Polen Heads to the Cloud: Polen Capital's Andrew Powers

When Polen Capital decided to move to the cloud, it needed a new IT director to guide the implementation.

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Andrew Powers, director of IT, Polen Capital, outside the firm's new offices in Boston.

“I guess I’m not quite used to cities like this,” Andrew Powers, director of IT at Polen Capital and a lifelong South Floridian says, watching the cars scream past as the Tuesday afternoon traffic by Boston’s Copley Square begins to swell, like a rush of blood to the head. 

He is in Boston to oversee the development of Polen’s new office, which will eventually house the firm’s new small-cap growth team. The launch is the latest in a string of new funds from the asset manager, which has

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