Peninsula Ventures

Peninsula Ventures invests in what matters. In great people, in passion, and in the consistency it takes to deliver solid returns year after year. We believe in success and we measure it by the companies we help build. At Peninsula Ventures, we believe in creativity, innovation, and the entrepreneurial spirit. Because the ones who matter most are the entrepreneurs whose ideas keep moving the world ahead.

Gregory (Greg) Ennis

MD

50 past transactions

The Dyrt

Series A in 2018
The Dyrt, Inc. owns and operates an online portal that provides information and ratings on campsites. It offers The Dyrt, an open community consumer subscription software platform that lets campers search, review, and book campgrounds in the United States. The company’s application is also available on App Store and Google Play. The Dyrt, Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

Claravine

Series A in 2020
Claravine enforces accurate, unified, rich tracking of campaigns and content across the enterprise. Their platform standardizes, governs, and connects data across every team, system, and channel. As a result, users will have richer insights, better experiences, and increased ROI from their marketing investments. Claravine released the first second-generation platform for Digital Experience Data Management in 2018. This platform expanded on the core data governance capability of Claravine, helping organizations better standardize, enrich, and connect marketing data across teams and channels.

SyncHR

Series A in 2017
SyncHR is HCM, redefined and simplified. SyncHR is the Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud-based technology leader streamlining Core HR, benefits, payroll and reporting in a single, enterprise-class application for mid-sized companies. Founded in 2010, the SyncHR team of industry veterans and visionaries has developed patented technology that saves time, increases productivity, and delivers a superior economic value by simplifying the complexity of HCM through one robust application. The company’s dedicated services and customer care teams deliver industry-leading implementation times, and the intuitive interface creates an enhanced user experience for employees and administrators. SyncHR has created a new reality in HCM by making centralized, interrelated data easy to access, correct, control, and analyze - anytime. Get started today, because no one should have to choose between affordability and premium functionality. www.syncHR.com

Axcient

Series B in 2010
[Axcient](http://www.axcient.com/) is an entirely new type of cloud platform that eliminates data loss, keeps applications up and running, and makes sure that IT infrastructures never go down. Designed for today's always-on business, Axcient replaces legacy backup, business continuity, and disaster recovery software and hardware, and reduces the amount of expensive copy data in an organization by as much as 80%. By mirroring an entire business in the cloud, Axcient makes it simple to access and restore data from any device, failover IT systems, and virtualize your entire office with a click - all from a single deduplicated copy. Trusted by thousands of businesses to store and protect more than 10 billion files and applications, Axcient maximizes productivity, reduces cost, and eliminates risk.

Axcient

Series C in 2011
[Axcient](http://www.axcient.com/) is an entirely new type of cloud platform that eliminates data loss, keeps applications up and running, and makes sure that IT infrastructures never go down. Designed for today's always-on business, Axcient replaces legacy backup, business continuity, and disaster recovery software and hardware, and reduces the amount of expensive copy data in an organization by as much as 80%. By mirroring an entire business in the cloud, Axcient makes it simple to access and restore data from any device, failover IT systems, and virtualize your entire office with a click - all from a single deduplicated copy. Trusted by thousands of businesses to store and protect more than 10 billion files and applications, Axcient maximizes productivity, reduces cost, and eliminates risk.

Redeam

Series A in 2018
Redeam is a five-time award-winning Boulder, CO-based global technology company that empowers the growth of tours, attractions, and activities so that more people can enjoy the world. By utilizing Redeam’s technology, operators can grow both revenue and their number of sales channels through advanced features like Redeam’s channel and yield management. Redeam also enables gate-ready scannable ticketing so operators can easily process mobile or paper vouchers and eliminate the costly, antiquated, time-consuming, and all-too-common practice of manually accepting, sorting and counting physical tickets—a practice that leads to lost revenue due to fraud, long lines, and negative online reviews. For its innovative solutions, Redeam has won such awards as the 2017 Phocuswright Award for Travel Innovation and 2018 Future Travel Experience Startup Competition Winner. The company works with hundreds of resellers and serves thousands of operators globally, including one of the world’s largest attraction theme parks, major event venues and boat tours, some of the world’s most-visited museums, and attractions like CitySightseeing/Gray Line New York, Boston Harbor Cruises, National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

