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Andy Nunemaker's Dynamis Software sold to Illinois company

bizjournals Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Dynamis Software Corp., a West Allis tech company that makes software for employee benefits agents in the U.S., has been acquired by Applied Systems Inc., a global company based in Illinois that provides automated and cloud-based insurance software. Milwaukee tech entrepreneur Andy Nunemaker launched Dynamis in 2012 and is the current CEO. Prior to starting Dynamis, Nunemaker was an executive at GE Healthcare and past CEO of EMSystems, a Milwaukee provider of emergency medical services software…
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