In RiNo, Lawgical
is adding five employees to its staff of 20. The positions will primarily be in marketing, A/V production and communications.
Founded in 2004 by CTO Trent Carlyle and CEO Adam Camras, Lawgical began as a California-based directory of bail bonds agents, AboutBail.com
"We really got started in the directory space with bail bonds agents and offices, process servers and private investigators," says Carlyle. "Hopefully you never need these services, but if you do at least you have a trusted place to go to find a trusted professional."
Lawgical relocated to Denver in late 2005 with four employees. Today the company's footprint has expanded into blog publishing, video and podcast production, software and web development for the same niches -- 2,000 clients in all.
Software includes ServeManager, which Carlyle describes as "CRM for process servers." The company publishes a blog for the bail industry, Collateral Magazine, and acquired the Legal Talk Network
in January and is beginning to produce videos and podcasts in Denver.
"We've grown like crazy over the years," says Carlyle. "We like to say that we're always in startup mode. We're always looking for the next exciting thing that will help us grow."
The one thing Carlyle and company aren't looking for is investment capital. "We don't have any investors and we're for the most part debt-free," he says.
Lawgical bought an old factory in RiNo as its offices in October 2012. "We've always been flying under the radar," says Carlyle. "This space allows us to get involved in the community even if we serve a very niche market."
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