Castile Ventures

Castile Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in seed, early, and expansion stage investments. The firm typically invests in the technology sector with a focus on communications, software, and IT infrastructure sectors. Within these sectors, it typically invests in companies engaged in information processing systems; intelligent appliances; IT services; network infrastructure for telcos, cable companies, and other service providers; communications components and subsystems; enterprise and consumer networking, network management, and IT service provider; Internet and e-business infrastructure and enabling applications; rules engines and analytics software; application and service delivery platforms; data center and IT infrastructure including server, storage, and interconnect solutions; application, systems, and storage management; network, application, and information security; software components and middleware; design, development, and migration solutions; optical, electronic, opto-electronic components and subsystems; Internet commerce; digital media; wired and wireless communications technologies and services; advanced mobility solutions; next generation video delivery; and advanced computing and components and subsystems. The firm invests in companies located in the United States and Canada. It typically makes an initial investment of up to $5 million dollars and invests between $5 million and $10 million through the life of each portfolio investment. The firm primarily invests in companies with potential to become a public company or attractive acquisition within a period of three to seven years. It also seeks syndicate of investors and prefers to lead or co-lead the investment. The firm prefers to take a board seat on its portfolio companies. Castile Ventures was founded in 1998 and is based in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Skip Besthoff

General Partner

David J. Duval

Advisor

Nina F. Saberi

President

58 past transactions

RetailExchange

Venture Round in 2000
RetailExchange.com, Inc., an online business-to-business marketplace, provides offline and online excess inventory solutions.

RetailExchange

Venture Round in 2004
RetailExchange.com, Inc., an online business-to-business marketplace, provides offline and online excess inventory solutions.

NetDevices

Series B in 2005
As of May 24, 2007, NetDevices, Inc. was acquired by Alcatel-Lucent. NetDevices, Inc. provides networking solutions for the finance, retail, manufacturing, and health care industries. NetDevices was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

GeoTrust Europe

Series B in 2000
GeoTrust, Inc., an online security services company, provides digital certificates for secure online transactions and business over the Internet in the Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe. The company's products include SSL certificates that offer extended validation, full organization validation, or domain authentication; signing products, which bind people with electronic documents or code through digital signatures for the trusted exchange of information and applications; and SSL for the enterprise that creates a secure channel between servers and users. It offers retail, developer, ISP and Web host, education, financial services, healthcare, and government solutions. In addition, the company provides retail and reseller services for SSL encryption, and Website authentication, digital signatures, code signing, secure email, and enterprise SSL products. It has strategic partnerships with 1&1 Internet, Ltd.; Tucows, Inc.; The Planet; eNom; Secure128; IPOWERWEB; Alabanza; Digital River; Intermedia.NET; Hostway; OLM, LLC; SAVVIS, Inc.; Trustico; and GlobeHosting.com. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Watertown, Massachusetts. As of September 1, 2006, GeoTrust, Inc. was a subsidiary of VeriSign, Inc. As of August 9, 2010, GeoTrust, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation.

Funambol, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Funambol, Inc. provides white-label cloud solutions to mobile operators and other service providers. The company offers personal cloud solutions that include OneMediaHub, which stores user content in their cloud; and business cloud solutions that include OneBizHub, which enables providers to offer a cloud file sync and share service for SMBs. It also provides OneSafetyHub, a white-label safety cloud service that includes location tracking and emergency alerting for family security; Internet of Things services; and OneSIMHub, a white-label cloud service for SIM users to upgrade path to smartphones. Funambol, Inc. was formerly known as Sync4j and changed its name to Funambol, Inc. in October 2003. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Foster City, California.

GeoTrust Europe

Series D in 2002
GeoTrust, Inc., an online security services company, provides digital certificates for secure online transactions and business over the Internet in the Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe. The company's products include SSL certificates that offer extended validation, full organization validation, or domain authentication; signing products, which bind people with electronic documents or code through digital signatures for the trusted exchange of information and applications; and SSL for the enterprise that creates a secure channel between servers and users. It offers retail, developer, ISP and Web host, education, financial services, healthcare, and government solutions. In addition, the company provides retail and reseller services for SSL encryption, and Website authentication, digital signatures, code signing, secure email, and enterprise SSL products. It has strategic partnerships with 1&1 Internet, Ltd.; Tucows, Inc.; The Planet; eNom; Secure128; IPOWERWEB; Alabanza; Digital River; Intermedia.NET; Hostway; OLM, LLC; SAVVIS, Inc.; Trustico; and GlobeHosting.com. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Watertown, Massachusetts. As of September 1, 2006, GeoTrust, Inc. was a subsidiary of VeriSign, Inc. As of August 9, 2010, GeoTrust, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation.