Transcept Pharmaceuticals

Series D in 2007
Transcept Pharmaceuticals, Inc. uses its proprietary delivery system to enhance the penetration of drugs, significantly speeding their onset of action. Transcept is developing rapid-acting versions of several major market pharmaceuticals. Hamilton co-invested in the company's first institutional round of funding alongside Montreaux Equity Partners, Peninsula Equity Partners and Vivo Ventures. Investors in subsequent financing rounds include these firms, and New Leaf Venture Partners, Interwest Partners and New Enterprise Associates.
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions is a cyber security software company delivering deep visibility into the Internet threat landscape. Lookingglass helps organizations accurately and precisely anticipate and protect against targeted attacks by gathering, correlating, and analyzing threat information from within their own networks, supply chains and the rest of the Internet. The company’s core product, ScoutVision, leverages an open architecture, which provides source and sensor agnostic Internet threat visibility - to help users rapidly respond to enterprise network threats – often before they can impact operations.

Intelyt

Convertible Note in 2016
At Intelyt, they began by taken their decades of experience in building tracking and monitoring technology solutions for everything from satellites to special-forces deployments, and set about building solutions, with technologies engineered from the ground up, to help solve the challenges caused by lack of visibility of critical shipments and high-value assets. They began with building technologies that provide an unsurpassed ability to see what is happening with your products and assets, anywhere on the globe, with a level of detail that, until now, has not been commercially available. Their solutions are designed to be deployed quickly utilizing the latest in power efficient tracking and sensor technology, operating on a hosted, highly scalable infrastructure. This gives their clients the greatest level of flexibility to implement these solutions.

SeeControl

Seed Round in 2009
SeeControl equips product builders and solutions integrators with one of a kind connected business applications that drive new revenue and operating efficiency in the Industrial Internet Age. The Enterprise IoT Cloud Service organizes and makes sense of data from the Internet of Things with no need for coding skills to connect and analyze products. Customers ranging from ABB, HP, and Fujitsu to next-generation IoT innovators depend on SeeControl for new services that manage over one million things around the world.

Boatsetter

Convertible Note in 2016
Boatsetter.com offers a unique Boat sharing marketplace that will, for the first time, make boat rentals accessible to consumers regardless of their boating experience. We have created a catalyst for growth by unlocking the 95% idle capacity of privately owned vessels, which in turn helps boat owners realize returns on their boat investments. Our distinct approach combines best–in-class collaborative market tools from companies like Airbnb (home rentals) and Uber (professional drivers) to create the only model capable of bringing the “new sharing economy” to the marine industry. We’ve assembled a uniquely qualified team of marine professionals, tech start-up veterans, and car rental industry experts to bring today’s collaborative “sharing” economy to the boating industry. We have significant traction and have established a national network of marine-industry businesses that are partnering with us on an exclusive basis to rollout the platform in the US.

Lucid

Debt Financing in 2014
Lucid provides BuildingOS, a SaaS based building energy management and automation platform. Its platform offers data visualization, building data analysis, energy conservation and engagement, building data integration, and energy management services. Lucid was formerly known as Lucid Design Group, Inc. and changes its name to Lucid in September 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Oakland, California. As of February 12, 2018, Lucid Design Group, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Acuity Brands, Inc.

DeepSurface Security, Inc

Seed Round in 2022
DeepSurface Security (www.deepsurface.com) is the first automated Predictive Vulnerability Management suite of tools that helps cybersecurity teams automate the process of analyzing and prioritizing vulnerabilities by risk contribution on enterprise networks. Created by a veteran cybersecurity team, DeepSurface Security is trusted by enterprise companies to identify, prioritize, and research vulnerabilities in their networks. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, DeepSurface is a privately held company funded by Cascade Seed Fund, SeaChange Fund, and Voyager Capital. To learn more visit www.deepsurface.com.

