Mohr Davidow Ventures

For 30 years the _Mohr Davidow Ventures team has invested in early stage technology-based startups that redefine or create large new markets. They believe that emerging information technology innovations are enabling a decade-long opportunity to invest in the “Era of Digital Engagement,” one in which personal, commercial, and public sector interactions of all kinds will be profoundly reengineered to leverage the power of mobile devices, cloud computing, and data analytics. The Firm seeks to identify and partner with exceptional entrepreneurs who leverage these technologies to build companies where seamless, deep engagement with customers will create billion dollar markets in a number of different verticals. These verticals include: Digital Marketing, Advertising, & Media, Collaborative Enterprise Applications, The Digitization of Education and Health, Digital Financial Services, E‐commerce & Digital Retail Innovation, Mobile/Web‐Powered “LifeTech.” The Firm also has previous investments in the innovative life sciences & genomics space. Leading companies funded by Mohr Davidow Ventures includes: Agile (Acquired by NYSE: ORCL); Aryaka Networks; Brocade; Coupa; Genomatica; HealthTap; Infusionsoft; Kabbage; nLight; ONI Systems (Acquired by NASDAQ: CIEN); Proofpoint (NASDAQ: PFPT); Rally Software (NYSE: RALY); Rocket Fuel (NASDAQ: FUEL); Rambus; Shutterfly (NASDAQ: SFLY); Ticketfly; Verinata Health (Acquired by NASDAQ: ILMN); and Visible Measures. The Firm has $1.85 billion under management.

Bill Davidow

Partner Emeritus

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William H. Davidow

Founding Partner, Partner Emeritus and General Partner

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Jonathon (Jon) Feiber

General Partner

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Joshua L. Green

General Partner

Josh Green

General Partner

Joy Floresca Knox

VP of Information Technology and Operation

Nancy Schoendorf

General Partner

Jim Smith

General Partner

Randy Strahan

Venture Partner

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Randall K. Strahan

Venture Partner

303 past transactions

Sabrix

Series B in 2002
Indirect Tax Software - ONESOURCE - Tax & Accounting

WorkFusion, Inc.

Series C in 2015
WorkFusion is accelerating the world’s transition to more meaningful work. Our Intelligent Automation solutions are powered by pre-trained ExpertBots, proprietary artificial intelligence technology and advanced analytics, working together to automate a wide range of business processes. The world’s leading organizations use WorkFusion to automate their operations with ease and speed, helping them up-skill employees, reduce costs and unlock growth like never before. WorkFusion is headquartered in New York City with operations throughout Europe and Asia. Learn more at workfusion.com

Moblyng

Series A in 2007
[Moblyng](http://www.moblyng.com) is the leading publisher and developer of HTML5 based social games for mobile devices and social networks. Moblyng is a private company funded by Mohr Davidow Ventures, Deep Fork Capital and Motorola Mobility Ventures.

nLIGHT

Series A in 2000
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

AudienceScience

Series F in 2010
AudienceScience has transformed how global advertisers measurably connect their consumers, data, and media with an easy to use and fully transparent Enterprise Advertising Management system. It specializes in the fields of digital media, advertising platforms, and SaaS. It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.
iRhythm provides innovative and cost-effective diagnostic monitoring solutions that facilitate early diagnosis and treatment decisions, with the goal of ultimately improving patient health outcomes and reducing wasteful healthcare spending. Its flagship product, the Zio® Patch, is designed to optimize and simplify the diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias. Zio® Patch is the smallest, lightest, least conspicuous cardiac arrhythmia diagnostic available and is indicated for up to 14-day monitoring.

Xambala, Inc.

Series D in 2008
Xambala, Inc. provides electronic liquidity to capital markets. The company develops networking and computing technologies to improve liquidity and reduces transaction costs for large and small investors. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Panasas

Series B in 2001
High performance parallel storage solutions platform enabling users to solve computing problems and bring products to market

Verinata Health

Series C in 2011
Verinata is driven by a sole, extraordinary purpose – maternal and fetal health. Our initial focus is to develop and offer non-invasive tests for early identification of fetal chromosomal abnormalities using our proprietary technologies. We aim to reduce the anxiety associated with today's multi-step process, the unacceptable false-positive rates, the non-specific and sometimes confusing results of current prenatal screening methods, as well as the risk of current invasive procedures. In support of national guidelines recommending first trimester aneuploidy risk assessment, we believe women who desire such an assessment should be offered a single blood draw test with a definitive result. Verinata is conducting a prospective, blinded pivotal study to clinically validate the sensitivity and specificity of its first prenatal test on a large scale with results of the study expected in 2011.

Doxo

Series C in 2022
doxo is an all-in-one bill pay service that facilitates secure payment to any biller with any payment method on any device. It currently serves over 4 million users who make payments to 75,000+ local and national businesses, making doxo the largest bill pay directory in the nation. Billers on the network get paid directly and consumers have complete bills pay independence over when and how they pay their bills. The company more than doubled its customer base in 2018 and is expanding its team to further accelerate growth and change the bill pay landscape to focus on the customer. doxo investors include MDV, Sigma Partners, and Bezos Expeditions.

Pixim

Series A in 1999
Pixim is a hardware company that builds chips for video cameras. Pixim's Digital Pixel System® technology revolutionizes the way video cameras capture and process images. Unlike traditional cameras, where each pixel cannot adjust to highlights and lowlights in the same scene, Pixim's patented Digital Pixel System® technology empowers hundreds of thousands of pixels to act like individual cameras constantly self-adjusting. This all-digital system enables Pixim-powered cameras to efficiently capture the whole picture, regardless of lighting condition or application – thus securing the highest resolution, natural color and clarity, while automatically eliminating image-compromising visual noise (e.g., glare, reflections). The result is more than superb image quality; it is accurate, actionable information that gives users the strength of certainty.

Pacific Biosciences

Series C in 2005
Pacific Biosciences designs, develops, and manufactures sequencing systems to resolve genetically complex problems. Its single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing technology enables single molecule real-time detection of biological processes. Pacific Biosciences offers PacBio RS II and Sequel Systems that conducts, monitors, and analyzes single molecule biochemical reactions in real time. It also provides consumable products, including SMRT cells, as well as various reagent kits, such as template preparation, binding, and sequencing kits. Pacific Biosciences' customers include research institutions; commercial laboratories; genome centers; clinical, government, and academic institutions; genomics service providers; pharmaceutical companies; and agricultural companies. It markets its products through a direct sales force in North America and Europe, as well as primarily through distribution partners in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Joseph Bonventre and Stephen Turner founded Nanofluidics in 2000 that laterbecame Pacific Biosciences. Its headquarters is in Menlo Park in California.

Earshot, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Earshot is a precision-based real-time marketing platform that helps brands discover and acquire new customers through social media. Earshot's patent pending Decibel Level is a real-time relevancy score that is unique to every brand or campaign. Decibel Level is customizable on the fly so customers can weight variables like location, bio, post content, even logo detection to find the social media posts that are most important in real time.

Root3 Technologies

Seed Round in 2013
Root3 Technologies Inc. provides software that reduces energy costs 10-30% in onsite energy plants for universities, hospitals, manufacturing facilities and airports. Root3’s no-install, patent-pending technology uses data to optimize decision-making for energy plant managers, enabling them to meet energy demands with the least fuel consumption possible. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Chicago, IL and San Francisco, CA.

Rally Software

Series C in 2008
Rally serves as a central hub for teams to collaboratively plan, prioritize and track work on a synchronized cadence. Teams can visualize their work in the form of lists, boards or timeline views, and more importantly—they can understand how their day-to-day work aligns to the greater goals of the business.

Xambala, Inc.

Series A in 2004
Xambala, Inc. provides electronic liquidity to capital markets. The company develops networking and computing technologies to improve liquidity and reduces transaction costs for large and small investors. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Brickstream

Series A in 2003
Brickstream pioneered customer behavior measurement technology that automatically captures and analyzes consumer activity in brick-and-mortar settings. Brickstream holds numerous patents, and dedicates significant resources to the ongoing research and development that keeps the company at the forefront of this market and extends the technology's value and efficiency. Brickstream's use of discrete in-store video and sensor technology, combined with patented BehaviorIQ™ technology, provides clients with comprehensive, non-biased information about their customers' experiences inside company locations: when they come in, where they go, how long they wait, if they make a purchase, and more.

Adamas Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2005
Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Inc. engages in the development and commercialization of controlled release combination therapeutics to treat healthcare problems, primarily in the areas of infectious diseases and central nervous system disorders. It also develops novel extended release and combination products for symptomatic treatment of dementia. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Emeryville, California with operations in India, the United States, and Singapore.

Xambala, Inc.

Venture Round in 2011
Xambala, Inc. provides electronic liquidity to capital markets. The company develops networking and computing technologies to improve liquidity and reduces transaction costs for large and small investors. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Moblyng

Series B in 2008
[Moblyng](http://www.moblyng.com) is the leading publisher and developer of HTML5 based social games for mobile devices and social networks. Moblyng is a private company funded by Mohr Davidow Ventures, Deep Fork Capital and Motorola Mobility Ventures.

Tuition.io, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Tuition.io, Inc. operates a platform that allows users to manage their student loan portfolio. The company’s platform facilitates to view and manage federal family education loans, federal direct loans, and private loans from a variety of servicers. It also enables global companies to offer a benefit that their employees really need, while helping them attract, engage, and retain top talent. Tuition.io, Inc. was formerly known as Binksty and changed its name to Tuition.io, Inc. in July 2012. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Lantern Communications

Series B in 2000
Lantern Communications provides packet-based transport solutions that enable scalable deployment of carrier-class. Lantern Communications was acquired by C-COR in May 2004. Lantern Communications was founded in 1999 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Reverb Technologies

Series C in 2011
Reverb builds technology that creates connections between ideas and people. Our personalization, recommendation, and content analysis technologies allow us to extract the true meaning from content, and to intelligently respond to user preferences and interests. Our products include the Reverb News App, Reverb Recommendations, and Swagger. Our solutions are now implemented across Fortune 500 content, video, and product companies. For more information please visit helloreverb.com, or follow us on Twitter @Reverb.

terraspring

Series D in 2002
Terraspring is a software platform.

Honest Buildings

Seed Round in 2012
Honest Buildings, Inc. develops and operates a data-driven project management and procurement platform for real estate owners in North America. The company operates Honest Buildings, a cloud-based platform that allows users to centralize project cost tracking and procurement activities, increase transparency, automate bid management, and standardize reporting. Its platform is used to manage existing and developing portfolios, including office, retail, industrial, hospitality, and multifamily. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in New York, New York. As of July 30, 2019, Honest Buildings, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Procore Technologies, Inc.

23andMe

Series A in 2007
23andMe, Inc. provides consumer genetics and research services. The company offers DNA analysis services through home-based saliva collection kit for consumers to access and understand the human genome. Its services include Health + Ancestry, a genetic insight into ancestry, traits, and health; and Ancestry + Traits, a DNA kit with an ancestry breakdown and 30+ trait reports. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Sunnyvale, California. With an additional office in Mountain View, California.

Finsphere

Series A in 2008
Finsphere Corporation provides mobile identity-authentication services platform that enable financial institutions, retail payment networks, and mobile network operators to protect against fraud and enhance customer experiences. It offers solutions for wireless engineering and geospatial analysis, risk and authentication analytics, analytic models, real-time processing, identity and risk management, adaptive access, and loyalty and marketing offers. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Bellevue, Washington.

Doxo

Series A in 2009
doxo is an all-in-one bill pay service that facilitates secure payment to any biller with any payment method on any device. It currently serves over 4 million users who make payments to 75,000+ local and national businesses, making doxo the largest bill pay directory in the nation. Billers on the network get paid directly and consumers have complete bills pay independence over when and how they pay their bills. The company more than doubled its customer base in 2018 and is expanding its team to further accelerate growth and change the bill pay landscape to focus on the customer. doxo investors include MDV, Sigma Partners, and Bezos Expeditions.

Neuropure

Series A in 2007
Neuropure Inc. develops and commercializes novel, focused, targeted, and logical treatment approaches for patients suffering from a variety of neurological disorders that presently don't have any cure. The company is based in Menlo Park, California.

PunchTab, Inc.

Series A in 2011
PunchTab, Inc. provides a Software-as-a-Service based consumer management platform for brands to build and optimize direct consumer relationships. It offers loyalty and engagement programs. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of September 22, 2015, PunchTab, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of WalmartLabs, Inc.

Jadoo Power Systems

Series B in 2005
Jadoo Power Systems develops and manufactures power and energy storage systems for military and commercial markets. It offers solar water heaters for homes and businesses; and solar power, energy storage, and fuel cell systems.

Personalis

Series A in 2011
Personalis combines expertise both in the technology of sequencing and in interpretation, with an extensive history of peer-reviewed publication and commercial success. Broad adoption of medical genome interpretation will require accuracy befitting regulatory approval, both invariant detection and interpretation. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Adamas Pharmaceuticals

Series D in 2009
Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Inc. engages in the development and commercialization of controlled release combination therapeutics to treat healthcare problems, primarily in the areas of infectious diseases and central nervous system disorders. It also develops novel extended release and combination products for symptomatic treatment of dementia. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Emeryville, California with operations in India, the United States, and Singapore.

Concept Shopping

Series E in 2007
Concept Shopping operates as a shopper marketing company that helps retailers and their marketing partners increase sales through offers based on the retailers’ frequent shopper purchase data. The company provides technology infrastructure, marketing and merchandising support, promotion sales and execution, personal advertisement channels, and performance reporting services. Concept Shopping was founded in 1997 and is based in Lisle, Illinois.