Eightfold Logic

Series B in 2009
Eightfold Logic (formerly Enquisite) is an inbound marketing innovator. Eightfold Logic's patented inbound marketing platform revolutionizes demand generation efforts by improving website findability for qualified buyers through search engine, social media, and cross-link optimization. The Eightfold Logic approach brings clarity to businesses around how their websites are performing today and simplifies marketing efforts to identify, prioritize and manage inbound marketing campaign opportunities to improve qualified website traffic. Eightfold Logic is a privately-held, San Francisco-based company and is venture backed by Rho Canada Ventures, Castile Ventures, Formative Ventures, Retro Venture Partners and The Entrepreneurs' Fund III.

Health Guru Media Inc.

Series C in 2009
Healthguru.com is the destination site for health video on the web with 99 million views per month (comScore Video Metrix, August). Our unique approach to health education was developed specifically for the video audience and is differentiated in three key ways: - Category Focus: Healthguru.com focuses on the health topics that matter most to today's audience, including: diet and fitness, mental & emotional health, sexual health, pregnancy, baby health, drugs & alcohol, as well as information on more than 125 different health conditions. - Medium: The modern health consumer seeks out an immersive, rich media experience on the web, and video has proven to be a more engaging medium. Healthguru.com has the largest health video library online, and interactive applications to offer our audience the experience it expects. - Editorial Approach: World-class information providers know that creating truly engaging content is the way to ensure that information becomes learning. That's why Healthguru.com is dedicated to making our content as interesting and, when relevant, entertaining, as it is useful. All Healthguru.com content is created or selected by our editorial team and is rigorously reviewed for medical accuracy, objectivity and balance. While we do accept advertising on our site and may distribute content via third party sites, Healthguru.com does not endorse products, services or companies.

Sandbridge Technologies

Series A in 2002
Sandbridge Technologies Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company that develops and markets revolutionary fully programmable software-defined-radio (SDR) chipsets for multimode, multi-function wireless handheld devices. Sandbridge provides its customers tremendous competitive value in the global cellular marketplace through an exceptionally cost effective, ultra-low power broadband wireless technology based on the SandBlaster™ DSP baseband architecture.

Ahura Scientific

Series B in 2007
Ahura Scientific Inc. develops rugged, ultra-compact, field-enabled optical systems for the immediate identification and authentication of liquid and solid chemical substances. Customers include agencies and companies in the homeland security, life sciences, industrial and medical markets. Manufactured in the USA in an ISO 9001-certified facility, the company's products offer exceptional portability and unparalleled performance.

GeoTrust Europe

Series C in 2002
GeoTrust, Inc., an online security services company, provides digital certificates for secure online transactions and business over the Internet in the Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe. The company's products include SSL certificates that offer extended validation, full organization validation, or domain authentication; signing products, which bind people with electronic documents or code through digital signatures for the trusted exchange of information and applications; and SSL for the enterprise that creates a secure channel between servers and users. It offers retail, developer, ISP and Web host, education, financial services, healthcare, and government solutions. In addition, the company provides retail and reseller services for SSL encryption, and Website authentication, digital signatures, code signing, secure email, and enterprise SSL products. It has strategic partnerships with 1&1 Internet, Ltd.; Tucows, Inc.; The Planet; eNom; Secure128; IPOWERWEB; Alabanza; Digital River; Intermedia.NET; Hostway; OLM, LLC; SAVVIS, Inc.; Trustico; and GlobeHosting.com. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Watertown, Massachusetts. As of September 1, 2006, GeoTrust, Inc. was a subsidiary of VeriSign, Inc. As of August 9, 2010, GeoTrust, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation.

Health Guru Media Inc.

