Jim Denny is the Founder, President and CEO of Navicure®. He is responsible for Navicure's® corporate development and strategy with an emphasis on revenue growth, product development, and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Denny has more than twenty years of leadership experience in the healthcare technology industry. Before founding Navicure® in 2000, he held a variety of senior management positions with NDCHealth’s Provider Healthcare Transaction Group. Most significantly, Mr. Denny was responsible for a business unit that supported 30,000 healthcare providers and processed more than 70 million transactions annually. During his six year tenure, he led this unit to profitability for the first time in its operating history.
Prior to NDC, Mr. Denny was with PepsiCo’s Pizza Hut division, where he oversaw operations for the Southeast Atlanta market. He also held various sales and marketing roles with National Reference Laboratories and Bio-Analytical Technologies.
Mr. Denny graduated from St. Lawrence University with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature. He holds a M.B.A. degree from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School with a concentration in Finance and Marketing.
Mr. Gordon joined Bain Capital in 1997. Prior to joining Bain Capital, he was a consultant at Bain & Company.
Mr. Gordon received an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar and graduated magna cum laude with an AB in Economics from Harvard College.
Mr. Humphrey joined Bain Capital in 2001. Prior to joining Bain Capital, he was an investment banker in Lehman Brothers’ mergers & acquisitions group.
Mr. Humphrey received an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar and a Henry Ford II Scholar. He graduated cum laude with an AB in economics from Harvard College.
Mr. Spring joined Bain Capital in 2005. Prior to joining Bain Capital, he was an investment banker at Morgan Stanley.
Mr. Spring received an MBA from Harvard Business School. He graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Economics (Honors) from Williams College.