Sensity Systems

Series B in 2014
Sensity Systems capitalizes on conversions to LED lighting—a process that will affect 4 billion lights worldwide over the next few years—to create a high-speed, sensor-based, multiservice, open networking platform known as a Light Sensory Network (LSN). LSNs help lighting owners improve lighting control and energy efficiency, as well as business processes that go well beyond lighting. By embedding networking technology and sensors within LED luminaires themselves, Sensity uses energy-efficient LED lighting as the foundation for its turnkey NetSense platform, the first Light Sensory Network implementation. By working closely with developers of software applications and services that run on the NetSense platform, Sensity enables facility and municipal lighting owners to link energy efficiency and cost savings to the improvement of business goals as diverse as public safety, parking control, asset management, and retail analytics. Sensity is the first company that has assembled all the relevant technology expertise, process integration know-how, and strong partnerships required to make the Light Sensory Network a reality. Privately held Sensity Systems, founded in 2010 and previously known as Xeralux Inc., is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. The company’s global customers include Fortune 500 businesses, commercial and industrial property owners, retail facilities, municipal and regional agencies, universities, school districts, hospitals, transportation authorities, warehousing and distribution facilities, and horticulture operations.

ParAllele Bioscience

Convertible Note in 2005
Angel Dough Ventures is a startup accelerator that identifies new business ideas as well as develops and launches new products and services into the market. It also reviews customer feedback and analyzes metrics to transform and improve its businesses. Angel Dough Ventures was founded by Andrew Hazen and is headquartered in Hicksville, New York.

Tethys BioScience

Series D in 2009
Tethys BioScience, Inc. engages in the discovery, development, and commercialization of biological markers. Its products are used to diagnosis the metabolic diseases, such as diabetes. The company offers PreDx Diabetes Risk Test, a diagnostic test that analyzes a set of multiple proteins and other blood borne biomarkers implicated in the development of diabetes. Tethys BioScience, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Emeryville, California.

OPX Biotechnologies

Series A in 2007
OPX Biotechnologies, Inc. is a Colorado-based bioproducts company using proprietary bioengineering technology to convert renewable feedstocks into biofuels and green chemistry products. The OPX EDGE - Efficiency Directed Genome Engineering - technology platform rapid, rational, and robust optimization of microbes and bioprocesses to achieve equivalent product performance with improved sustainability at lower cost versus petroleum based alternatives.

Oraxion

Series B in 2004
Oraxion develops process control metrology systems for semiconductor manufacturers. It offers CGS-300 wafer inspection/metrology tools, which enables accurate characterization of stress accumulation as the patterned wafer is processed. Oraxion, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Fremont, California.

Adapt Technologies

Series A in 2005
Adapt Technologies is an online advertising campaign management tool for small businesses and advertising agencies. They take a transformative, application-led approach to cloud that makes it easier for customers to change and innovate securely, blending people, platforms, and automation to achieve customer outcomes. Adapt Technologies was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in London, UK.

Tuition.io, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Tuition.io, Inc. operates a platform that allows users to manage their student loan portfolio. The company’s platform facilitates to view and manage federal family education loans, federal direct loans, and private loans from a variety of servicers. It also enables global companies to offer a benefit that their employees really need, while helping them attract, engage, and retain top talent. Tuition.io, Inc. was formerly known as Binksty and changed its name to Tuition.io, Inc. in July 2012. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

AudienceScience

Series E in 2005
AudienceScience has transformed how global advertisers measurably connect their consumers, data, and media with an easy to use and fully transparent Enterprise Advertising Management system. It specializes in the fields of digital media, advertising platforms, and SaaS. It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

Panasas

Series A in 2000
High performance parallel storage solutions platform enabling users to solve computing problems and bring products to market

iRhythm Technologies, Inc.

Venture Round in 2010
iRhythm provides innovative and cost-effective diagnostic monitoring solutions that facilitate early diagnosis and treatment decisions, with the goal of ultimately improving patient health outcomes and reducing wasteful healthcare spending. Its flagship product, the Zio® Patch, is designed to optimize and simplify the diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias. Zio® Patch is the smallest, lightest, least conspicuous cardiac arrhythmia diagnostic available and is indicated for up to 14-day monitoring.

Storefront

Series A in 2014
Storefront, Inc. operates an online marketplace for artists, designers, and brands to find and rent retail space in San Francisco and New York, as well as temporary spaces at shopping center properties in Canada. The company lists spaces from a booth at a street fair to a space inside a boutique store and to an entire store on a busy street. It also enables store owners, brokers, or landlords to make money from their spaces. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Keap

Series A in 2007
Keap is on a mission to simplify growth for millions of small businesses. For 15 years, Keap has helped small businesses get organized so they can deliver great service and close more business. The company pioneered the CRM and marketing automation category for small business and today serves more than 200,000 users globally with its Infusionsoft and Keap products.

Pacific Biosciences

Series E in 2008
Pacific Biosciences designs, develops, and manufactures sequencing systems to resolve genetically complex problems. Its single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing technology enables single molecule real-time detection of biological processes. Pacific Biosciences offers PacBio RS II and Sequel Systems that conducts, monitors, and analyzes single molecule biochemical reactions in real time. It also provides consumable products, including SMRT cells, as well as various reagent kits, such as template preparation, binding, and sequencing kits. Pacific Biosciences' customers include research institutions; commercial laboratories; genome centers; clinical, government, and academic institutions; genomics service providers; pharmaceutical companies; and agricultural companies. It markets its products through a direct sales force in North America and Europe, as well as primarily through distribution partners in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Joseph Bonventre and Stephen Turner founded Nanofluidics in 2000 that laterbecame Pacific Biosciences. Its headquarters is in Menlo Park in California.

Numerical Technologies, Inc.

Venture Round in 1999
Numerical Technologies, Inc. develops and markets proprietary technologies and software products that enable the design and manufacture of semiconductors, including semiconductors with subwavelength feature sizes.

Kabbage

Series B in 2011
Kabbage, Inc. provides small businesses access to automated funding through its financial services data and technology platform. It operates Kabbage, an automated and online lending platform to provide automated funding to businesses and support customer data monitoring. The company’s platform enables users to apply for the loan, submit data in real time, get the approval, and provides funding. It also offers The Kabbage card that allows customers to withdraw from their lines of credit for the amount of a purchase at any point-of-sale (POS) checkout; and The Kabbage Mobile App, an application which provides customers on-the-go access to their account and line of credit. Kabbage, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in New York, New York; San Francisco, California; Denver, Colorado; and Bengaluru, India.

nLIGHT

Series D in 2009
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

BandPage, Inc.

Series C in 2014
BandPage, Inc. operates a music-sharing platform for musicians to connect with and retain fans. The company’s platform enables musicians to manage their online presence by uploading their profile, bio, pictures, videos, tracks, and tour dates; and updates that information across the Web, including Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, VEVO, Xbox Music, Pandora, WordPress, their website, and more to help in growing their fanbase. It also provides BandPage Everywhere, a new tool for musicians to update their profiles, content, Websites, and blogs on BandPage; and BandPage Connect, which allows musicians to connect to various platforms. BandPage, Inc. was formerly known as RootMusic, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 12, 2016, BandPage, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of YouTube, LLC.

Ticketfly, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Ticketfly, a subsidiary of Eventbrite, is a technology company reimagining the live event experience for promoters and fans. Its powerful ticketing, digital marketing, and analytics software helps promoters sell more tickets, streamline operations, and increase revenue per attendee, while its consumer tools make it easy for fans to find and purchase tickets to great events across North America. Since 2008, more than 1,200 leading venues and promoters have partnered with Ticketfly, including Merriweather Post Pavilion, the Brooklyn Bowl, Central Park SummerStage, Pitchfork Music Festival, and Burning Man. Ticketfly is led by Andrew Dreskin, co-founder of TicketWeb, the first company to ever sell tickets online. In 2014, Ticketfly crossed the $1B mark in transaction volume and in 2015 it was named one of Fast Company's "Most Innovative Companies in Music." On October 7, 2015, Ticketfly announced its acquisition by music streaming service Pandora in a $335 million cash and stock deal. On June 9th, 2017, Pandora sold Ticketfly to its largest competitor, Eventbrite for $200 million.

Yiftee, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Surprise and Delight! Celebrate your friends, reward your employees and appreciate your clients and prospects by sending them a thoughtful gift they pick up at a local shop, restaurant or spa. Yiftee gifts are instantly sent and received via desktop or smartphone. Yiftee provides unprecedented convenience for giftors, giftees, and merchants, and supports a healthy local and global community. Go to www.yiftee.com and start gifting. Send one or hundreds of gifts in minutes with a thoughtful message personalized to each. No IT, no monthly fees, no commitment, no plastic cards lost in a sock drawer.

WorkFusion, Inc.

Series D in 2017
WorkFusion is accelerating the world’s transition to more meaningful work. Our Intelligent Automation solutions are powered by pre-trained ExpertBots, proprietary artificial intelligence technology and advanced analytics, working together to automate a wide range of business processes. The world’s leading organizations use WorkFusion to automate their operations with ease and speed, helping them up-skill employees, reduce costs and unlock growth like never before. WorkFusion is headquartered in New York City with operations throughout Europe and Asia. Learn more at workfusion.com

VaST Systems Technology

Series C in 2005
VaST Systems Technology Corporation provides tools and models for embedded systems design. It offers CoMET, a system engineering tool that enables the creation of a software simulation-based virtual system prototype of a system-on-a-chip (SOC); and METeor, a software development environment for embedded systems and SoC. The company also provides Metrix, which provides behavior and performance of hardware and software components of virtual system prototypes to system architects, hardware designers, and software developers; and peripheral device builder, which enables the creation of models of peripheral devices. In addition, it offers architecture and systems engineering, embedded software development, visualization and reporting, VaST modeling, wireless and telecom applications, consumer applications, and automotive applications solutions. The company serves automotive, consumer, and wireless markets. VaST Systems Technology Corporation was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with sales and support offices in Sunnyvale, California; Austin, Texas; Munich, Germany; Pariset, France; NSW, Australia; and Tokyo, Japan. As of February 1, 2010, VaST Systems Technology Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Synopsys Inc.

Tethys BioScience

Series A in 2005
Tethys BioScience, Inc. engages in the discovery, development, and commercialization of biological markers. Its products are used to diagnosis the metabolic diseases, such as diabetes. The company offers PreDx Diabetes Risk Test, a diagnostic test that analyzes a set of multiple proteins and other blood borne biomarkers implicated in the development of diabetes. Tethys BioScience, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Emeryville, California.

Retention Science

Series A in 2014
Retention Science specializes in retention marketing, with a focus on targeting, engaging, and retaining customers. Its data-driven SaaS-based Retention Marketing platform predicts customer behavior and delivers targeted multi-channel communications that increase revenue and encourage customer advocacy. It makes sophisticated data science and marketing automation simple to use for all marketing teams. Retention Science powers marketing campaigns for Target, Neiman Marcus, The Honest Company, and has been featured in Forbes, Wall Street Journal, and CNN.

Mantara

Venture Round in 2008
Mantara is transforming the world of securities trading by delivering advanced technology solutions that fulfill the market demand for integrated multi-asset, high-speed trading and analytics. Mantara is committed to transforming the way that equities, options and futures are traded worldwide. Fueled by demand for trading efficiency, transparency and functionality, Mantara is driving the development and delivery of an entirely new class of solutions that raise the bar and exceed market expectations for this space.

Verinata Health

Series C in 2008
Verinata is driven by a sole, extraordinary purpose – maternal and fetal health. Our initial focus is to develop and offer non-invasive tests for early identification of fetal chromosomal abnormalities using our proprietary technologies. We aim to reduce the anxiety associated with today's multi-step process, the unacceptable false-positive rates, the non-specific and sometimes confusing results of current prenatal screening methods, as well as the risk of current invasive procedures. In support of national guidelines recommending first trimester aneuploidy risk assessment, we believe women who desire such an assessment should be offered a single blood draw test with a definitive result. Verinata is conducting a prospective, blinded pivotal study to clinically validate the sensitivity and specificity of its first prenatal test on a large scale with results of the study expected in 2011.

Andale

Venture Round in 2006
As of November 15, 2006, Andale, Inc. was acquired by Vendio Services, Inc. Andale, Inc. provides auction management, and research and analytics services to auction sellers. It offers research tools that provide pricing research, reports, selling recommendations, suppliers of product, and sales analysis for online merchants; a suite of auction tools, which provides auction automation and management services; store tools that offer the fixed price storefront and tools to distribute listings to shopping sites; and merchant solutions, which offer downloadable software suites for online enterprises. The company serves online merchants, including auction sellers, casual sellers, and small and medium size online businesses in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Andale, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with an additional office in Bangalore, India.

InnerWorkings Inc.

Series A in 2005
InnerWorkings, Inc. (Nasdaq: INWK) is a leading provider of global print management and promotional solutions to corporate clients across a wide range of industries. With proprietary technology, an extensive supplier network and deep domain expertise, the Company procures, manages and delivers printed materials and promotional products as part of a comprehensive outsourced enterprise solution. The Company also owns and operates the online business printing site, Inkchaser.com. InnerWorkings is based in Chicago, IL with 35 offices in North America, South America and Europe.

BuildDirect

Series B in 2014
BuildDirect Technologies Inc. owns and operates an online marketplace for home improvement products. The company offers BuildDirect Gateway, which is a global supply chain platform for heavyweight goods. It enables third party the ability to access BuildDirect’s advanced network of warehousing services, ground and ocean logistics for any part of the shipping journey, from point of manufacture through last-mile delivery. The company’s product categories include flooring, decking, building materials, outdoor, kitchen and bath, moldings and accessories, and doors. BuildDirect Technologies Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Vancouver, Canada with warehouses in North America.

