Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
Why didn’t Hyland Software go public way back in 2004?
At the time, the company gave a fairly simple explanation: It wasn’t going to get a good valuation due to stock market turbulence.
But last Tuesday, Aug. 15, while giving advice to a theater full of entrepreneurs at JumpStart’s third annual StartupScaleup conference, former CEO A.J. Hyland said he was also concerned about the company’s culture.
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Originally published August 20, 2017.