Lumenetix, Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Lumenetix designs and produces UL recognized LED light engines, LED light modules, and LED components and OEMs these products to LED lighting fixture manufacturers worldwide. Lumenetix LED light engines, LED light modules, and LED components incorporate game changing inventions in thermal management, controls and optics, that enable the promise of LED lighting technology - low energy consumption, eco-friendly materials, long life and extraordinary lighting controls - to be achieved. Lumenetix is a LED lighting manufacturer that is distinguished by innovative breadth and a team of LED lighting and electronic professionals with a record of practiced execution and commercial success.

CloudApp

Series A in 2022
CloudApp is the all-in-one visual sharing platform that lets you record, host, and share short videos, GIFs, and visuals (images, annotated screenshots) to make team and customer conversations faster and more succinct. Enhancing conversations visually means that messages don't get lost in translation! With CloudApp, team collaboration is a breeze.

Particle Industries, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Particle provides hardware and software tools to help users prototype, scale, and manage IoT products. Particle is an IoT device platform that enables businesses to easily add the power of connectivity to any product. From hardware to connectivity to device management and cloud, Particle provides developers with tools to prototype IoT solutions quickly as well as a reliable and secure platform for enterprises to scale. Over 150,000 product builders in more than 170 countries and half of the Fortune 500 have deployed connected IoT devices powered by Particle. Listed as one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2015 and named as a major player to watch in the IoT Landscape in IDC Marketscape’s 2018 Vendor Assessment, Particle’s customers include NASA, SpaceX, consumer hot tub manufacturer Jacuzzi, and coffee-brewing pioneer Keurig. Venture backed by Root Ventures, Spark Capital, and Qualcomm Ventures. Particle is based in San Francisco, CA and Shenzhen, China. Particle was founded on 2012.

Scifiniti

Series B in 2013
Scifiniti is an early stage company working to create a drop-in replacement for crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells. Rather than casting an ingot of polysilicon and then sawing it into wafers (to be processed into solar cells), Scifiniti's approach skips these steps and creates a wafer directly (although we can't say how) with a high quality crystal structure suitable for solar cells.

Ribbit

Series B in 2007
Ribbit Corporation, a phone company, provides voice and Web services to consumers and businesses. It also offers Ribbit Mobile, which merges existing mobile phone with online life; SmartSwitch, a multi-protocol soft switch that allows calls to be initiated and answered on multiple devices, and run across multiple communication protocols, networks, and device types; and Ribbit for Oracle CRM On Demand, a mobile productivity solution for Oracle CRM users, which is available via a public beta. In addition, the company provides a carrier-grade telephony-plus-software infrastructure platform that designs, tests, deploys, and manages voice and communication applications. Further, it offers development tools, community, and developer support services, as well as monitoring and management tools. Furthermore, the company provides voice solutions. It serves travel and hospitality, telecommunications, mobile handsets, media, legal, financial services, retail, insurance, non-profit, and health care sectors. Ribbit Corporation was formerly known as Duality, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2005 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California. As of July 29, 2008, Ribbit Corporation operates as a subsidiary of BT Group plc.

BroadHop

Venture Round in 2010
BroadHop's policy control solutions enable telecom service providers to take control of their converged networks. The global leader in policy control deployments, BroadHop has more than 65 policy installations at service providers worldwide. Its open policy platform is the only one designed to support all elements of policy control, making it possible to efficiently control, monetize, and personalize any service, regardless of whether the network has new or legacy components, in-network or third-party services, wired or wireless access technologies.

Claravine

Series B in 2022
Claravine enforces accurate, unified, rich tracking of campaigns and content across the enterprise. Their platform standardizes, governs, and connects data across every team, system, and channel. As a result, users will have richer insights, better experiences, and increased ROI from their marketing investments. Claravine released the first second-generation platform for Digital Experience Data Management in 2018. This platform expanded on the core data governance capability of Claravine, helping organizations better standardize, enrich, and connect marketing data across teams and channels.

