Dan IlisevichChief Financial & Administration Officer
Mr. Ilisevich joined Unison (formerly Compusearch Software Systems) as Chief Financial and Administrative Officer in 2006 and has over 25 years of financial and operating experience in software and IT services.
Mr. Ilisevich provides executive leadership in the areas of corporate strategy and development, capital acquisition and deployment, and the evaluation and launch of new business initiatives to drive growth. He also oversees all the traditional back-office functions of accounting, legal, compliance, and human resources. Following five years of growth and value creation, Mr. Ilisevich helped to orchestrate the successful sale of Unison (at that time, Compusearch) to Arlington Capital Partners and JMI Equity in 2010.
Prior to joining Unison, Mr. Ilisevich served as the founding CFO at Mantas, Inc., a private equity backed firm headquartered in Northern Virginia with operating locations in New York, London, Singapore and New Delhi. Mantas provided anti-money laundering and stock-trading compliance solutions to the global financial services industry, and was acquired by Oracle in 2006. Previous positions included CFO and Director of Operations at Kodak Legal Systems. Mr. Ilisevich started his career at SRA International where he served in multiple roles, including Director of Army and C3I Programs, Vice President and General Manager of the Telecom Industry Practice, and Vice President and Managing Director for Operations, Finance and Administration of the Commercial Sector.
More recently, Mr. Ilisevich served on the board of directors and as a member of the transition executive team at Command Information, a software development and engineering firm providing cyber security and transportation management solutions to US defense clients and the telecom industry. Formed in 2006, with financial backing from the Carlyle Group, Novak Biddle and Paladin Capital Management was sold to Salient Federal Solutions in 2011.
Mr. Ilisevich is an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University where he teaches a course in financial analysis and decision making to graduate students in the Volgenau School of Engineering.