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Alpine Investors Overview

Alpine Investors is a people-driven private equity firm that invests in software and services.


Growth Equity


North America

HQ Location

San Francisco, CA

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Key Value Builder Features1

  • Focused Digital Strategy
  • In-house Digital Expertise
  • Operational Improvement Strategy
  • Dedicated Operational Improvement Team

1. Key Value Builder Features are determined by the BuildRI research team based upon publicly-available information and input from 3rd parties, including the firm in certain circumstances.

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Radicle Health

Contributing Source: 2024 ESG Report

Radicle Health has proactively updated and tailored its software products to anticipate and comply with evolving regulatory requirements. This effort includes increasing personnel and resources dedicated to product enhancements. ASG’s Chief Technology Officer, Jeremy Jackson, collaborated closely with Radicle Health as a strategic partner in developing new initiatives aimed at ensuring product quality and security. Alyza Tarmohamed, Co-President of Radicle Health and CEO of Foothold Technology, emphasizes the critical importance of agility in regulatory readiness for their customer agencies, highlighting their commitment to supporting these essential services through ongoing investments in product development and customer support.


Contributing Source: 2023 Force for Good Report

Denver-based real estate software company, Homebot, prioritized DEI in 2022, setting three key goals: ensuring fair interviews, fostering inclusivity, and creating equitable promotion and performance evaluation processes. Homebot's efforts included comprehensive training for hiring managers on unbiased interview practices, using measurable attributes to evaluate candidates; the program received an NPS of 100 based on participant feedback. Partnering with LifeLabs Learning, they provided bias training and workshops to most of its workforce, emphasizing inclusivity. Homebot also revamped its promotion and performance evaluation timelines, focusing decision-making based on measurable outcomes. These initiatives led to an 18% representation of underrepresented races in the team, up from 13%, and a 43% female leadership team.

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