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Adam Edmunds formed SilentWhistle in 2005 after graduating with a master’s in accounting from Brigham Young University.

He merged it with Allegiance Technologies, a company founded in 2000 by BYU marketing professor Gary Rhoads to track and manage customer and employee feedback.

The company now has about 85 employees.

Expected revenues are about $20 million this year.

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