He remained with that product line when MIP was purchased by Sage Software in 2001 and stayed with that company until 2004. Hollrah had joined MIP in 1997 as VP of sales and marketing and took over the CEO spot six months later. He was president and CEO of Periscope Holdings, described as a public sector e-procurement and strategic sourcing solutions company, from 2004 through 2007 and was then president of NFP reseller JMT Consulting Group from 2007 through 2011. He joined Orange Leap in 2012.Last modified on Friday, 14 November 2014
HOLLRAH JOINS INTAACT Featured
Kent Hollrah, a veteran of the nonprofit software market, has joined cloud vendor Intacct to lead its NFP program. Hollrah had been president of Orange Leap, which makes software to manage donor and constituent relationships with nonprofits. "This is the fastest-growing part of Intacct's business," he said during this week's Intacct Advantage conference in Orlando, Fla. Hollrah was CEO with the former Micro Information Products, which marketed the MIP line now owned by Abila.