Alianza, Inc.

Series B in 2013
Alianza radically transforms communications delivery so that service providers thrive with strong margins, better service, and elegant management. Alianza’s Cloud Voice Platform is a web-scale, turnkey virtualized software solution that enables cable, mobile, telco and other broadband providers to rapidly customize, launch and profit from VoIP and UC services. The power of Alianza’s cloud delivers a lower total cost of ownership and a clear business case for VoIP with a zero-CAPEX, success-based SaaS model. This new way to deliver voice service untangles service providers from the restraints of old-school voice networks and accelerates innovation and growth. Customers include Blue Ridge Communications, WEHCO Media, ViaSat, Vyve Broadband and Xplornet.

Scifiniti

Series A in 2010
Scifiniti is an early stage company working to create a drop-in replacement for crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells. Rather than casting an ingot of polysilicon and then sawing it into wafers (to be processed into solar cells), Scifiniti's approach skips these steps and creates a wafer directly (although we can't say how) with a high quality crystal structure suitable for solar cells.

Response Analytics, Inc.

Venture Round in 2007
Response Analytics, Inc. provides financial services optimization solutions for the loan service, distressed asset investor, retail banking, mortgage banking, commercial banking, and automotive finance industries. Its platform delivers business speed using software practices, modeling, and optimization technology, as well as provides distressed loan optimization, price optimization, NSF Fee optimization, and enterprise modeling and analysis platform solutions. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Integrating PV

Series A in 2010
Integrated Photovoltaics is a leading developer of next-generation photovoltaic solutions. Integrated Photovoltaics is a privately held company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

BroadHop

Series A in 2009
BroadHop's policy control solutions enable telecom service providers to take control of their converged networks. The global leader in policy control deployments, BroadHop has more than 65 policy installations at service providers worldwide. Its open policy platform is the only one designed to support all elements of policy control, making it possible to efficiently control, monetize, and personalize any service, regardless of whether the network has new or legacy components, in-network or third-party services, wired or wireless access technologies.

IDwall Technology LTDA

Series C in 2021
Idwall develops software to help small and medium-sized businesses in the customer credentialing process. It is focused on providing businesses with document validation, background check, and identity verification solutions and services. The company offers a real-time alert system that enables its users to verify customers’ data in signups and purchases. It also provides implementation and consulting services for its solutions. Idwall was founded in July 2016 and is headquartered in São Paulo, Sao Paulo.

Bumped

Seed Round in 2018
Bumped, Inc. develops a platform that allows publicly traded consumer brands to offer customers fractional shares of stock as loyalty rewards. Its platform offers consumers to stock ownership while also giving brands a way to reward customers. Bumped, Inc. was formerly known as Solovex, Inc. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

Crowd Factory

Series A in 2011
Crowd Factory is a social marketing platform that helps companies significantly increase the effectiveness of their marketing initiatives with powerful social marketing amplifiers. The platform consists of 3 primary components: 1) A complete suite of social marketing apps such as CrowdShare Widgets, Social Sweepstakes and Contests, Polls, Voting, Group Offers and Flash Deals 2) Powerful analytics and dashboards that give you the ability to see what is and isn’t working so you can easily test, measure, refine and repeat marketing programs 3) And a Social Database that accumulates in the background as the influencers and their social networks interact with your company. Crowd Factory's social amplifiers work across all online channels, including major social networks like Facebook, email, landing pages, display ads and more. Their innovative applications enable companies of all sizes to dramatically increase new customer acquisition, drive loyalty and engagement, and amplify brand awareness. Customers include leading B2B and B2C companies such as HBO, Universal, Billboard, The Golf Channel, Sony and McAfee.