Helpstream

Series B in 2008
Helpstream is the World's first truly social customer service and relationship management system. Combining advanced social Web technologies with robust customer service workflows, Helpstream delivers a modern, comprehensive customer engagement platform. Helpstream is 100% Software as a Service (SaaS), so deployment is fast, easy and affordable. Helpstream has over 100 customers in various industries including high tech, government, healthcare, financial- and professional-services. Helpstream enables companies to engage their customers over the web to more effectively resolve issues and answer questions. By enabling customers to establish two way communications with experts in the community and within the company, Helpstream facilitates deeper customer relationships.

WorldCatch.com

Venture Round in 2000
WorldCatch.com is an online wholesale seafood auction and industry information resource, created by people in the seafood industry for people in the seafood industry. The company is dedicated to providing buyers and sellers with an economical and efficient way of sourcing and transacting business throughout the world. WorldCatch.com provides an impartial, convenient alternative for companies to globally market their products and services. Visit our Demo Site to see how we can help your business grow.

Shutterfly

Series E in 2002
Your life events & everyday moments beautifully preserved and shared. Photo books, cards, stationery & gifts.

Pluribus Networks, Inc.

Series D in 2015
Pluribus Networks, Inc. specializes in network virtualization for private and public cloud datacenters. The company’s products include Netvisor OS, a distributed network operating system with bare-metal hardware programmability; E28Q Network Computing Appliance, a platform for various applications, including ToR and spine switching, cloud/rack controller, virtualization, and network services, as well as application/L4-7 hosting; F64 network computing appliances; E68 server switches; VCF insight analytics, a flow-based client-server oriented business intelligence solution for data centers; and supermicro microblade switches. It provides analytics appliance, open fabric W/analytics, open network virtualization, and DevOps networking solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Lagrange Systems

Series C in 2021
CloudMaestro by Lagrange Systems is an Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and management solution built for maximizing performance and availability, while optimizing costs, across all cloud providers. With CloudMaestro, users can proactively, and infinitely, scale their infrastructure out and in, achieve blazing-fast performance for all the users, secure the web presence and orchestrate across single or multiple cloud providers. Founded in 2012, Lagrange Systems is privately held and headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

Brickstream

Series B in 2004
Brickstream pioneered customer behavior measurement technology that automatically captures and analyzes consumer activity in brick-and-mortar settings. Brickstream holds numerous patents, and dedicates significant resources to the ongoing research and development that keeps the company at the forefront of this market and extends the technology's value and efficiency. Brickstream's use of discrete in-store video and sensor technology, combined with patented BehaviorIQ™ technology, provides clients with comprehensive, non-biased information about their customers' experiences inside company locations: when they come in, where they go, how long they wait, if they make a purchase, and more.

Sequenta

Venture Round in 2012
Sequenta is a venture funded biotech company dedicated to the discovery and development of clinical diagnostics based on a revolutionary new platform for understanding immune system status. A profound revolution in the cost of DNA sequencing has enabled the company to develop brand new approaches to measuring the most variable part of the human genome: the immune cell receptor genes. The incredible diversity created by these genes are at the heart of a large number of conditions critical to human health and disease allowing the company to be in a position to inform a large number of clinical decisions using a single powerful assay. The company was founded in 2008 by entrepreneurs who previously founded ParaAllele BioScience, a successful startup company sold to Affymetrix in 2005.

RingCube Technologies

Series B in 2007
Desktop virtualization services

Lagrange Systems

Series B in 2019
CloudMaestro by Lagrange Systems is an Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and management solution built for maximizing performance and availability, while optimizing costs, across all cloud providers. With CloudMaestro, users can proactively, and infinitely, scale their infrastructure out and in, achieve blazing-fast performance for all the users, secure the web presence and orchestrate across single or multiple cloud providers. Founded in 2012, Lagrange Systems is privately held and headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

AudienceScience

Venture Round in 2009
AudienceScience has transformed how global advertisers measurably connect their consumers, data, and media with an easy to use and fully transparent Enterprise Advertising Management system. It specializes in the fields of digital media, advertising platforms, and SaaS. It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

Supertracks

Series B in 2000
Supertracks provides software and services for secure digital content delivery and develops innovative technology for the digital distribution of music. The company’s flagship product BridgePort, provides a cost effective, quality solution for Internet radio streaming.

Genomatica, Inc.

Series C in 2010
Genomatica, Inc. delivers manufacturing processes to produce intermediate and basic chemicals from renewable feedstocks. The company’s proprietary biotechnology platform allows the company to create fermentation-based manufacturing processes and to engineer the enabling microorganisms that drive the conversion of renewable feedstocks into intermediate and basic chemicals. It is developing a pipeline of manufacturing processes for the production of 20 intermediate and basic chemicals, including butanediol and butadiene. The company intends to offer its chemical products to large consumer products or chemical companies. Genomatica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

Brickstream

Venture Round in 2010
Brickstream pioneered customer behavior measurement technology that automatically captures and analyzes consumer activity in brick-and-mortar settings. Brickstream holds numerous patents, and dedicates significant resources to the ongoing research and development that keeps the company at the forefront of this market and extends the technology's value and efficiency. Brickstream's use of discrete in-store video and sensor technology, combined with patented BehaviorIQ™ technology, provides clients with comprehensive, non-biased information about their customers' experiences inside company locations: when they come in, where they go, how long they wait, if they make a purchase, and more.

Pluribus Networks, Inc.

Series E in 2017
Pluribus Networks, Inc. specializes in network virtualization for private and public cloud datacenters. The company’s products include Netvisor OS, a distributed network operating system with bare-metal hardware programmability; E28Q Network Computing Appliance, a platform for various applications, including ToR and spine switching, cloud/rack controller, virtualization, and network services, as well as application/L4-7 hosting; F64 network computing appliances; E68 server switches; VCF insight analytics, a flow-based client-server oriented business intelligence solution for data centers; and supermicro microblade switches. It provides analytics appliance, open fabric W/analytics, open network virtualization, and DevOps networking solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Zebit UK LTD

Series D in 2012
Zebit UK LTD, owned by Global Analytics Holdings, was closed down in 2014, and was absorbed by Lending Stream, another GAH company. ---- Zebit is a short-term lender that offers loans with flexible repayment options. You can take out a loan of up to £800 for a month to 7 months; Zebit lets you choose your repayment on a weekly or monthly basis. Zebit runs an affordability analysis on all applications to evaluate whether you would be able to repay the loan in a sustainable manner. Upon approval, Zebit will send the money to your bank account within 4 minutes* with no transfer or application fees (the time that it takes for cash to appear in your account will depend on your bank’s policies and procedures). Zebit accepts applications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on bank holidays. Advantages 1. Upon approval, fund transfer initiated within 4 minutes* (the time that it takes for cash to appear in your account will depend on your bank’s policies and procedures). 2. Choose your repayment term – over 1 month up to 7 months. 3. Apply to borrow any amount, from £50 to £800. Disadvantages Lending of this type is an expensive form of credit that may be appropriate for short-term financial needs, but may not be appropriate for long-term borrowing - or if you are in financial difficulty. Terms and Conditions You need to be 18 years of age, or older, be in regular employment with a minimum monthly income of at least £400, and have a valid debit card and a working bank account. You should also be a UK resident. We currently do not lend to individuals who are self-employed. Costs, Rates & Fees Representative APR:1561.7% Representative Example:Annual Interest Rate: 314.7% (fixed).Total Amount of Credit: £100;Duration of Agreement:1 month; Total Cost of Credit: £25; Total Repayable: £ 125 on a loan of £100 for 1 month Extension:Not permitted **Please refer website to understand the fee structure and other details before you apply for a loan *Subject to loan approval, you will receive cash through Express Cash transfer option for free if supported by your bank. Zebit can initiate the transfer of funds into your account within 4 minutes after final approval of your loan subject to an assessment of affordability and creditworthiness.. The time that it takes for cash to appear in your account will depend on your bank’s policies and procedures

Aryaka Networks

Series C in 2014
[Aryaka](http://www.aryaka.com)'s Global SD-WAN provides optimized, software-defined network connectivity and application acceleration to globally distributed enterprises. Aryaka’s services have over 10 million users across more than 4,000 sites. Leading brands such as Skullcandy, Air China, Freescale Semiconductor, and ThoughtWorks, as well as partners such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Intelisys, and SK Broadband, have all chosen Aryaka for their enterprise-grade networking needs.

CardioDx

Series B in 2006
CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, develops tests for coronary artery disease (CAD), cardiac arrhythmia, and heart failure. It develops Corus CAD, a blood test that helps primary care clinicians and cardiologists to assess whether or not non-diabetic patient’s chest discomfort or other symptoms are due to obstructive CAD. The company serves customers in the United States. CardioDx, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California.

CardioDx

Private Equity Round in 2012
CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, develops tests for coronary artery disease (CAD), cardiac arrhythmia, and heart failure. It develops Corus CAD, a blood test that helps primary care clinicians and cardiologists to assess whether or not non-diabetic patient’s chest discomfort or other symptoms are due to obstructive CAD. The company serves customers in the United States. CardioDx, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Navera

Series B in 2014
Navera is a leading provider of cloud-based apps for real-time employee communications, delivering the knowledge and performance of a company’s HR professionals and their partners at their employees’ fingertips. Taking its lead from the champions of customer relationship management (CRM), Navera is bringing together personalization, analytics, and mobile technologies to employee communications management. Navera’s mobile and web-based apps deliver highly personalized communications with the ease and responsiveness of a best-in-class consumer app and are powered by “voice of the employee” analytics. Navera integrates information from multiple channels, HR applications, and third-party systems to put personal and company information at an employees’ fingertips—all from a single point of access.

Shutterfly

Series B in 2000
Your life events & everyday moments beautifully preserved and shared. Photo books, cards, stationery & gifts.

Quake Technologies

Series C in 2004
Quake Technologies is an innovative, global fabless semiconductor company with an established record of designing, developing and supplying physical layer (PHY) mixed-signal ICs for 10 Gigabit applications for enterprise, data and storage networking markets. Quake's new product development focuses on value-added features and anticipation of market trends while complying with all the necessary standards.

Navigenics

Venture Round in 2007
Navigenics, Inc. helps educate and empower individuals and their physicians with knowledge of their genetic predispositions, and then motivates them to act on the information to prevent the onset of disease, achieve earlier diagnosis, appropriately manage disease, or otherwise lessen its impact. Navigenics' lead investors are Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Sequoia Capital and MDV-Mohr Davidow Ventures.

Moblyng

Series C in 2010
[Moblyng](http://www.moblyng.com) is the leading publisher and developer of HTML5 based social games for mobile devices and social networks. Moblyng is a private company funded by Mohr Davidow Ventures, Deep Fork Capital and Motorola Mobility Ventures.
Coupa Software is an information technology company that specializes in the fields of procurement, finance, and cloud-based financial applications. The company offers cloud spend management (CSM) solutions that help companies control and gain visibility into their indirect spending while generating savings that go directly to the bottom line. It was founded in 2006 and headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Rocket Fuel

Series A in 2008
Rocket Fuel is a programmatic media-buying platform developing artificial intelligence to improve marketing ROI in digital media across web, mobile, video, and social channels. It combines the science of artificial intelligence with the scale of big data to improve the effectiveness of programmatic marketing. The platform can be used to achieve brand and direct-response objectives in diverse industries across North America, Europe, and APAC. Rocket Fuel currently offers a complete digital marketing hub that includes data management, programmatic media-buying, site optimization, and predictive analytics capabilities that extend across a marketer's paid and owned channels, and personalize every customer interaction. Rocket Fuel was launched in 2008 by Abhinav Gupta, Richard Frankel, and George John. It is based in Redwood City, C.A.

ParAccel

Series E in 2011
ParAccel accelerates analytics and helps companies accelerate, innovate, and compete. The ParAccel Analytic Platform combines an analytic database with advanced extensibility and integration technology to deliver big analytics anytime, anywhere. Fortune 1000 customers are testing the bounds of unconstrained analytics with the most prolific, most powerful, most expansive analytic platform. ParAccel, Inc. was originally founded in mid-2005 by Barry Zane, part of the founding team at Netezza. It maintains offices in Campbell, California (HQ) as well in San Diego, and London.

Nanosolar

Series B in 2005
Nanosolar prints solar cells and assembles panels to enable the most cost-efficient solar electricity. Nanosolars proprietary approach to printing CIGS (Copper, Indium, Gallium, Selenium) and nanoparticle inks using an annealing process minimizes the use of expensive, high vacuum deposition manufacturing equipment. This allows the Company to utilize equipment from the industrial printing and roll-to-roll manufacturing industries to produce solar-electric foil at high speeds, bringing the economics of printing to the world of solar PV semiconductor manufacturing.

Pixim

Series C in 2001
Pixim is a hardware company that builds chips for video cameras. Pixim's Digital Pixel System® technology revolutionizes the way video cameras capture and process images. Unlike traditional cameras, where each pixel cannot adjust to highlights and lowlights in the same scene, Pixim's patented Digital Pixel System® technology empowers hundreds of thousands of pixels to act like individual cameras constantly self-adjusting. This all-digital system enables Pixim-powered cameras to efficiently capture the whole picture, regardless of lighting condition or application – thus securing the highest resolution, natural color and clarity, while automatically eliminating image-compromising visual noise (e.g., glare, reflections). The result is more than superb image quality; it is accurate, actionable information that gives users the strength of certainty.

Visible Measures

Series E in 2012
Visible Measures Corporation provides content advertising technology. The company enables brands to compete for consumer engagement by maximizing their share of attention relative to media spend in video content advertising; and collects and analyzes video performance data from major brands across new content advertisement campaigns launched every month. Its data management platform stores large scale user-level data used to produce custom audience segments for targeting content advertising. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 31, 2017, Visible Measures Corporation operates as a subsidiary of AcuityAds US Inc.