Series A in 2007
Healthguru.com is the destination site for health video on the web with 99 million views per month (comScore Video Metrix, August). Our unique approach to health education was developed specifically for the video audience and is differentiated in three key ways: - Category Focus: Healthguru.com focuses on the health topics that matter most to today's audience, including: diet and fitness, mental & emotional health, sexual health, pregnancy, baby health, drugs & alcohol, as well as information on more than 125 different health conditions. - Medium: The modern health consumer seeks out an immersive, rich media experience on the web, and video has proven to be a more engaging medium. Healthguru.com has the largest health video library online, and interactive applications to offer our audience the experience it expects. - Editorial Approach: World-class information providers know that creating truly engaging content is the way to ensure that information becomes learning. That's why Healthguru.com is dedicated to making our content as interesting and, when relevant, entertaining, as it is useful. All Healthguru.com content is created or selected by our editorial team and is rigorously reviewed for medical accuracy, objectivity and balance. While we do accept advertising on our site and may distribute content via third party sites, Healthguru.com does not endorse products, services or companies.

Aurora Networks

Series B in 2001
Aurora develops optical transport equipment for HFC, or hybrid fiber coaxial cable networks, which are the networks of choice for cable TV operators.

PGP TrustCenter

Series A in 2007
ChosenSecurity, with its TC TrustCenter service, is a provider of On-Demand PKI (public key infrastructure) security services in the world, enabling a wide range of PKI-enabled security services for enterprise authentication, secure e-mail and digital signatures. ChosenSecurity delivers breakthrough economics and implementation speed to the Enterprise; up to 70% less than in-house implementations, 50% less than traditional managed services, and can be implemented in just a few weeks. Unlike traditional PKI implementations, ChosenSecurity is the world's first PKI that can be deployed across multiple clients in a web-based Security as a Service model, enabling any sized enterprise to achieve PKI security in a few weeks with no capital costs, hardware, software or network changes.

Connotate

Series B in 2016
Connotate transforms web data and content into high-value information assets -- to feed content products, grow market and business intelligence, enable mass data aggregation, migration and integration. Connotate's patented intelligent Agent technology empowers both business users and programmers to quickly create data sets, new applications and content products. With Connotate, customers experience productivity gains, reduced costs, mitigated risks, more informed decision-making and strategic & competitive advantages.

NEAH Power Systems

Venture Round in 2004
Neah Power was founded in 1999, but CTO/founder Leroy Ohlsen had been thinking about alternative energy for years. Inspired by a Discovery Channel science program on fuel cells and their potential, Leroy began to read and absorb the history and the science of fuel cells. Upon completing his chemistry degree from the University of Washington, he decided, along with fellow founder Michael Fabian, to start a company to pursue his dream of a superior, longer-lasting energy source.

Network Intelligence

Series C in 2005
Network Intelligence Corporation provides security information and event management solutions. Its products include enVision that collects and protects data, as well as provides security and compliance analysis, and reporting and alerting solutions; Intelligence Engine software/hardware network security appliances for security information and event management market; and LogSmart Internet Protocol Database, which provides architecture to collect and protect the data from various Internet protocol devices. The company's strategic partners include Microsoft; NetworkAppliance; IBM; EMC2; EDS; Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd.; and Juniper Networks. Network Intelligence Corporation was formerly known as OpenSystems.com, Inc. and changed its name to Network Intelligence Corporation. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Westwood, Massachusetts. It also has offices in Rancho Santa Margarita, California; Chicago, Illinois; Alpharetta, Georgia; Seabrook, Texas; Arlington, Virginia; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Paris, France; and London.

SilverStorm Technologies

Series A in 2005
SilverStorm Technologies provides networking and clustered interconnect solutions for high performance business computing markets. It designs and manufactures an InfiniBand based set of solutions for the performance and I/O requirements of data center environments that utilize clustered topologies. The company markets its products through direct sales, and channel and technology partners globally. SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. was founded as InfiniCon Systems, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. in 2005. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As of November 01, 2006, SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of QLogic Corp.

Ahura Scientific

Series B in 2005
Ahura Scientific Inc. develops rugged, ultra-compact, field-enabled optical systems for the immediate identification and authentication of liquid and solid chemical substances. Customers include agencies and companies in the homeland security, life sciences, industrial and medical markets. Manufactured in the USA in an ISO 9001-certified facility, the company's products offer exceptional portability and unparalleled performance.

Blooma

Seed Round in 2019
Blooma is a simple and cost effective loan origination platform that delivers data-driven intelligent asset scoring and deal pipeline insights to speed your loan processing decisions. With AI automation, configurable workflows and risk settings, you have the power to make the right lending decisions at scale.