Green Plug

Series A in 2008
Green Plug, Inc. develops digital controller technology to the AC-DC power adapter market. The company offers Green Power Processor, a novel processor that provides control of the power supply and communication with enabled devices; Green Load Processor, a hardware and software protocol stack that exists in existing processors on the load device; Greentalk that provides an application layer API for applications supporting home and office power management and reporting; and power adapters. It also provides professional services. Green Plug, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in San Ramon, California.

MESoft

Venture Round in 2007
Mesoft Inc. develops software-based tools for remote collaboration, management, and distribution of digital media content. It offers Mesoft SELECT, a real-time production, editorial review, and approval software to store, manage, and access media assets. The company also provides Mesoft RNA, a Web-based review and approval software for the management of media approval process. In addition, it offers Media Logger, a toolset for cataloguing footage; and Story Editor, a string out/rough cut tool for locating the content. The company serves reality shows, production companies, and networks. It offers its products directly, as well as through channel partners in the media industry. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Net Power & Light

Venture Round in 2014
Net Power & Light (NPL) is dedicated to delivering a new kind of powerful technology platform that gives users the freedom and the tools to connect, collaborate, and create more deeply. Founded in 2009, NPL has numerous patented innovations that change the way people experience media, entertainment, and communications. The company’s premier product, Spin™, allows users to collaborate and create in a highly immersive environment, and allows developers using the company’s powerful LUX™ Network Operating System to develop rich collaboration and media-based applications for business users and consumers. Headquartered in San Francisco, Net Power & Light is backed by investors including Alsop Louie Partners, SingTel Innov8, Peninsula Ventures, and BSkyB. For more information, go to www.netpowerandlight.com.

SOCi, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Led by noted digital entrepreneur Afif Khoury, Soci offers big brands, major national franchises, as well as corporate marketing networks, the ability to identify social content succeeding with target audiences, using it to build programmatic content streams across major social platforms. Soci has been nationally recognized and recently named SDX's 2014 Innovator of the Year.

Boatsetter

Series A in 2016
Boatsetter.com offers a unique Boat sharing marketplace that will, for the first time, make boat rentals accessible to consumers regardless of their boating experience. We have created a catalyst for growth by unlocking the 95% idle capacity of privately owned vessels, which in turn helps boat owners realize returns on their boat investments. Our distinct approach combines best–in-class collaborative market tools from companies like Airbnb (home rentals) and Uber (professional drivers) to create the only model capable of bringing the “new sharing economy” to the marine industry. We’ve assembled a uniquely qualified team of marine professionals, tech start-up veterans, and car rental industry experts to bring today’s collaborative “sharing” economy to the boating industry. We have significant traction and have established a national network of marine-industry businesses that are partnering with us on an exclusive basis to rollout the platform in the US.

BASIS Science

Series B in 2013
At Basis our mission is to help fit health into our busy lives. We designed our wrist-based health tracker and online personal dashboard to help you easily incorporate healthy habits into your daily routine. Basis leverages four types of advanced sensors in its lightweight, customizable design to calculate steps taken, calories burned and sleep quality, as well as physiological metrics like heart rate. We help you set new health goals and automatically adjust weekly targets based on your progress. Using this flexible approach you’ll build healthy habits you can maintain for years. Basis Science, Inc. is backed by Norwest Venture Partners and Doll Capital Management.

Alianza, Inc.

Series C in 2015
Alianza radically transforms communications delivery so that service providers thrive with strong margins, better service, and elegant management. Alianza’s Cloud Voice Platform is a web-scale, turnkey virtualized software solution that enables cable, mobile, telco and other broadband providers to rapidly customize, launch and profit from VoIP and UC services. The power of Alianza’s cloud delivers a lower total cost of ownership and a clear business case for VoIP with a zero-CAPEX, success-based SaaS model. This new way to deliver voice service untangles service providers from the restraints of old-school voice networks and accelerates innovation and growth. Customers include Blue Ridge Communications, WEHCO Media, ViaSat, Vyve Broadband and Xplornet.