Zagros Networks

Series B in 2002
Zagros Networks, Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company. The company focuses on building silicon and software solutions for metro and edge communications systems. Its rate-aware switching fabrics allow network system manufacturers to create switches and routers that provide a packet infrastructure.

Movaris

Series B in 2005
Solutions that integrate and manage financial close and other governance, risk and compliance processes

Visible Measures

Series F in 2014
Visible Measures Corporation provides content advertising technology. The company enables brands to compete for consumer engagement by maximizing their share of attention relative to media spend in video content advertising; and collects and analyzes video performance data from major brands across new content advertisement campaigns launched every month. Its data management platform stores large scale user-level data used to produce custom audience segments for targeting content advertising. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 31, 2017, Visible Measures Corporation operates as a subsidiary of AcuityAds US Inc.

HealthTap

Series A in 2011
HealthTap is rewiring healthcare. By delivering consumer-friendly access to healthcare, HealthTap improves the experience for both patients and doctors while saving time and reducing costs for all. HealthTap’s doctor-trained, augmented intelligence system guides users to the care they need and enables an instant connection to doctors and their knowledge. HealthTap serves its app to employers, insurance companies, health systems, and users around the world. More than 140,000 doctors and hundreds of millions of users in 170 countries trust HealthTap for instant access to healthcare — anytime, anywhere.

HealthTap

Seed Round in 2010
HealthTap is rewiring healthcare. By delivering consumer-friendly access to healthcare, HealthTap improves the experience for both patients and doctors while saving time and reducing costs for all. HealthTap’s doctor-trained, augmented intelligence system guides users to the care they need and enables an instant connection to doctors and their knowledge. HealthTap serves its app to employers, insurance companies, health systems, and users around the world. More than 140,000 doctors and hundreds of millions of users in 170 countries trust HealthTap for instant access to healthcare — anytime, anywhere.

CardioDx

Series C in 2008
CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, develops tests for coronary artery disease (CAD), cardiac arrhythmia, and heart failure. It develops Corus CAD, a blood test that helps primary care clinicians and cardiologists to assess whether or not non-diabetic patient’s chest discomfort or other symptoms are due to obstructive CAD. The company serves customers in the United States. CardioDx, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Kabbage

Debt Financing in 2019
Kabbage, Inc. provides small businesses access to automated funding through its financial services data and technology platform. It operates Kabbage, an automated and online lending platform to provide automated funding to businesses and support customer data monitoring. The company’s platform enables users to apply for the loan, submit data in real time, get the approval, and provides funding. It also offers The Kabbage card that allows customers to withdraw from their lines of credit for the amount of a purchase at any point-of-sale (POS) checkout; and The Kabbage Mobile App, an application which provides customers on-the-go access to their account and line of credit. Kabbage, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in New York, New York; San Francisco, California; Denver, Colorado; and Bengaluru, India.

Rocket Fuel

Series C in 2011
Rocket Fuel is a programmatic media-buying platform developing artificial intelligence to improve marketing ROI in digital media across web, mobile, video, and social channels. It combines the science of artificial intelligence with the scale of big data to improve the effectiveness of programmatic marketing. The platform can be used to achieve brand and direct-response objectives in diverse industries across North America, Europe, and APAC. Rocket Fuel currently offers a complete digital marketing hub that includes data management, programmatic media-buying, site optimization, and predictive analytics capabilities that extend across a marketer's paid and owned channels, and personalize every customer interaction. Rocket Fuel was launched in 2008 by Abhinav Gupta, Richard Frankel, and George John. It is based in Redwood City, C.A.

Marble Security

Series B in 2010
Marble’s mobile app risk management service enables enterprises to detect and control apps with malicious and privacy-leaking behaviors that frequently lead to advanced persistent threats (APTs), spear phishing attacks on employees, and other information security risks. The Marble service combines comprehensive, correlated threat intelligence across multiple data sources with an adaptive scoring engine that produces dynamic app risk scores for Android and iOS apps. Marble’s research and response team of analysts, developers and cybercrime specialists have analyzed millions of Android and iOS apps, testing for risky and dangerous behaviors including malware, spyware, data leakage and apps that take users to phishing sites, or communicate with botnet command and control servers. Marble can provide data feeds, formatted reports, or can integrate directly with mobile device management (MDM) or enterprise mobile management (EMM) solutions, providing granular risk control for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

nLIGHT

Series B in 2002
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Wello

Seed Round in 2012
Wello is an online platform offering live fitness training over two-way video. It provides an affordable and easy way for its users to workout with a live fitness professional of their choice. Its first product called 1-on-1 personal training was launched in 2012. In 2013, Wello completed the program at Rock Health and became part of a prolific network of the best digital health companies in the country. It matches clients with the right Wello-vetted trainer and workout program for them, provides seamless scheduling and payment, and establishes the live video connection for the workout to take place. Wello was launched in 2011 by Stanford MBA students Ann Scott Plante and Leslie Silverglide. It is based in San Francisco, C.A.

CardioDx

Series D in 2010
CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, develops tests for coronary artery disease (CAD), cardiac arrhythmia, and heart failure. It develops Corus CAD, a blood test that helps primary care clinicians and cardiologists to assess whether or not non-diabetic patient’s chest discomfort or other symptoms are due to obstructive CAD. The company serves customers in the United States. CardioDx, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Onvia

Series B in 1999
As of November 17, 2017, operates as a subsidiary of Project Diamond Intermediate Holdings Corporation.

Crescendo Bioscience

Series A in 2007
Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. develops quantitative and objective diagnostic tools to provide rheumatologists with clinical insights to manage patients with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It provides diagnostic, prognostic, staging, therapy selection, and monitoring facilities to physicians. Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. was formerly known as Riley Genomics, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in South San Francisco, California.

Tuition.io, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Tuition.io, Inc. operates a platform that allows users to manage their student loan portfolio. The company’s platform facilitates to view and manage federal family education loans, federal direct loans, and private loans from a variety of servicers. It also enables global companies to offer a benefit that their employees really need, while helping them attract, engage, and retain top talent. Tuition.io, Inc. was formerly known as Binksty and changed its name to Tuition.io, Inc. in July 2012. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Webscale Networks, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Webscale Networks, Inc. develops Webscale, an integrated Web application delivery solution. Its cloud-based Web application delivery solution offers auto scaling Web application layer that uses predictive analytics and big data to monitor the user traffic; auto scaling application delivery controller (ADC) layer that automatically scale out the ADC to meet network and CPU demands; Webscale API, which configures service from RESTful API; Webscale integration layer that simplifies the extension of the Webscale service to new IaaS providers and CDNs; and content optimization, security and Web application firewall, L7 load balancing, caching, self-healing, DNS management, visibility, and mobile optimization features. The company also offers Webscale E-commerce Cloud Platform that provides a customizable solution for easy deployment of e-commerce applications globally; Webscale Multi-Cloud Disaster Recovery, a multi-cloud resiliency solution for e-commerce applications; Cloud Bot Manager, a cloud-native bot management solution focused on e-commerce applications; and enterprise solutions. Webscale Networks, Inc. was formerly known as Lagrange Systems, Inc. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Boulder, Colorado; and Bengaluru, India.

nLIGHT

Series C in 2004
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

BuildDirect

Series D in 2018
BuildDirect Technologies Inc. owns and operates an online marketplace for home improvement products. The company offers BuildDirect Gateway, which is a global supply chain platform for heavyweight goods. It enables third party the ability to access BuildDirect’s advanced network of warehousing services, ground and ocean logistics for any part of the shipping journey, from point of manufacture through last-mile delivery. The company’s product categories include flooring, decking, building materials, outdoor, kitchen and bath, moldings and accessories, and doors. BuildDirect Technologies Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Vancouver, Canada with warehouses in North America.

Analyte Health

Venture Round in 2012
Analyte Health is an integrated healthcare partner that connects patients and providers with laboratory testing services. We focus on creating an outstanding patient experience by making lab testing more convenient, accessible, and faster than traditional brick and mortar office visits. On average, we reduce the office visit and lab testing turnaround time from weeks to three days or less. Analyte Health has consistently achieved a Net Promoter Score of 70 or higher. To learn more, please visit www.analytehealth.com.

Carrier IQ

Series B in 2007
Carrier IQ is a Mobile Service Intelligence solution provider for mobile network operators and equipment vendors.

Storefront

Seed Round in 2013
Storefront, Inc. operates an online marketplace for artists, designers, and brands to find and rent retail space in San Francisco and New York, as well as temporary spaces at shopping center properties in Canada. The company lists spaces from a booth at a street fair to a space inside a boutique store and to an entire store on a busy street. It also enables store owners, brokers, or landlords to make money from their spaces. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Mantara

Venture Round in 2011
Mantara is transforming the world of securities trading by delivering advanced technology solutions that fulfill the market demand for integrated multi-asset, high-speed trading and analytics. Mantara is committed to transforming the way that equities, options and futures are traded worldwide. Fueled by demand for trading efficiency, transparency and functionality, Mantara is driving the development and delivery of an entirely new class of solutions that raise the bar and exceed market expectations for this space.

Navisite, LLC

Post in 2000
Navisite is a leading provider of cloud enabled enterprise hosting and application management services. The company provides a complete array of customized IT-as-a-service solutions and help SMBs to reduce the cost and complexity of managing and supporting their IT infrastrcture. Data Centers NaviSite operates 15 Data Centers located across the US and UK, including 4 SAS 70 Type II certified centers. Outlined below is the list of NaviSite's Data Centers: Andover Data Center Charlotte Data Center Chicago Data Center Dallas Data Center Houston Data Center Las Vegas Data Center London Data Center Minneapolis Data Center New York Data Center Oak Brook Data Center San Francisco Data Center San Jose Data Center Syracuse Data Center Vienna Data Center Woking Data Center

WorkFusion, Inc.

Series B in 2014
WorkFusion is accelerating the world’s transition to more meaningful work. Our Intelligent Automation solutions are powered by pre-trained ExpertBots, proprietary artificial intelligence technology and advanced analytics, working together to automate a wide range of business processes. The world’s leading organizations use WorkFusion to automate their operations with ease and speed, helping them up-skill employees, reduce costs and unlock growth like never before. WorkFusion is headquartered in New York City with operations throughout Europe and Asia. Learn more at workfusion.com

Pacific Biosciences

Series D in 2007
Pacific Biosciences designs, develops, and manufactures sequencing systems to resolve genetically complex problems. Its single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing technology enables single molecule real-time detection of biological processes. Pacific Biosciences offers PacBio RS II and Sequel Systems that conducts, monitors, and analyzes single molecule biochemical reactions in real time. It also provides consumable products, including SMRT cells, as well as various reagent kits, such as template preparation, binding, and sequencing kits. Pacific Biosciences' customers include research institutions; commercial laboratories; genome centers; clinical, government, and academic institutions; genomics service providers; pharmaceutical companies; and agricultural companies. It markets its products through a direct sales force in North America and Europe, as well as primarily through distribution partners in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Joseph Bonventre and Stephen Turner founded Nanofluidics in 2000 that laterbecame Pacific Biosciences. Its headquarters is in Menlo Park in California.

Crescendo Bioscience

Series D in 2013
Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. develops quantitative and objective diagnostic tools to provide rheumatologists with clinical insights to manage patients with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It provides diagnostic, prognostic, staging, therapy selection, and monitoring facilities to physicians. Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. was formerly known as Riley Genomics, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in South San Francisco, California.

OPX Biotechnologies

Series B in 2009
OPX Biotechnologies, Inc. is a Colorado-based bioproducts company using proprietary bioengineering technology to convert renewable feedstocks into biofuels and green chemistry products. The OPX EDGE - Efficiency Directed Genome Engineering - technology platform rapid, rational, and robust optimization of microbes and bioprocesses to achieve equivalent product performance with improved sustainability at lower cost versus petroleum based alternatives.

PBworks

Venture Round in 2007
PBworks is a real-time creative collaborative editing software that enables businesses to interact with their clients in a timely, participative atmosphere. Users can create free basic wiki workspaces or upgrade to a premium plan to access additional features such as enhanced security features, customization through CSS, and more storage space. Workspaces can be either public or private. The software service is only available in English. A number of businesses and corporations use PBworks to create private wikis for employees; one case study described a legal firm which had transitioned to PBworks as a document management system in order to cut their IT costs. Clients also use PBworks as a host for internal documents, including CafePress.com, Capgemini, Deloitte, the Financial Times, Kiva, and Wideload Games while educational groups who are known to use PBworks include DePaul University, the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago, the University of Toronto, the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and Wayne State University. PBworks was founded by David Weekly, Ramit Sethi, and Nathan Schmidt in 2005 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Doxo

Series B in 2011
doxo is an all-in-one bill pay service that facilitates secure payment to any biller with any payment method on any device. It currently serves over 4 million users who make payments to 75,000+ local and national businesses, making doxo the largest bill pay directory in the nation. Billers on the network get paid directly and consumers have complete bills pay independence over when and how they pay their bills. The company more than doubled its customer base in 2018 and is expanding its team to further accelerate growth and change the bill pay landscape to focus on the customer. doxo investors include MDV, Sigma Partners, and Bezos Expeditions.

BandPage, Inc.

Series B in 2011
BandPage, Inc. operates a music-sharing platform for musicians to connect with and retain fans. The company’s platform enables musicians to manage their online presence by uploading their profile, bio, pictures, videos, tracks, and tour dates; and updates that information across the Web, including Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, VEVO, Xbox Music, Pandora, WordPress, their website, and more to help in growing their fanbase. It also provides BandPage Everywhere, a new tool for musicians to update their profiles, content, Websites, and blogs on BandPage; and BandPage Connect, which allows musicians to connect to various platforms. BandPage, Inc. was formerly known as RootMusic, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 12, 2016, BandPage, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of YouTube, LLC.

iRhythm Technologies, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2012
iRhythm provides innovative and cost-effective diagnostic monitoring solutions that facilitate early diagnosis and treatment decisions, with the goal of ultimately improving patient health outcomes and reducing wasteful healthcare spending. Its flagship product, the Zio® Patch, is designed to optimize and simplify the diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias. Zio® Patch is the smallest, lightest, least conspicuous cardiac arrhythmia diagnostic available and is indicated for up to 14-day monitoring.