Tetragenetics

Venture Round in 2009
Tetragenetics, Inc. is an early-stage biotechnology company meeting the needs of customers who seek a cost-effective alternative platform technology for the production of genetically engineered proteins. Their technology is particularly well suited to the production of eucaryotic membrane and secretory proteins that are difficult to express in conventional systems. Such proteins include vaccine antigens, monoclonal antibodies, and a variety of therapeutic proteins for the treatment and prevention of human and animal disease.

Trapeze Networks

Series C in 2005
NonStop Wireless Trapeze solutions provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, security and management for today's most demanding mobile applications, including data, voice, video, and real-time location services. Trapeze is committed to delivering the most scalable, fault-tolerant WLAN infrastructure and solutions for the enterprise market.

SilverStorm Technologies

Series B in 2006
SilverStorm Technologies provides networking and clustered interconnect solutions for high performance business computing markets. It designs and manufactures an InfiniBand based set of solutions for the performance and I/O requirements of data center environments that utilize clustered topologies. The company markets its products through direct sales, and channel and technology partners globally. SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. was founded as InfiniCon Systems, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. in 2005. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As of November 01, 2006, SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of QLogic Corp.

VisibleGains Inc.

Series C in 2007
VisibleGains Inc. develops applications that help businesses communicating with their customers. The company also provides Postwire, an application that enables users to collect and share videos, photos, Web links, and documents on private pages; and integrates with marketing automation platforms. VisibleGains Inc. was formerly known as PermissionTV, Inc. and changed its name to VisibleGains Inc. in October 2009. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.

PGP TrustCenter

Venture Round in 2008
ChosenSecurity, with its TC TrustCenter service, is a provider of On-Demand PKI (public key infrastructure) security services in the world, enabling a wide range of PKI-enabled security services for enterprise authentication, secure e-mail and digital signatures. ChosenSecurity delivers breakthrough economics and implementation speed to the Enterprise; up to 70% less than in-house implementations, 50% less than traditional managed services, and can be implemented in just a few weeks. Unlike traditional PKI implementations, ChosenSecurity is the world's first PKI that can be deployed across multiple clients in a web-based Security as a Service model, enabling any sized enterprise to achieve PKI security in a few weeks with no capital costs, hardware, software or network changes.

BNI Video

Venture Round in 2010
BNI Video is a software company backed by industry leaders Cisco, Comcast Interactive Capital, and Time Warner Cable, as well as investors Castile Ventures and Charles River Ventures. Since its founding in 2009, BNI has been dedicated to developing the tools and services that video service providers (VSPs) in the cable, telecommunications and wireless industries need to compete in an increasingly on-demand world. BNI’s unique technology platform allows VSPs to easily incorporate social networking, search, and other next-generation applications into their offerings and deliver them to any end point more easily, quickly and reliably than ever before, resulting in reduced operational costs and complexity, expanded monetization opportunities, and more compelling consumer viewing experiences.

Eightfold Logic

Venture Round in 2010
Eightfold Logic (formerly Enquisite) is an inbound marketing innovator. Eightfold Logic's patented inbound marketing platform revolutionizes demand generation efforts by improving website findability for qualified buyers through search engine, social media, and cross-link optimization. The Eightfold Logic approach brings clarity to businesses around how their websites are performing today and simplifies marketing efforts to identify, prioritize and manage inbound marketing campaign opportunities to improve qualified website traffic. Eightfold Logic is a privately-held, San Francisco-based company and is venture backed by Rho Canada Ventures, Castile Ventures, Formative Ventures, Retro Venture Partners and The Entrepreneurs' Fund III.

Sonus Networks

Venture Round in 1999
Sonus delivers SIP based communications and SBC solutions to enterprises and service providers across the globe enabling Unified Communications in the Cloud. "Name change to Ribbon Communications".

Trapeze Networks

Series D in 2006
NonStop Wireless Trapeze solutions provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, security and management for today's most demanding mobile applications, including data, voice, video, and real-time location services. Trapeze is committed to delivering the most scalable, fault-tolerant WLAN infrastructure and solutions for the enterprise market.