Bumped

Series A in 2018
Bumped, Inc. develops a platform that allows publicly traded consumer brands to offer customers fractional shares of stock as loyalty rewards. Its platform offers consumers to stock ownership while also giving brands a way to reward customers. Bumped, Inc. was formerly known as Solovex, Inc. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

Keyssa, Inc.

Series C in 2014
Keyssa, Inc. develops and manufactures contactless connector and wireless semiconductors based on millimeter-wave technology for data transfer. The company provides KSS104U, an embedded, single-chip, USB 2 link that automates the production line test of Internet of things (IoT) devices as well as any consumer electronic product or component, substantially lowering the overall test time. Keyssa, Inc. was formerly known as WaveConnex, Inc. and changed its name to Keyssa, Inc. in May, 2014. Keyssa, Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Campbell, California. It has additional offices in Tigard, Oregon; Shenzhen, China; Seoul, South Korea; and Taipei, Taiwan.

Pramata Corporation

Series A in 2015
Pramata ensures B2B frontline teams always know what's in their customer contracts—what they’ve ordered, current pricing, renewal dates and key terms—so they can act with confidence to strengthen their customer relationships and maximize revenue. Pramata's Commercial Relationship Data Platform intelligently gathers and organizes the most accurate contract and order data for every customer, and delivers it as actionable insights—via CRM, Customer 360, or Q2C systems. Pramata has helped create millions of dollars in value for some of the largest companies in the world, including CenturyLink, Comcast Business, McKesson, FICO, NCR, Novelis, and Vertafore. Pramata was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Brisbane, CA, USA.

Axcient

Series D in 2013
[Axcient](http://www.axcient.com/) is an entirely new type of cloud platform that eliminates data loss, keeps applications up and running, and makes sure that IT infrastructures never go down. Designed for today's always-on business, Axcient replaces legacy backup, business continuity, and disaster recovery software and hardware, and reduces the amount of expensive copy data in an organization by as much as 80%. By mirroring an entire business in the cloud, Axcient makes it simple to access and restore data from any device, failover IT systems, and virtualize your entire office with a click - all from a single deduplicated copy. Trusted by thousands of businesses to store and protect more than 10 billion files and applications, Axcient maximizes productivity, reduces cost, and eliminates risk.

Green Plug

Series B in 2010
Green Plug, Inc. develops digital controller technology to the AC-DC power adapter market. The company offers Green Power Processor, a novel processor that provides control of the power supply and communication with enabled devices; Green Load Processor, a hardware and software protocol stack that exists in existing processors on the load device; Greentalk that provides an application layer API for applications supporting home and office power management and reporting; and power adapters. It also provides professional services. Green Plug, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in San Ramon, California.

Radius Intelligence Inc.

Series B in 2013
Radius (www.radius.com) is the only Enterprise Customer Data Platform (CDP) on a mission to power data intelligence across all B2B applications, channels, and users. Built on The Network of Record™ - the most accurate and comprehensive B2B data ecosystem - and pioneering AI, Radius helps companies discover, manage and reach their audiences. With Radius, our customers have a single source of truth, a unified view of every possible customer, and the largest reach across more than 500 channels. Radius customers include Comcast, Sam’s Club, DexYP, Square, and many more. The company is backed by 8VC, BlueRun Ventures, and Founders Fund. Radius is headquartered in San Francisco.

Axcient

Series A in 2008
[Axcient](http://www.axcient.com/) is an entirely new type of cloud platform that eliminates data loss, keeps applications up and running, and makes sure that IT infrastructures never go down. Designed for today's always-on business, Axcient replaces legacy backup, business continuity, and disaster recovery software and hardware, and reduces the amount of expensive copy data in an organization by as much as 80%. By mirroring an entire business in the cloud, Axcient makes it simple to access and restore data from any device, failover IT systems, and virtualize your entire office with a click - all from a single deduplicated copy. Trusted by thousands of businesses to store and protect more than 10 billion files and applications, Axcient maximizes productivity, reduces cost, and eliminates risk.