Cenzic

Series C in 2005
Cenzic provides application security testing for enterprise software to Software as a Service, going beyond signature-based tools to automatically find application vulnerabilities.

Accelerant Networks

Series B in 2000
CMOS based transceivers for serial backplane communication and future broadband infrastructure semiconductor solutions. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Accelerant delivers high-speed backplane transceivers specifically for network equipment manufacturers. The company's semiconductor solutions are targeted specifically at increasing speed, distance and reliability of line card to line card communication inside network equipment. A

Pluribus Networks, Inc.

Series B in 2011
Pluribus Networks, Inc. specializes in network virtualization for private and public cloud datacenters. The company’s products include Netvisor OS, a distributed network operating system with bare-metal hardware programmability; E28Q Network Computing Appliance, a platform for various applications, including ToR and spine switching, cloud/rack controller, virtualization, and network services, as well as application/L4-7 hosting; F64 network computing appliances; E68 server switches; VCF insight analytics, a flow-based client-server oriented business intelligence solution for data centers; and supermicro microblade switches. It provides analytics appliance, open fabric W/analytics, open network virtualization, and DevOps networking solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Nanosolar

Series C in 2006
Nanosolar prints solar cells and assembles panels to enable the most cost-efficient solar electricity. Nanosolars proprietary approach to printing CIGS (Copper, Indium, Gallium, Selenium) and nanoparticle inks using an annealing process minimizes the use of expensive, high vacuum deposition manufacturing equipment. This allows the Company to utilize equipment from the industrial printing and roll-to-roll manufacturing industries to produce solar-electric foil at high speeds, bringing the economics of printing to the world of solar PV semiconductor manufacturing.

DVS Sciences

Series A in 2011
DVS Sciences, Inc. manufactures and has global distribution of novel bioanalytical solutions for use in biomarker discovery, biological research and possible clinical applications. The patented multi-parameter solution comprises a high-throughput mass cytometer for quantitative individual cell analysis, CyTOF®, and a suite of MAXPAR® reagents, which include stable-isotope-tagged antibodies. The CyTOF – MAXPAR system overcomes the limitations of conventional flow cytometry, simplifies sample preparation and simultaneously identifies up to 100 biomarkers with high resolution and wide dynamic range. CyTOF systems are installed in leading laboratories across the U.S., Canada and Asia.

hi5

Series A in 2007
Founded in 2003, hi5 today is one of the largest social entertainment sites in the world, with approximately 50 million monthly unique visitors who use the site to stay connected to friends, meet new people, share photos, and play games. Available in over 50 languages, hi5 combines ad-supported social networking features with payment-based premium content to deliver a user experience focused on self-expression and interactivity that appeals to the site's young demographic (67% of users are age 18-34). Social games, virtual goods, and other premium content on the site is monetized through hi5 Coins, a virtual currency supporting over 60 payment methods and 30 currencies worldwide. The site also supports third-party games and other applications through its OpenSocial platform.

ParAccel

Series C in 2009
ParAccel accelerates analytics and helps companies accelerate, innovate, and compete. The ParAccel Analytic Platform combines an analytic database with advanced extensibility and integration technology to deliver big analytics anytime, anywhere. Fortune 1000 customers are testing the bounds of unconstrained analytics with the most prolific, most powerful, most expansive analytic platform. ParAccel, Inc. was originally founded in mid-2005 by Barry Zane, part of the founding team at Netezza. It maintains offices in Campbell, California (HQ) as well in San Diego, and London.

Kabbage

Series D in 2014
Kabbage, Inc. provides small businesses access to automated funding through its financial services data and technology platform. It operates Kabbage, an automated and online lending platform to provide automated funding to businesses and support customer data monitoring. The company’s platform enables users to apply for the loan, submit data in real time, get the approval, and provides funding. It also offers The Kabbage card that allows customers to withdraw from their lines of credit for the amount of a purchase at any point-of-sale (POS) checkout; and The Kabbage Mobile App, an application which provides customers on-the-go access to their account and line of credit. Kabbage, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in New York, New York; San Francisco, California; Denver, Colorado; and Bengaluru, India.

ParAccel

Series B in 2007
ParAccel accelerates analytics and helps companies accelerate, innovate, and compete. The ParAccel Analytic Platform combines an analytic database with advanced extensibility and integration technology to deliver big analytics anytime, anywhere. Fortune 1000 customers are testing the bounds of unconstrained analytics with the most prolific, most powerful, most expansive analytic platform. ParAccel, Inc. was originally founded in mid-2005 by Barry Zane, part of the founding team at Netezza. It maintains offices in Campbell, California (HQ) as well in San Diego, and London.

Tiny Pictures

Series A in 2007
Your mobile phone is your social network. An always-on, always-with-you connection to the people in your life. At Tiny, they believe that it's not a "device" and it's not a "tool." It's an extension of you, and it's a part of whatever you're doing. The camera embedded in your phone has less to do with "photography" and more to do with communication and shared experience and conversation. We believe there's a remarkable shift happening in the way we communicate. A shift borne of the immediacy and intimacy of mobile and the ease and richness of imagery. Our mission is to combine these two.

Rocket Fuel

Venture Round in 2009
Rocket Fuel is a programmatic media-buying platform developing artificial intelligence to improve marketing ROI in digital media across web, mobile, video, and social channels. It combines the science of artificial intelligence with the scale of big data to improve the effectiveness of programmatic marketing. The platform can be used to achieve brand and direct-response objectives in diverse industries across North America, Europe, and APAC. Rocket Fuel currently offers a complete digital marketing hub that includes data management, programmatic media-buying, site optimization, and predictive analytics capabilities that extend across a marketer's paid and owned channels, and personalize every customer interaction. Rocket Fuel was launched in 2008 by Abhinav Gupta, Richard Frankel, and George John. It is based in Redwood City, C.A.

Mantara

Series C in 2009
Mantara is transforming the world of securities trading by delivering advanced technology solutions that fulfill the market demand for integrated multi-asset, high-speed trading and analytics. Mantara is committed to transforming the way that equities, options and futures are traded worldwide. Fueled by demand for trading efficiency, transparency and functionality, Mantara is driving the development and delivery of an entirely new class of solutions that raise the bar and exceed market expectations for this space.

AudienceScience

Series D in 2004
AudienceScience has transformed how global advertisers measurably connect their consumers, data, and media with an easy to use and fully transparent Enterprise Advertising Management system. It specializes in the fields of digital media, advertising platforms, and SaaS. It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

Savi Technology, Inc.

Series B in 2000
Savi is the leader in applying big data analytics, data science, and machine learning to in-transit visibility. We develop innovative Internet of Things (IoT) and in-transit visibility solutions for the largest and most complex supply chains in the world. More than 1,000 companies and government organizations depend on Savi applications to reduce supply chain disruptions, improve delivery performance, and decrease logistics costs. For more information about Savi visit www.savi.com.

Visible Measures

Series C in 2009
Visible Measures Corporation provides content advertising technology. The company enables brands to compete for consumer engagement by maximizing their share of attention relative to media spend in video content advertising; and collects and analyzes video performance data from major brands across new content advertisement campaigns launched every month. Its data management platform stores large scale user-level data used to produce custom audience segments for targeting content advertising. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 31, 2017, Visible Measures Corporation operates as a subsidiary of AcuityAds US Inc.

Quake Technologies

Series A in 2000
Quake Technologies is an innovative, global fabless semiconductor company with an established record of designing, developing and supplying physical layer (PHY) mixed-signal ICs for 10 Gigabit applications for enterprise, data and storage networking markets. Quake's new product development focuses on value-added features and anticipation of market trends while complying with all the necessary standards.

SIPX, Inc.

Series A in 2012
SIPX (pronounced “sip-ex”) is an exciting new company based in Palo Alto, California. Backed by the leading venture, corporate, and angel investors, our mission is to simplify the complex processes involved in legally accessing digital content for the higher education marketplace. It was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

ZeaChem

Series C in 2012
ZeaChem will change the world by creating high margin and sustainable alternatives to petroleum-based fuels and chemicals. Able to use wood chips, wheat straw, corn stover, or grasses to make a range of drop-in products for the $1T+ chemicals and fuels markets, ZeaChem can profit today without any subsidies and is competitive with $50 per barrel oil. ZeaChem’s advantage centers around its fermentation process which converts 100% of the carbon in the sugars into end products, delivering unmatched yields

On-Q-ity

Series A in 2009
On-Q-ity is an innovative diagnostic company that is focused on providing physicians with the tools they need to make the best decision when treating individual cancer patients. There platform will enable better decision-making across multiple cancers: improving the quality of life for patients and ultimately increasing survival. Products currently in development are based on two core technologies: 1) DNA repair biomarkers that predict treatment response and 2) Microfluidic chip technology that enables capture, enumeration and characterization of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in the bloodstream.

Ruby Ribbon, Inc.

Series B in 2013
Ruby Ribbon is a new social commerce apparel company, supported by a nationwide network of independent personal Stylists . With cutting edge fabrics and forward thinking designs, the company has produced a unique line of fashionable wardrobe basics, sold exclusively through in-home Trunk Shows. Stylists, armed with mobile applications and other trending technologies, are able to build their own independent businesses while drawing inspiration from Ruby Ribbon's core beliefs: entrepreneurship, friendship and camaraderie. Founded in 2011 with an early stage investment from Trinity Partners, Ruby Ribbon is based in Burlingame, CA and New York City.

Cenzic

Series B in 2003
Cenzic provides application security testing for enterprise software to Software as a Service, going beyond signature-based tools to automatically find application vulnerabilities.

Bio Architecture Lab

Seed Round in 2008
Bio Architecture Lab is a pioneer in the application of synthetic biology and enzyme design to the development of biofuels and renewable chemicals from aquafarmed, native macroalgae (seaweed), which is a low cost, scalable, and sustainable biomass.

Sequenta

Series C in 2013
Sequenta is a venture funded biotech company dedicated to the discovery and development of clinical diagnostics based on a revolutionary new platform for understanding immune system status. A profound revolution in the cost of DNA sequencing has enabled the company to develop brand new approaches to measuring the most variable part of the human genome: the immune cell receptor genes. The incredible diversity created by these genes are at the heart of a large number of conditions critical to human health and disease allowing the company to be in a position to inform a large number of clinical decisions using a single powerful assay. The company was founded in 2008 by entrepreneurs who previously founded ParaAllele BioScience, a successful startup company sold to Affymetrix in 2005.

Nanosolar

Private Equity Round in 2012
Nanosolar prints solar cells and assembles panels to enable the most cost-efficient solar electricity. Nanosolars proprietary approach to printing CIGS (Copper, Indium, Gallium, Selenium) and nanoparticle inks using an annealing process minimizes the use of expensive, high vacuum deposition manufacturing equipment. This allows the Company to utilize equipment from the industrial printing and roll-to-roll manufacturing industries to produce solar-electric foil at high speeds, bringing the economics of printing to the world of solar PV semiconductor manufacturing.

PBworks

Series A in 2008
PBworks is a real-time creative collaborative editing software that enables businesses to interact with their clients in a timely, participative atmosphere. Users can create free basic wiki workspaces or upgrade to a premium plan to access additional features such as enhanced security features, customization through CSS, and more storage space. Workspaces can be either public or private. The software service is only available in English. A number of businesses and corporations use PBworks to create private wikis for employees; one case study described a legal firm which had transitioned to PBworks as a document management system in order to cut their IT costs. Clients also use PBworks as a host for internal documents, including CafePress.com, Capgemini, Deloitte, the Financial Times, Kiva, and Wideload Games while educational groups who are known to use PBworks include DePaul University, the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago, the University of Toronto, the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and Wayne State University. PBworks was founded by David Weekly, Ramit Sethi, and Nathan Schmidt in 2005 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

SiteRock

Series B in 2000
SiteROCK’s suite of services optimize the performance and availability of business critical IT infrastructures, improve the quality of IT service delivery enterprise–wide and provide timely, integrated IT management information - while enabling they clients to dramatically reduce costs.

Visible Measures

Series B in 2008
Visible Measures Corporation provides content advertising technology. The company enables brands to compete for consumer engagement by maximizing their share of attention relative to media spend in video content advertising; and collects and analyzes video performance data from major brands across new content advertisement campaigns launched every month. Its data management platform stores large scale user-level data used to produce custom audience segments for targeting content advertising. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 31, 2017, Visible Measures Corporation operates as a subsidiary of AcuityAds US Inc.

RingCube Technologies

Venture Round in 2010
Desktop virtualization services

Brion Technologies

Series A in 2002
Brion Technologies is a division of ASML and an industry leader in computational lithography for integrated circuits. Brion’s Tachyon™ platform enables capabilities that address chip design, photomask making and wafer printing for semiconductor manufacturing. Brion’s LithoTuner™ platform enables lithography optimization for ASML’s leading photo lithography tools, known as ‘scanners’. ASML is one of the world’s leading providers of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry, manufacturing complex machines that are critical to the production of integrated circuits or chips. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML is traded on Euronext Amsterdam and NASDAQ under the symbol ASML. ASML has almost 8,000 employees on payroll (expressed in full time equivalents), serving chip manufacturers in more than 55 locations in 16 countries.

Carrier IQ

Series C in 2009
Carrier IQ is a Mobile Service Intelligence solution provider for mobile network operators and equipment vendors.

OneSpot, Inc.

