SOURCE: Technology Investment Capital Corp.

July 05, 2005 08:00 ET

TICC Announces $13.5 Million Transaction With a Portfolio Company of Accretive Technology Partners, LLC

GREENWICH, CT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 5, 2005 -- Technology Investment Capital Corp. (NASDAQ: TICC) announced today that it has completed a $13.5 million investment in senior secured notes with warrants to support the acquisition of a company in the virtual workforce sector by Accretive Technology Partners, LLC. That company provides enterprise clients with an on-demand pool of highly skilled agents, using newly developed technology and process expertise to recruit, train, and manage agents in a fully virtual environment.

About Accretive Technology Partners

Accretive Technology Partners, LLC is a leading private investment firm focused on creating category-dominating companies in selected information technology markets. The firm seeks to invest in technology-enabled service businesses with core value propositions that fundamentally change their industries. Accretive is highly research-driven and emphasizes its close partnership with the management teams who lead its portfolio companies. In addition to traditional equity investments, the firm's Principals have designed and seed-financed new businesses to capitalize on unique market opportunities. Visit for more information.

About Technology Investment Capital Corp.

We are a publicly traded business development company principally engaged in providing capital to small to mid-size technology-related companies. While the structures of our financings vary, we look to invest primarily in the debt and equity of established technology-related businesses. Companies interested in learning more about financing opportunities should contact Barry Osherow at (203) 661-9572 or visit our website at

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