Ahura Scientific

Series A in 2002
Ahura Scientific Inc. develops rugged, ultra-compact, field-enabled optical systems for the immediate identification and authentication of liquid and solid chemical substances. Customers include agencies and companies in the homeland security, life sciences, industrial and medical markets. Manufactured in the USA in an ISO 9001-certified facility, the company's products offer exceptional portability and unparalleled performance.

PhotonEx

Series C in 2001
Photonex is the UK's showcase event dedicated to photonics and light technologies.
Whaleback’s optimized cloud-based managed communication services have helped small and medium enterprises in all industries streamline communications and improve workforce productivity while saving valuable time, resources and money. They deliver business class communication and collaboration to businesses that need a robust, mobile, and easy-to-use solution.See how businesses like yours have used Whaleback to improve communication and collaboration, deliver exceptional customer service, cut costs, and increase productivity.

ASPEED Software

Venture Round in 2004
ASPEED Software accelerates applications in multi-core, multi-CPU, cluster, and grid computing environments.

ByAllAccounts

Series B in 2010
ByAllAccounts, Inc. enables the automated gathering of financial account data from thousands financial institutions for import directly into Portfolio Management and Trust Accounting Systems. Their patent pending technology analyzes, augments, and delivers data for even the most sophisticated holistic wealth management practice and enables efficient and timely account reconciliation, performance analysis and consolidated reporting. ByAllAccounts, Inc. serves more than 300 clients having a full range of managed and "held-away" accounts, including retirement, banking, brokerage, trust, hedge fund, limited partnerships, private equity, annuity, and more.

Nanomedical Diagnostics

Venture Round in 2015
Nanomed is a provider of graphene biosensor products used in life science research, drug discovery, and diagnostics, and health-monitoring. They provide fast and affordable tools for small molecule drug discovery. They have developed a breakthrough electrical assay based on proprietary Field Effect Biosensing (FEB) technology that detects molecular interactions. This technology employs a unique graphene biosensor to enable label-free, highly sensitive binding studies of small molecules to proteins. With a wide dynamic range, small sample requirements, and minimal signal contributions from common solvents and detergents, their technology complements existing technology and accelerates small molecule drug discovery. As the world’s leading mass-manufacturer of next-generation graphene biosensors, their mission is to transform the healthcare industry with innovative new products that accelerate cutting-edge life science and drug discovery research. It was founded in 2013 and is based in San Diego, California.

Trapeze Networks

Series C in 2005
NonStop Wireless Trapeze solutions provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, security and management for today's most demanding mobile applications, including data, voice, video, and real-time location services. Trapeze is committed to delivering the most scalable, fault-tolerant WLAN infrastructure and solutions for the enterprise market.

Agiliance

Venture Round in 2012
Agiliance is arming today's businesses and government agencies with the innovative, intelligence-based solutions they need to maximize IT budgets while remaining proactive in an environment of economic instability and increased regulation.

Equip Health

Seed Round in 2019
Equip is a virtual program helping families recover from eating disorders at home with comprehensive, gold-standard care created by experts in the field and people in recovery. Equip’s five person care teams include dieticians, physicians, therapists, and mentors who deliver wrap-around support to provide families progress and lasting recovery. Kristina Saffran and Erin Parks co-founded the company in San Diego, California in 2019.

Optiant

Series B in 2003
Optiant, Inc. provides supply chain network design, inventory optimization, and supply chain business intelligence solutions. It offers PowerChain Network Design that enables network optimization through analysis of time, geography, costs, and capacities; PowerChain Inventory, a multi-echelon inventory management and optimization tool that enables manufacturers to determine inventory strategies and policies; and PowerChain Planner, a policy management tool that enables corporate planners to set stock targets in response to demand fluctuations. The company serves consumer products, life sciences, high tech and electronics, and chemical industries. Optiant, Inc. was founded as SupplyChange, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to Optiant, Inc. in February 2001. The company is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. As of March 22, 2010, Optiant, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Logility, Inc.

Eightfold Logic

Series C in 2011
Eightfold Logic (formerly Enquisite) is an inbound marketing innovator. Eightfold Logic's patented inbound marketing platform revolutionizes demand generation efforts by improving website findability for qualified buyers through search engine, social media, and cross-link optimization. The Eightfold Logic approach brings clarity to businesses around how their websites are performing today and simplifies marketing efforts to identify, prioritize and manage inbound marketing campaign opportunities to improve qualified website traffic. Eightfold Logic is a privately-held, San Francisco-based company and is venture backed by Rho Canada Ventures, Castile Ventures, Formative Ventures, Retro Venture Partners and The Entrepreneurs' Fund III.