Venture Round in 2017
OneSpot, Inc., a content advertising company, provides content marketing platform that drives personalized, repeat engagement with branded content across Websites, email, mobile, social, display, and paid media channels. It offers a platform that enables users to make content personalization and repeat engagement work across various channels. OneSpot, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is based in Austin, Texas with additional offices in New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois; and San Francisco, California.

Carrier IQ

Series D in 2010
Carrier IQ is a Mobile Service Intelligence solution provider for mobile network operators and equipment vendors.

Neon Labs

Series A in 2014
Neon helps digital marketers achieve higher click through rates, better engagement and pipeline acceleration. We have the world’s only neuroscience-based machine learning system for predicting which images users will click on. Neon for Video is an enterprise-scale visual content performance platform proven to increase video views by an average of 24% through real-time optimization of images.

Genomatica, Inc.

Series D in 2012
Genomatica, Inc. delivers manufacturing processes to produce intermediate and basic chemicals from renewable feedstocks. The company’s proprietary biotechnology platform allows the company to create fermentation-based manufacturing processes and to engineer the enabling microorganisms that drive the conversion of renewable feedstocks into intermediate and basic chemicals. It is developing a pipeline of manufacturing processes for the production of 20 intermediate and basic chemicals, including butanediol and butadiene. The company intends to offer its chemical products to large consumer products or chemical companies. Genomatica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

On-Q-ity

Series B in 2012
On-Q-ity is an innovative diagnostic company that is focused on providing physicians with the tools they need to make the best decision when treating individual cancer patients. There platform will enable better decision-making across multiple cancers: improving the quality of life for patients and ultimately increasing survival. Products currently in development are based on two core technologies: 1) DNA repair biomarkers that predict treatment response and 2) Microfluidic chip technology that enables capture, enumeration and characterization of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in the bloodstream.

Woven Systems

Series B in 2007
Woven Systems™ is an innovative network infrastructure provider focused on designing and building massively scalable Ethernet fabric switching solutions for Enterprise, and Internet data centers. Woven offers the only solutions that use Dynamic Congestion Avoidance to automatically balance traffic for delivering the industry's highest performance and lowest latency — all conveniently packaged in an energy-efficient chassis.

Pixim

Venture Round in 2005
Pixim is a hardware company that builds chips for video cameras. Pixim's Digital Pixel System® technology revolutionizes the way video cameras capture and process images. Unlike traditional cameras, where each pixel cannot adjust to highlights and lowlights in the same scene, Pixim's patented Digital Pixel System® technology empowers hundreds of thousands of pixels to act like individual cameras constantly self-adjusting. This all-digital system enables Pixim-powered cameras to efficiently capture the whole picture, regardless of lighting condition or application – thus securing the highest resolution, natural color and clarity, while automatically eliminating image-compromising visual noise (e.g., glare, reflections). The result is more than superb image quality; it is accurate, actionable information that gives users the strength of certainty.

Sensity Systems

Venture Round in 2013
Sensity Systems capitalizes on conversions to LED lighting—a process that will affect 4 billion lights worldwide over the next few years—to create a high-speed, sensor-based, multiservice, open networking platform known as a Light Sensory Network (LSN). LSNs help lighting owners improve lighting control and energy efficiency, as well as business processes that go well beyond lighting. By embedding networking technology and sensors within LED luminaires themselves, Sensity uses energy-efficient LED lighting as the foundation for its turnkey NetSense platform, the first Light Sensory Network implementation. By working closely with developers of software applications and services that run on the NetSense platform, Sensity enables facility and municipal lighting owners to link energy efficiency and cost savings to the improvement of business goals as diverse as public safety, parking control, asset management, and retail analytics. Sensity is the first company that has assembled all the relevant technology expertise, process integration know-how, and strong partnerships required to make the Light Sensory Network a reality. Privately held Sensity Systems, founded in 2010 and previously known as Xeralux Inc., is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. The company’s global customers include Fortune 500 businesses, commercial and industrial property owners, retail facilities, municipal and regional agencies, universities, school districts, hospitals, transportation authorities, warehousing and distribution facilities, and horticulture operations.

Cenzic

Series B in 2004
Cenzic provides application security testing for enterprise software to Software as a Service, going beyond signature-based tools to automatically find application vulnerabilities.

Visible Measures

Series A in 2007
Visible Measures Corporation provides content advertising technology. The company enables brands to compete for consumer engagement by maximizing their share of attention relative to media spend in video content advertising; and collects and analyzes video performance data from major brands across new content advertisement campaigns launched every month. Its data management platform stores large scale user-level data used to produce custom audience segments for targeting content advertising. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 31, 2017, Visible Measures Corporation operates as a subsidiary of AcuityAds US Inc.

SIPX, Inc.

Series B in 2013
SIPX (pronounced “sip-ex”) is an exciting new company based in Palo Alto, California. Backed by the leading venture, corporate, and angel investors, our mission is to simplify the complex processes involved in legally accessing digital content for the higher education marketplace. It was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

AirPR

Series B in 2016
AirPR is the data science company for communications and PR. We empower marketing and communications professionals to shape outcomes by uncovering PR’s direct connection to business metrics. Powering the AirPR data-driven platform is the world’s largest collection of communications content that helps ensure marketing and public relations efforts receive full credit for driving business results.

The Personal Bee

Venture Round in 2006
The Personal Bee is a brand-new, new-media company with one foot planted firmly in Silicon Valley and the other on the other side of San Francisco Bay in the Berkeley Arts and Commerce District (yes, there really is such a place). In a nutshell, they're dedicated to helping information producers and consumers capture the essential buzz from the roar of information washing over them all everyday.

Crescendo Bioscience

Series C in 2011
Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. develops quantitative and objective diagnostic tools to provide rheumatologists with clinical insights to manage patients with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It provides diagnostic, prognostic, staging, therapy selection, and monitoring facilities to physicians. Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. was formerly known as Riley Genomics, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in South San Francisco, California.

Scalix

Series B in 2006
Scalix has created the industry's most powerful email and calendaring platform on Linux. Scalix offers rich functionality on a highly reliable and scalable platform that significantly reduces cost of ownership. Based on an open systems architecture, Scalix's next-generation messaging platform is based on a proven technology foundation, HP OpenMail, which Scalix licensed from Hewlett-Packard. Scalix's veteran team has helped pioneer the world's best messaging systems at IBM, Lotus, Microsoft, cc:Mail, and Hewlett-Packard. The privately held company is backed by Mayfield, New Enterprise Associates and Mohr Davidow Ventures and is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., with offices in New York, Chicago, United Kingdom and Germany.

Cenzic

Series A in 2002
Cenzic provides application security testing for enterprise software to Software as a Service, going beyond signature-based tools to automatically find application vulnerabilities.

VirtuOz

Private Equity Round in 2012
Intelligent virtual agents for enterprises to ensure quality user experience

hi5

Debt Financing in 2009
Founded in 2003, hi5 today is one of the largest social entertainment sites in the world, with approximately 50 million monthly unique visitors who use the site to stay connected to friends, meet new people, share photos, and play games. Available in over 50 languages, hi5 combines ad-supported social networking features with payment-based premium content to deliver a user experience focused on self-expression and interactivity that appeals to the site's young demographic (67% of users are age 18-34). Social games, virtual goods, and other premium content on the site is monetized through hi5 Coins, a virtual currency supporting over 60 payment methods and 30 currencies worldwide. The site also supports third-party games and other applications through its OpenSocial platform.

ONI Systems

Venture Round in 2000
ONI Systems develops and markets optical telecommunications systems designed to address bandwidth & service limitations of regional and metropolitan networks.

Finsphere

Venture Round in 2012
Finsphere Corporation provides mobile identity-authentication services platform that enable financial institutions, retail payment networks, and mobile network operators to protect against fraud and enhance customer experiences. It offers solutions for wireless engineering and geospatial analysis, risk and authentication analytics, analytic models, real-time processing, identity and risk management, adaptive access, and loyalty and marketing offers. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Bellevue, Washington.

Andale

Venture Round in 2000
As of November 15, 2006, Andale, Inc. was acquired by Vendio Services, Inc. Andale, Inc. provides auction management, and research and analytics services to auction sellers. It offers research tools that provide pricing research, reports, selling recommendations, suppliers of product, and sales analysis for online merchants; a suite of auction tools, which provides auction automation and management services; store tools that offer the fixed price storefront and tools to distribute listings to shopping sites; and merchant solutions, which offer downloadable software suites for online enterprises. The company serves online merchants, including auction sellers, casual sellers, and small and medium size online businesses in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Andale, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with an additional office in Bangalore, India.

Rocket Fuel

Series B in 2010
Rocket Fuel is a programmatic media-buying platform developing artificial intelligence to improve marketing ROI in digital media across web, mobile, video, and social channels. It combines the science of artificial intelligence with the scale of big data to improve the effectiveness of programmatic marketing. The platform can be used to achieve brand and direct-response objectives in diverse industries across North America, Europe, and APAC. Rocket Fuel currently offers a complete digital marketing hub that includes data management, programmatic media-buying, site optimization, and predictive analytics capabilities that extend across a marketer's paid and owned channels, and personalize every customer interaction. Rocket Fuel was launched in 2008 by Abhinav Gupta, Richard Frankel, and George John. It is based in Redwood City, C.A.

Proofpoint, Inc.

Series C in 2004
Proofpoint Inc. is a leading next-generation security and compliance company that provides cloud-based solutions to protect the way people work today. Proofpoint solutions enable organizations to protect their users from advanced attacks delivered via email, social media and mobile apps, protect the information their users create from advanced attacks and compliance risks, and respond quickly when incidents occur. SAAS SECURITY & COMPLIANCE SUITE Enterprise Email Archiving: The email archiving solution supports eDiscovery, regulatory compliance and email storage management. Enterprise Email Protection: Provides inbound and outbound email security and management to protect from outside threats including spam, phishing, unpredictable email volumes, malware and other forms of objectionable or dangerous content before they hit the enterprise perimeter. Enterprise Privacy: Protects private information in email, defends against leaks of confidential information and ensures compliance with common international, industry and US data protection regulations—including HIPAA, GLBA and PCI-DSS. PRODUCT ADD-ONS Policy-Based Email Encryption: Mitigates regulatory violations, data loss and corporate policy violations, without adversely impacting business operations. Secure File Transfer: Adds secure, easy-to-use large file transfer capabilities to an organization's Proofpoint deployment CUSTOMERS Proofpoint provides email security, encryption, archiving and data loss prevention solutions for over 3,000 enterprise-level accounts including global enterprises, universities and government agencies. Proofpoint, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

OPX Biotechnologies

Series C in 2011
OPX Biotechnologies, Inc. is a Colorado-based bioproducts company using proprietary bioengineering technology to convert renewable feedstocks into biofuels and green chemistry products. The OPX EDGE - Efficiency Directed Genome Engineering - technology platform rapid, rational, and robust optimization of microbes and bioprocesses to achieve equivalent product performance with improved sustainability at lower cost versus petroleum based alternatives.

Energy Innovations

Venture Round in 2005
From its founding in 2001, Energy Innovations believed in the promise of concentrated solar. We believed in the promise of higher energy production, lower cost and ultimately, the lowest cost of energy. Today we stand ready to realize that promise. With the introduction of our new Sunflower HCPV solution, we have harnessed the power of 1,200 suns to achieve an astounding 30% module efficiency. But we didn't stop there — with our holistic approach, we also created the world's simplest and lowest-cost HCPV solution to install.

Xambala, Inc.

Series C in 2007
Xambala, Inc. provides electronic liquidity to capital markets. The company develops networking and computing technologies to improve liquidity and reduces transaction costs for large and small investors. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Quake Technologies

Series B in 2001
Quake Technologies is an innovative, global fabless semiconductor company with an established record of designing, developing and supplying physical layer (PHY) mixed-signal ICs for 10 Gigabit applications for enterprise, data and storage networking markets. Quake's new product development focuses on value-added features and anticipation of market trends while complying with all the necessary standards.

SodaHead

Series B in 2008
SodaHead Inc., provides best in class polling technology for world class media companies including ESPN, ABC News, Good Morning America, LA Times and Warner Brothers Television. SodaHead's media partner offerings include polling content management systems and analytics, broadcast to mobile polling integration and social polling initiatives, among others.

nLIGHT

Series E in 2011
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

GridIron Systems

Private Equity Round in 2012
GridIron Systems, founded in 2007, is a venture-backed company based in Sunnyvale, California, focused on hardware and software solutions that accelerate today’s data-driven enterprises and service provider organizations. Specifically, GridIron’s mission is to help these organizations remove performance bottlenecks in their data centers – particularly within their data storage infrastructure – to significantly improve the response time of the critical applications that power their business. The members of the GridIron management team have been instrumental in the growth and success of many leading technology companies, including Force 10 Networks, Brocade, Extreme Networks, Palo Alto Networks, and Sierra Monolithics.

Splice Machine, Inc.

Series A in 2012
Splice Machine is a data platform that offers offline, and batch analysis, and powers intelligent applications for operational workflows. Splice Machine is disrupting the $30 billion traditional database world with the open-source dual-engine RDBMS for mixed operational and analytical workloads, powered by Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark. The Splice Machine RDBMS executes operational workloads on Apache HBase® and analytical workloads on Apache Spark. Splice Machine makes it easy to develop and create modern, real-time, scalable applications, or to offload operational and analytical workloads from expensive Oracle, Teradata, and Netezza systems. Typical use cases are ETL, operational reporting, or real-time applications.

CardioDx

Private Equity Round in 2011
CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, develops tests for coronary artery disease (CAD), cardiac arrhythmia, and heart failure. It develops Corus CAD, a blood test that helps primary care clinicians and cardiologists to assess whether or not non-diabetic patient’s chest discomfort or other symptoms are due to obstructive CAD. The company serves customers in the United States. CardioDx, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Proofpoint, Inc.