Medical Metrx Solutions

Series B in 2003
Medical Metrx Solutions, Inc. (formerly Medical Media Systems) is a medical technology and services company providing diagnostic quality 3-D virtual models of patient anatomy built from CT and MR scan data using the company’s proprietary modeling software. The company’s models — which contain more precise quantitative measurement information than competitors’ offerings — are provided to interventional radiologists and vascular surgeons who use them for pre-operative planning and post-operative surveillance of their patients’ conditions. The company was acquired by AIG Altaris Health Partners in 2005.

Flint

Series C in 2014
Flint is a mobile payment service that enables users to easily take credit cards on the spot by scanning, via invoice or online. Flint Mobile can also send invoices for online bill payment, handle cash and checks and manage customized coupons with Apple Passbook integration. Other features include automatic syncing of all transactions as well as line item information and customer information with QuickBooks accounts. Flint is also a payment service provider and offers quick setup without needing a merchant account. Flint was launched in 2011 by Greg Goldfarb and Andrew Laszlo.

Crowd Factory

Series A in 2008
Crowd Factory is a social marketing platform that helps companies significantly increase the effectiveness of their marketing initiatives with powerful social marketing amplifiers. The platform consists of 3 primary components: 1) A complete suite of social marketing apps such as CrowdShare Widgets, Social Sweepstakes and Contests, Polls, Voting, Group Offers and Flash Deals 2) Powerful analytics and dashboards that give you the ability to see what is and isn’t working so you can easily test, measure, refine and repeat marketing programs 3) And a Social Database that accumulates in the background as the influencers and their social networks interact with your company. Crowd Factory's social amplifiers work across all online channels, including major social networks like Facebook, email, landing pages, display ads and more. Their innovative applications enable companies of all sizes to dramatically increase new customer acquisition, drive loyalty and engagement, and amplify brand awareness. Customers include leading B2B and B2C companies such as HBO, Universal, Billboard, The Golf Channel, Sony and McAfee.

Cloudability

Series B in 2016
Cloudability is a financial management tool for monitoring and analyzing cloud expenses across any organization. Its platform aggregates expenditures into accessible and comprehensive reports that identify and allocate cloud costs using accurate, precise data in real-time using enterprise-scale analysis and machine learning that enables IT, finance, and other business teams to get a real-time understanding of cloud spending, down to the penny, and continual optimization of cloud costs. Cloudability was established in 2011 and is headquartered in Portland, Oregon.

Factor Technology Group

Series A in 2007
Factor TG is the trusted source for branding and sales data and insights for the marketing planning organization. Factor TG provides direct consumer measurement of branding and sales effects of your individual marketing activities such as cross media advertising, events, sponsorships, etc., to produce timely insights into tactical performance, optimization recommendations, and ROI reporting. Factor TG is a privately held corporation located in San Francisco's Financial District, with operations in Asia and Europe.

Axcient

Series E in 2015
[Axcient](http://www.axcient.com/) is an entirely new type of cloud platform that eliminates data loss, keeps applications up and running, and makes sure that IT infrastructures never go down. Designed for today's always-on business, Axcient replaces legacy backup, business continuity, and disaster recovery software and hardware, and reduces the amount of expensive copy data in an organization by as much as 80%. By mirroring an entire business in the cloud, Axcient makes it simple to access and restore data from any device, failover IT systems, and virtualize your entire office with a click - all from a single deduplicated copy. Trusted by thousands of businesses to store and protect more than 10 billion files and applications, Axcient maximizes productivity, reduces cost, and eliminates risk.

Green Plug

Series C in 2012
Green Plug, Inc. develops digital controller technology to the AC-DC power adapter market. The company offers Green Power Processor, a novel processor that provides control of the power supply and communication with enabled devices; Green Load Processor, a hardware and software protocol stack that exists in existing processors on the load device; Greentalk that provides an application layer API for applications supporting home and office power management and reporting; and power adapters. It also provides professional services. Green Plug, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in San Ramon, California.