Agiliance

Series B in 2008
Agiliance is arming today's businesses and government agencies with the innovative, intelligence-based solutions they need to maximize IT budgets while remaining proactive in an environment of economic instability and increased regulation.

Agito Networks

Series B in 2008
Agito Networks, Inc. is the award-winning technology leader in the enterprise mobility space. Its product, the RoamAnywhere™ Mobility Router™, is an innovative enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC) platform enabling enterprises to extend voice and Unified Communications to cell phones. RoamAnywhere is the first and only network appliance that fuses enterprise wireless LANs, carrier cellular networks, IP telephony and location technology to mobilize voice and data applications, while remaining agnostic to customers’ choices of carrier and equipment vendors. Agito Networks enables low-cost in-building voice coverage, reduced cellular costs, improved enterprise visibility and control over cellular usage, and better accessibility and responsiveness for mobile workers. A Red Herring 100 winner, Agito was named a Coolest Emerging Technology Vendor for 2008 by CRN, as well as a Top Innovator by VON Magazine. The Company’s RoamAnywhere has received numerous industry awards as wel, including earning CTIA Emerging Technology and eWEEK Excellence awards, and receiving Product of the Year honors from Unified Communications and Internet Telephony magazines. CTO Timothy Olson was also named one of the Best CTOs of 2008 by InfoWorld. Founded and led by industry experts in the areas of WiFi, cellular, telephony and mobile operating systems, Agito Networks is delivering its innovative, patent-pending solution to enterprises in a variety of markets, including healthcare, education, manufacturing and high tech. Agito Networks’ RoamAnywhere represents the next generation of enterprise mobility products for enterprises seeking the promise of improved productivity and cost savings from enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC). Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., Agito Networks is well funded with approximately $20 million in investment from Battery Ventures, Castile Ventures and ITX International Holdings, Inc.

Funambol, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Funambol, Inc. provides white-label cloud solutions to mobile operators and other service providers. The company offers personal cloud solutions that include OneMediaHub, which stores user content in their cloud; and business cloud solutions that include OneBizHub, which enables providers to offer a cloud file sync and share service for SMBs. It also provides OneSafetyHub, a white-label safety cloud service that includes location tracking and emergency alerting for family security; Internet of Things services; and OneSIMHub, a white-label cloud service for SIM users to upgrade path to smartphones. Funambol, Inc. was formerly known as Sync4j and changed its name to Funambol, Inc. in October 2003. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Foster City, California.

Health Guru Media Inc.

Series D in 2011
Healthguru.com is the destination site for health video on the web with 99 million views per month (comScore Video Metrix, August). Our unique approach to health education was developed specifically for the video audience and is differentiated in three key ways: - Category Focus: Healthguru.com focuses on the health topics that matter most to today's audience, including: diet and fitness, mental & emotional health, sexual health, pregnancy, baby health, drugs & alcohol, as well as information on more than 125 different health conditions. - Medium: The modern health consumer seeks out an immersive, rich media experience on the web, and video has proven to be a more engaging medium. Healthguru.com has the largest health video library online, and interactive applications to offer our audience the experience it expects. - Editorial Approach: World-class information providers know that creating truly engaging content is the way to ensure that information becomes learning. That's why Healthguru.com is dedicated to making our content as interesting and, when relevant, entertaining, as it is useful. All Healthguru.com content is created or selected by our editorial team and is rigorously reviewed for medical accuracy, objectivity and balance. While we do accept advertising on our site and may distribute content via third party sites, Healthguru.com does not endorse products, services or companies.

VisibleGains Inc.

Venture Round in 2009
VisibleGains Inc. develops applications that help businesses communicating with their customers. The company also provides Postwire, an application that enables users to collect and share videos, photos, Web links, and documents on private pages; and integrates with marketing automation platforms. VisibleGains Inc. was formerly known as PermissionTV, Inc. and changed its name to VisibleGains Inc. in October 2009. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Agiliance

Private Equity Round in 2012
Agiliance is arming today's businesses and government agencies with the innovative, intelligence-based solutions they need to maximize IT budgets while remaining proactive in an environment of economic instability and increased regulation.