Series A in 2003
Proofpoint Inc. is a leading next-generation security and compliance company that provides cloud-based solutions to protect the way people work today. Proofpoint solutions enable organizations to protect their users from advanced attacks delivered via email, social media and mobile apps, protect the information their users create from advanced attacks and compliance risks, and respond quickly when incidents occur. SAAS SECURITY & COMPLIANCE SUITE Enterprise Email Archiving: The email archiving solution supports eDiscovery, regulatory compliance and email storage management. Enterprise Email Protection: Provides inbound and outbound email security and management to protect from outside threats including spam, phishing, unpredictable email volumes, malware and other forms of objectionable or dangerous content before they hit the enterprise perimeter. Enterprise Privacy: Protects private information in email, defends against leaks of confidential information and ensures compliance with common international, industry and US data protection regulations—including HIPAA, GLBA and PCI-DSS. PRODUCT ADD-ONS Policy-Based Email Encryption: Mitigates regulatory violations, data loss and corporate policy violations, without adversely impacting business operations. Secure File Transfer: Adds secure, easy-to-use large file transfer capabilities to an organization's Proofpoint deployment CUSTOMERS Proofpoint provides email security, encryption, archiving and data loss prevention solutions for over 3,000 enterprise-level accounts including global enterprises, universities and government agencies. Proofpoint, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Xambala, Inc.

Series B in 2004
Xambala, Inc. provides electronic liquidity to capital markets. The company develops networking and computing technologies to improve liquidity and reduces transaction costs for large and small investors. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Hycrete

Series C in 2008
Hycrete products make concrete waterproof, by reducing absorption of water and dissolved salts into the concrete and by forming a protective layer over reinforcing steel. Built on a foundation of corporate and environmental responsibility, Hycrete takes ownership of innovating solutions to the biggest challenges of the world’s most widely used building material. They believe that sustainable construction practices should go hand-in-hand with solutions that yield meaningful cost benefits, simplify and speed assembly, and create more durable structures. And their green concrete products deliver on that.

Brion Technologies

Series B in 2004
Brion Technologies is a division of ASML and an industry leader in computational lithography for integrated circuits. Brion’s Tachyon™ platform enables capabilities that address chip design, photomask making and wafer printing for semiconductor manufacturing. Brion’s LithoTuner™ platform enables lithography optimization for ASML’s leading photo lithography tools, known as ‘scanners’. ASML is one of the world’s leading providers of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry, manufacturing complex machines that are critical to the production of integrated circuits or chips. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML is traded on Euronext Amsterdam and NASDAQ under the symbol ASML. ASML has almost 8,000 employees on payroll (expressed in full time equivalents), serving chip manufacturers in more than 55 locations in 16 countries.

Crescendo Bioscience

Series B in 2008
Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. develops quantitative and objective diagnostic tools to provide rheumatologists with clinical insights to manage patients with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It provides diagnostic, prognostic, staging, therapy selection, and monitoring facilities to physicians. Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. was formerly known as Riley Genomics, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in South San Francisco, California.

HealthTap

Series B in 2013
HealthTap is rewiring healthcare. By delivering consumer-friendly access to healthcare, HealthTap improves the experience for both patients and doctors while saving time and reducing costs for all. HealthTap’s doctor-trained, augmented intelligence system guides users to the care they need and enables an instant connection to doctors and their knowledge. HealthTap serves its app to employers, insurance companies, health systems, and users around the world. More than 140,000 doctors and hundreds of millions of users in 170 countries trust HealthTap for instant access to healthcare — anytime, anywhere.
People Pattern is a software as a service platform that supplies meaningful audience insights to the world’s biggest brands. Via semi-supervised machine-learned algorithms and natural language processing, People Pattern turns vast, messy public expression into actionable persona sets, helping brands gain an edge in the race to win, retain, and serve customers.

Pacific Biosciences

Series F in 2010
Pacific Biosciences designs, develops, and manufactures sequencing systems to resolve genetically complex problems. Its single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing technology enables single molecule real-time detection of biological processes. Pacific Biosciences offers PacBio RS II and Sequel Systems that conducts, monitors, and analyzes single molecule biochemical reactions in real time. It also provides consumable products, including SMRT cells, as well as various reagent kits, such as template preparation, binding, and sequencing kits. Pacific Biosciences' customers include research institutions; commercial laboratories; genome centers; clinical, government, and academic institutions; genomics service providers; pharmaceutical companies; and agricultural companies. It markets its products through a direct sales force in North America and Europe, as well as primarily through distribution partners in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Joseph Bonventre and Stephen Turner founded Nanofluidics in 2000 that laterbecame Pacific Biosciences. Its headquarters is in Menlo Park in California.

Tethys BioScience

Series C in 2008
Tethys BioScience, Inc. engages in the discovery, development, and commercialization of biological markers. Its products are used to diagnosis the metabolic diseases, such as diabetes. The company offers PreDx Diabetes Risk Test, a diagnostic test that analyzes a set of multiple proteins and other blood borne biomarkers implicated in the development of diabetes. Tethys BioScience, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Emeryville, California.

Keap

Series B in 2008
Keap is on a mission to simplify growth for millions of small businesses. For 15 years, Keap has helped small businesses get organized so they can deliver great service and close more business. The company pioneered the CRM and marketing automation category for small business and today serves more than 200,000 users globally with its Infusionsoft and Keap products.

Movaris

Venture Round in 2002
Solutions that integrate and manage financial close and other governance, risk and compliance processes

ZeaChem

Series B in 2009
ZeaChem will change the world by creating high margin and sustainable alternatives to petroleum-based fuels and chemicals. Able to use wood chips, wheat straw, corn stover, or grasses to make a range of drop-in products for the $1T+ chemicals and fuels markets, ZeaChem can profit today without any subsidies and is competitive with $50 per barrel oil. ZeaChem’s advantage centers around its fermentation process which converts 100% of the carbon in the sugars into end products, delivering unmatched yields

Medio

Series B in 2006
Medio enables businesses to acquire, retain, and monetize their mobile customers. It leverages predictive models to present personalized recommendations and offers each month to mobile users by utilizing a cloud-based infrastructure for collecting and analyzing customer activity data. It works with several brands, including Rovio (Angry Birds), Verizon, and T-Mobile. Medio was founded in September 2004 and is headquartered in Washington, United States. It is privately held by Accel Partners, Trilogy Equity Partners, Frazier Technology Ventures, and Mohr Davidow Ventures.

Navigenics

Series C in 2010
Navigenics, Inc. helps educate and empower individuals and their physicians with knowledge of their genetic predispositions, and then motivates them to act on the information to prevent the onset of disease, achieve earlier diagnosis, appropriately manage disease, or otherwise lessen its impact. Navigenics' lead investors are Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Sequoia Capital and MDV-Mohr Davidow Ventures.

VaST Systems Technology

Series C in 2003
VaST Systems Technology Corporation provides tools and models for embedded systems design. It offers CoMET, a system engineering tool that enables the creation of a software simulation-based virtual system prototype of a system-on-a-chip (SOC); and METeor, a software development environment for embedded systems and SoC. The company also provides Metrix, which provides behavior and performance of hardware and software components of virtual system prototypes to system architects, hardware designers, and software developers; and peripheral device builder, which enables the creation of models of peripheral devices. In addition, it offers architecture and systems engineering, embedded software development, visualization and reporting, VaST modeling, wireless and telecom applications, consumer applications, and automotive applications solutions. The company serves automotive, consumer, and wireless markets. VaST Systems Technology Corporation was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with sales and support offices in Sunnyvale, California; Austin, Texas; Munich, Germany; Pariset, France; NSW, Australia; and Tokyo, Japan. As of February 1, 2010, VaST Systems Technology Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Synopsys Inc.

Balance Therapeutics

Series A in 2015
Balance Therapeutics, Inc. develops pharmacological based therapeutics for addressing intellectual disability conditions that include Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease. It focuses on the development of BTD-001 DS102, a placebo-controlled molecule product that can be administered orally for young adults and adolescents with Down syndrome. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in San Bruno, California. It has a subsidiary operation in Melbourne, Australia.

Sabrix

Series D in 2006
Indirect Tax Software - ONESOURCE - Tax & Accounting

Laurus Energy

Series A in 2008
Laurus Energy does project development for North American Clean Coal efforts. Their website gives little information, but says more information on the clean coal movement is available [here](http://www.ergoexergy.com/eucg.htm).

CardioDx

Private Equity Round in 2012
CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, develops tests for coronary artery disease (CAD), cardiac arrhythmia, and heart failure. It develops Corus CAD, a blood test that helps primary care clinicians and cardiologists to assess whether or not non-diabetic patient’s chest discomfort or other symptoms are due to obstructive CAD. The company serves customers in the United States. CardioDx, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Retention Science

Seed Round in 2013
Retention Science specializes in retention marketing, with a focus on targeting, engaging, and retaining customers. Its data-driven SaaS-based Retention Marketing platform predicts customer behavior and delivers targeted multi-channel communications that increase revenue and encourage customer advocacy. It makes sophisticated data science and marketing automation simple to use for all marketing teams. Retention Science powers marketing campaigns for Target, Neiman Marcus, The Honest Company, and has been featured in Forbes, Wall Street Journal, and CNN.

Lightspeed Semiconductor

Venture Round in 2000
LightSpeed Semiconductor provides time-to-market, yield, manufacturability, and development expense advantages over cell implementation.

WorldCatch.com

Venture Round in 2000
WorldCatch.com is an online wholesale seafood auction and industry information resource, created by people in the seafood industry for people in the seafood industry. The company is dedicated to providing buyers and sellers with an economical and efficient way of sourcing and transacting business throughout the world. WorldCatch.com provides an impartial, convenient alternative for companies to globally market their products and services. Visit our Demo Site to see how we can help your business grow.

Panasas

Private Equity Round in 2013
High performance parallel storage solutions platform enabling users to solve computing problems and bring products to market

Lantern Communications

Series A in 2000
Lantern Communications provides packet-based transport solutions that enable scalable deployment of carrier-class. Lantern Communications was acquired by C-COR in May 2004. Lantern Communications was founded in 1999 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Splice Machine, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Splice Machine is a data platform that offers offline, and batch analysis, and powers intelligent applications for operational workflows. Splice Machine is disrupting the $30 billion traditional database world with the open-source dual-engine RDBMS for mixed operational and analytical workloads, powered by Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark. The Splice Machine RDBMS executes operational workloads on Apache HBase® and analytical workloads on Apache Spark. Splice Machine makes it easy to develop and create modern, real-time, scalable applications, or to offload operational and analytical workloads from expensive Oracle, Teradata, and Netezza systems. Typical use cases are ETL, operational reporting, or real-time applications.

Peppers & Rogers

Venture Round in 2000
Businesses succeed by getting, keeping and growing customers. The problem is that business success is more difficult to achieve than ever. Products and services quickly become commodities; customers are more demanding and connected than ever; and margins have been squeezed to the limit. How can a business differentiate itself and grow? At Peppers & Rogers Group, They believe that the key to growth lies in understanding who your customers are, how they contribute value to your organization and how you create value for them. Once you have that insight, you can design and implement multi-channel strategies that lock in long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships that provide consistent, profitable growth.

Movaris

Series C in 2006
Solutions that integrate and manage financial close and other governance, risk and compliance processes
Coupa Software is an information technology company that specializes in the fields of procurement, finance, and cloud-based financial applications. The company offers cloud spend management (CSM) solutions that help companies control and gain visibility into their indirect spending while generating savings that go directly to the bottom line. It was founded in 2006 and headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Finsphere

Series B in 2009
Finsphere Corporation provides mobile identity-authentication services platform that enable financial institutions, retail payment networks, and mobile network operators to protect against fraud and enhance customer experiences. It offers solutions for wireless engineering and geospatial analysis, risk and authentication analytics, analytic models, real-time processing, identity and risk management, adaptive access, and loyalty and marketing offers. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Bellevue, Washington.

Karmasphere

Series C in 2012
Karmasphere unlocks the business potential of Hadoop so companies can deliver more personalized and relevant products and experiences to their customers. The Karmasphere Collaborative Analytics Workspace brings the power of data science to business analysts using SQL and automated big data workflow including data ingestion, data cleansing, table provisioning and running and scheduling queries in a self-service model without reliance on IT. Its social, web-based interface allows everyone who works with big data to more easily collaborate and share resources. Open and based on Apache Hadoop standards, Karmasphere leverages existing analytic skills, integrates with traditional BI and existing applications and supports leading Hadoop distributions including: Amazon Elastic Map Reduce, Cloudera, HortonWorks, IBM and MapR Technologies. Learn more at http://www.karmasphere.com

Sequenta

Series B in 2010
Sequenta is a venture funded biotech company dedicated to the discovery and development of clinical diagnostics based on a revolutionary new platform for understanding immune system status. A profound revolution in the cost of DNA sequencing has enabled the company to develop brand new approaches to measuring the most variable part of the human genome: the immune cell receptor genes. The incredible diversity created by these genes are at the heart of a large number of conditions critical to human health and disease allowing the company to be in a position to inform a large number of clinical decisions using a single powerful assay. The company was founded in 2008 by entrepreneurs who previously founded ParaAllele BioScience, a successful startup company sold to Affymetrix in 2005.

Mustbin, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Mustbin, Inc. develops a mobile application that helps users to capture and organize their vital information and treasured moments. The company offers Mustbin, a mobile application that guides users through capturing and organizing physical and digital information in secure bins that can be shared privately with family, friends, or advisors. Its solution also offers a bin sharing feature that allows users to share photos and documents with phone; and a messaging service. Mustbin, Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of May 23, 2017, Mustbin, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of LifeSite, Inc.

Webscale Networks, Inc.

