CEO of ANCILE Solutions Named Maryland Finalist for 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year®

June 19, 2013
by Jim Jarrett

Frank Lonergan Recognized for Championing Next Generation Learning and Performance Strategies

ELKRIDGE, Md., June 19, 2013 — ANCILE Solutions, Inc., a global provider of best-in-class learning and performance software solutions to more than half of the Fortune 100, announced today that CEO Frank Lonergan has been named a finalist for the 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award in Maryland.The regional award recognizes entrepreneurs for their extraordinary success in innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Finalists automatically qualify and compete for the national Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® award.

Lonergan’s career began as a social studies teacher more than 30 years ago and his passion for learning guided him to subsequent occupations as a technical writer, software sales professional, and head of Business Development for the SAP North American Education business. Lonergan was appointed CEO of ANCILE Solutions at its inception in 2010 and, in only three years, the organization has become a leading provider of learning and performance software solutions to the largest companies in the world.

“Being recognized by Ernst & Young is an incredible honor, but this is more of a testament to the hard work everyone in our organization does every day to grow our company,” said ANCILE CEO Frank Lonergan.

ANCILE specializes in comprehensive performance support software that enables organizations to rapidly create and deliver learning content and, as a result, maximize user adoption of new business applications. The company’s products, including ANCILE uPerform™, ANCILE uPerform™ Express, and ANCILE uAlign™ help companies to think holistically about their approach to learning and corporate communications, which benefits both productivity efficiencies and the bottom line.

“Our software increases productivity and proficiency and maximizes our customers’ most valuable asset – their employees,” continued Lonergan. “I am proud of the work we have done in such a short time and am looking forward to the great advances our organization will continue to make moving forward.”

The 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award in Maryland will be announced on June 26.

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