Quantiva

Venture Round in 2001
Quantiva, Inc. is an innovative company taking a bold, new approach to Web transaction management.

Optiant

Series B in 2003
Optiant, Inc. provides supply chain network design, inventory optimization, and supply chain business intelligence solutions. It offers PowerChain Network Design that enables network optimization through analysis of time, geography, costs, and capacities; PowerChain Inventory, a multi-echelon inventory management and optimization tool that enables manufacturers to determine inventory strategies and policies; and PowerChain Planner, a policy management tool that enables corporate planners to set stock targets in response to demand fluctuations. The company serves consumer products, life sciences, high tech and electronics, and chemical industries. Optiant, Inc. was founded as SupplyChange, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to Optiant, Inc. in February 2001. The company is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. As of March 22, 2010, Optiant, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Logility, Inc.

PhotonEx Corp

Series B in 2000
PhotonEx Corp is an optical networking equipment manufacturer.

Eightfold Logic

Series D in 2012
Eightfold Logic (formerly Enquisite) is an inbound marketing innovator. Eightfold Logic's patented inbound marketing platform revolutionizes demand generation efforts by improving website findability for qualified buyers through search engine, social media, and cross-link optimization. The Eightfold Logic approach brings clarity to businesses around how their websites are performing today and simplifies marketing efforts to identify, prioritize and manage inbound marketing campaign opportunities to improve qualified website traffic. Eightfold Logic is a privately-held, San Francisco-based company and is venture backed by Rho Canada Ventures, Castile Ventures, Formative Ventures, Retro Venture Partners and The Entrepreneurs' Fund III.

Brix Networks

Series E in 2005
Brix Networks is a developer and marketer of real-time service assurance and performance management solutions that verify the quality of advanced, Internet Protocol-based services, such as VoIP, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), video, and Web-hosted business applications.

Brix Networks

Venture Round in 2007
Brix Networks is a developer and marketer of real-time service assurance and performance management solutions that verify the quality of advanced, Internet Protocol-based services, such as VoIP, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), video, and Web-hosted business applications.

PermissionTV

Series C in 2007
PermissionTV provides a flexible online video platform for brand marketers and advertisers, media companies and publishers, as well as their agencies, content producers and technology providers. This platform helps organizations leverage the power of online video to achieve their marketing objectives through the creation and management of customizable experiences. PermissionTV’s online video tools help customers such as Activision, Adobe, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Harvard Business Publishing and Intercontinental Hotels capture new audiences, enhance relationships, maximize customer value and generate revenue. Competitors include [Brightcove](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/brightcove), [Mogulus](http://www.techcrunch.com/tag/mogulus/) and [Limelight](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/limelight).

Aurora Networks

Series B in 2002
Aurora develops optical transport equipment for HFC, or hybrid fiber coaxial cable networks, which are the networks of choice for cable TV operators.

Stargus

Venture Round in 2001
Stargus was founded in June 2000 with the goal of addressing the need for comprehensive network and service management solutions specifically designed for cable broadband networks. The company built a leadership team with deep industry and technology experience, including executives with network and operational experience at major cable operators, several of the key architects of the DOCSIS™ standards, along with software executives with proven abilities in building, delivering and supporting systems for large enterprise and service provider networks. Until now, cable operators' broadband network management needs have been served by simple, reactionary network tools that only provide a snapshot of activity for a limited number of subscribers or network devices. Stargus' CableEdge™ family of products represents the first intelligent network management and planning software specifically designed for DOCSIS infrastructure and IP services.

RatePoint

Series B in 2009
RatePoint, Inc., the leading provider of customer feedback services, helps businesses protect and build their online reputation allowing businesses to harness the power of credible customer feedback and leverage it into a sales, marketing and customer service asset. RatePoint's easy-to-use, web-based communication services include feedback tools, survey and dispute resolution capabilities to provide small- and medium-sized businesses with the ability to collect, manage and promote customer feedback directly on their website and across the web.

RatePoint

Series C in 2010
RatePoint, Inc., the leading provider of customer feedback services, helps businesses protect and build their online reputation allowing businesses to harness the power of credible customer feedback and leverage it into a sales, marketing and customer service asset. RatePoint's easy-to-use, web-based communication services include feedback tools, survey and dispute resolution capabilities to provide small- and medium-sized businesses with the ability to collect, manage and promote customer feedback directly on their website and across the web.