Funding Round in 2015
Webscale Networks, Inc. develops Webscale, an integrated Web application delivery solution. Its cloud-based Web application delivery solution offers auto scaling Web application layer that uses predictive analytics and big data to monitor the user traffic; auto scaling application delivery controller (ADC) layer that automatically scale out the ADC to meet network and CPU demands; Webscale API, which configures service from RESTful API; Webscale integration layer that simplifies the extension of the Webscale service to new IaaS providers and CDNs; and content optimization, security and Web application firewall, L7 load balancing, caching, self-healing, DNS management, visibility, and mobile optimization features. The company also offers Webscale E-commerce Cloud Platform that provides a customizable solution for easy deployment of e-commerce applications globally; Webscale Multi-Cloud Disaster Recovery, a multi-cloud resiliency solution for e-commerce applications; Cloud Bot Manager, a cloud-native bot management solution focused on e-commerce applications; and enterprise solutions. Webscale Networks, Inc. was formerly known as Lagrange Systems, Inc. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Boulder, Colorado; and Bengaluru, India.

Aryaka Networks

Series C in 2012
[Aryaka](http://www.aryaka.com)'s Global SD-WAN provides optimized, software-defined network connectivity and application acceleration to globally distributed enterprises. Aryaka’s services have over 10 million users across more than 4,000 sites. Leading brands such as Skullcandy, Air China, Freescale Semiconductor, and ThoughtWorks, as well as partners such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Intelisys, and SK Broadband, have all chosen Aryaka for their enterprise-grade networking needs.

Ticketfly, Inc.

Series B in 2011
Ticketfly, a subsidiary of Eventbrite, is a technology company reimagining the live event experience for promoters and fans. Its powerful ticketing, digital marketing, and analytics software helps promoters sell more tickets, streamline operations, and increase revenue per attendee, while its consumer tools make it easy for fans to find and purchase tickets to great events across North America. Since 2008, more than 1,200 leading venues and promoters have partnered with Ticketfly, including Merriweather Post Pavilion, the Brooklyn Bowl, Central Park SummerStage, Pitchfork Music Festival, and Burning Man. Ticketfly is led by Andrew Dreskin, co-founder of TicketWeb, the first company to ever sell tickets online. In 2014, Ticketfly crossed the $1B mark in transaction volume and in 2015 it was named one of Fast Company's "Most Innovative Companies in Music." On October 7, 2015, Ticketfly announced its acquisition by music streaming service Pandora in a $335 million cash and stock deal. On June 9th, 2017, Pandora sold Ticketfly to its largest competitor, Eventbrite for $200 million.

SodaHead

Series A in 2007
SodaHead Inc., provides best in class polling technology for world class media companies including ESPN, ABC News, Good Morning America, LA Times and Warner Brothers Television. SodaHead's media partner offerings include polling content management systems and analytics, broadcast to mobile polling integration and social polling initiatives, among others.

Accelerant Networks

Series A in 1999
CMOS based transceivers for serial backplane communication and future broadband infrastructure semiconductor solutions. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Accelerant delivers high-speed backplane transceivers specifically for network equipment manufacturers. The company's semiconductor solutions are targeted specifically at increasing speed, distance and reliability of line card to line card communication inside network equipment. A

nLIGHT

Series A in 2001
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Post Communications

Venture Round in 2000
Post Communications provides customized email marketing services. It is a marketing company that engages in the design, development, implementation, and operations of internet marketing solutions. It offers its users with a wide range of promotional campaigns. Post Communications was founded in 1996 and it was acquired by Yesmail on December 5, 2001.

Aryaka Networks

Series B in 2011
[Aryaka](http://www.aryaka.com)'s Global SD-WAN provides optimized, software-defined network connectivity and application acceleration to globally distributed enterprises. Aryaka’s services have over 10 million users across more than 4,000 sites. Leading brands such as Skullcandy, Air China, Freescale Semiconductor, and ThoughtWorks, as well as partners such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Intelisys, and SK Broadband, have all chosen Aryaka for their enterprise-grade networking needs.

Genomatica, Inc.

Series B in 2007
Genomatica, Inc. delivers manufacturing processes to produce intermediate and basic chemicals from renewable feedstocks. The company’s proprietary biotechnology platform allows the company to create fermentation-based manufacturing processes and to engineer the enabling microorganisms that drive the conversion of renewable feedstocks into intermediate and basic chemicals. It is developing a pipeline of manufacturing processes for the production of 20 intermediate and basic chemicals, including butanediol and butadiene. The company intends to offer its chemical products to large consumer products or chemical companies. Genomatica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

Scalix

Venture Round in 2004
Scalix has created the industry's most powerful email and calendaring platform on Linux. Scalix offers rich functionality on a highly reliable and scalable platform that significantly reduces cost of ownership. Based on an open systems architecture, Scalix's next-generation messaging platform is based on a proven technology foundation, HP OpenMail, which Scalix licensed from Hewlett-Packard. Scalix's veteran team has helped pioneer the world's best messaging systems at IBM, Lotus, Microsoft, cc:Mail, and Hewlett-Packard. The privately held company is backed by Mayfield, New Enterprise Associates and Mohr Davidow Ventures and is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., with offices in New York, Chicago, United Kingdom and Germany.

Neon Labs

Seed Round in 2013
Neon helps digital marketers achieve higher click through rates, better engagement and pipeline acceleration. We have the world’s only neuroscience-based machine learning system for predicting which images users will click on. Neon for Video is an enterprise-scale visual content performance platform proven to increase video views by an average of 24% through real-time optimization of images.

PunchTab, Inc.

Seed Round in 2011
PunchTab, Inc. provides a Software-as-a-Service based consumer management platform for brands to build and optimize direct consumer relationships. It offers loyalty and engagement programs. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of September 22, 2015, PunchTab, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of WalmartLabs, Inc.

Rocket Fuel

Venture Round in 2012
Rocket Fuel is a programmatic media-buying platform developing artificial intelligence to improve marketing ROI in digital media across web, mobile, video, and social channels. It combines the science of artificial intelligence with the scale of big data to improve the effectiveness of programmatic marketing. The platform can be used to achieve brand and direct-response objectives in diverse industries across North America, Europe, and APAC. Rocket Fuel currently offers a complete digital marketing hub that includes data management, programmatic media-buying, site optimization, and predictive analytics capabilities that extend across a marketer's paid and owned channels, and personalize every customer interaction. Rocket Fuel was launched in 2008 by Abhinav Gupta, Richard Frankel, and George John. It is based in Redwood City, C.A.

AirPR

Series A in 2014
AirPR is the data science company for communications and PR. We empower marketing and communications professionals to shape outcomes by uncovering PR’s direct connection to business metrics. Powering the AirPR data-driven platform is the world’s largest collection of communications content that helps ensure marketing and public relations efforts receive full credit for driving business results.

EmployeeChannel, Inc.

Series A in 2017
EmployeeChannel is a leading provider of award-winning mobile apps for employee engagement and communication, enabling HR and Internal Communications teams to boost the impact and effectiveness of employee communication, to create a positive employee experience, and to drive cultural and business outcomes. The EmployeeChannel app extends the knowledge and reach of organizational experts to employees anytime, anywhere and is dedicated to the interactions between an organization and its employees. Employees can find and receive organizational information easier and faster, get personalized responses to requests, and react quickly to time-sensitive events. HR and Internal Communications teams can respond real-time to organizational imperatives and employee needs using behavioral insights from Voice of the Employee analytics. To learn more about the EmployeeChannel app and how it can be used to engage and communicate with employees, please visit www.employeechannelinc.com.

VitaPath Genetics

Series C in 2012
VitaPath Genetics is developing a family of DNA tests to help individuals reduce the risk of serious and life-threatening disease. Their first product is a genetic test to identify risk factors that are associated with a common birth defect called Spina Bifida and which can be safely corrected with low-risk vitamin supplementation under the care of a physician.

Kit Check

Seed Round in 2012
KitCheck is a provider of a cloud software platform used to offer automated hospital pharmacy kit processing and medication tracking. The company provides cloud-hosted software combined with IoT technology to reduce kit replenishment time by 72-96% while simultaneously delivering higher accuracy and eliminating errors. In addition, the Narc Check product streamlines recording, waste reconciliation, and billing for medications used in the operating room. Kit Check is used across hundreds of hospitals in the U.S. and Canada and tracks over 90% of all kit medication volume in the industry that is digitally tracked.

WetFeet

Venture Round in 2000
WetFeet is a career advice website and publisher for driven, career-minded students and young professionals looking for tools, tips, and inside information to help them plan their careers and ultimately achieve career satisfaction. Their high-quality content is the product of hundreds of hours of in-depth research, critical analysis, and precise writing. They survey massive amounts of publicly available information and conduct dozens of in-depth interviews of rank-and-file employees who work for the companies and industries they cover. WetFeet was founded in 1994 by Stanford MBAs Gary Alpert and Steve Pollock. While exploring their next career moves, they needed products like the WetFeet Insider Guides to guide them through their research and interviews. But these resources didn't exist yet so they started writing! Since then, millions of job seekers have used the WetFeet Insider Guides and WetFeet.com to research their next career move. In 2007 WetFeet became part of Universum Communications, the global leader in employer branding. Thanks to the integration of Wetfeet into the Universum group, Wetfeet products are now used by job seekers all over the world. In addition to their Insider Guides and WetFeet.com, they produce WetFeet magazine, which features career advice tailored to undergraduate students.

Pacific Biosciences

Series E in 2009
Pacific Biosciences designs, develops, and manufactures sequencing systems to resolve genetically complex problems. Its single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing technology enables single molecule real-time detection of biological processes. Pacific Biosciences offers PacBio RS II and Sequel Systems that conducts, monitors, and analyzes single molecule biochemical reactions in real time. It also provides consumable products, including SMRT cells, as well as various reagent kits, such as template preparation, binding, and sequencing kits. Pacific Biosciences' customers include research institutions; commercial laboratories; genome centers; clinical, government, and academic institutions; genomics service providers; pharmaceutical companies; and agricultural companies. It markets its products through a direct sales force in North America and Europe, as well as primarily through distribution partners in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Joseph Bonventre and Stephen Turner founded Nanofluidics in 2000 that laterbecame Pacific Biosciences. Its headquarters is in Menlo Park in California.

Trillium Photonics

Series A in 2000
Trillium Photonics is dedicated to enabling bold new value and unmatched performance in dynamic Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexed (DWDM) optical networks. The company's optical system portfolio uses innovative, patented technology to achieve radical performance gains in optical networks. Its family of intelligent optical amplifiers is uniquely positioned to make optical networks dramatically less costly, more scalable, and simpler. Based in Ottawa, Canada, Trillium Photonics was founded by leading scientists Dr. Piotr Myslinski and Dr. Simon Boothroyd, who have collectively more than 40 years of distinguished research in photonics. Since its inception, the company has attracted leading technical and management talent.
iRhythm provides innovative and cost-effective diagnostic monitoring solutions that facilitate early diagnosis and treatment decisions, with the goal of ultimately improving patient health outcomes and reducing wasteful healthcare spending. Its flagship product, the Zio® Patch, is designed to optimize and simplify the diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias. Zio® Patch is the smallest, lightest, least conspicuous cardiac arrhythmia diagnostic available and is indicated for up to 14-day monitoring.

InLeague

Series B in 2001
InLeague offers superior payroll and payroll tax services nationally for mid-sized and larger companies. InLeague's hosted, open, standards-based system leverages the best in current technology, enabling the seamless integration of information with existing in-house applications as well as with benefits programs offered by outside providers

Tiny Pictures

Series B in 2008
Your mobile phone is your social network. An always-on, always-with-you connection to the people in your life. At Tiny, they believe that it's not a "device" and it's not a "tool." It's an extension of you, and it's a part of whatever you're doing. The camera embedded in your phone has less to do with "photography" and more to do with communication and shared experience and conversation. We believe there's a remarkable shift happening in the way we communicate. A shift borne of the immediacy and intimacy of mobile and the ease and richness of imagery. Our mission is to combine these two.

Tuition.io, Inc.

Series B in 2017
Tuition.io, Inc. operates a platform that allows users to manage their student loan portfolio. The company’s platform facilitates to view and manage federal family education loans, federal direct loans, and private loans from a variety of servicers. It also enables global companies to offer a benefit that their employees really need, while helping them attract, engage, and retain top talent. Tuition.io, Inc. was formerly known as Binksty and changed its name to Tuition.io, Inc. in July 2012. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Packetmotion

Series C in 2007
PacketMotion, Inc. develops security investigations, alerting, and reporting solutions for enterprises to see user activity inside their networks. It offers PacketSentry appliance, a security system to track user behavior on server and application platforms in an enterprise. The company also provides various services, including jumpstart service, installation service, training service, and custom services. Its solutions enable insider awareness and threat management, compliance reporting and audit, protection of sensitive data, security investigations, network activity monitoring, and access control permission change management. The company serves IT and security professionals. It markets its products in the United States and Canada. PacketMotion, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.

Rock Health

Grant in 2011
Rock Health is a venture capital firm specializing in incubation, early, seed, and start up investments. The firm is focused on developing industrial strength applications in mobile, digital healthcare. and web health care. The firm seeks to invest in companies whose health-oriented products include activity-tracking devices, data-analytic tools to help reduce health care expenses, telemedicine apps that connect patients with medical providers, and tools that improve doctors work flow, analytic tools for life-science research, and technologies designed to produce clinical outcomes, such as preventing or reducing diabetes. The firm considers investments between $0.1 and $0.25 per company. Rock Health was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Datical, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Liquibase, powered by open-source innovation, simplifies and automates database deployment and configuration for applications that eliminate risk from the deployment process. Its platform removes database deployments as a barrier and eliminates the security vulnerabilities, errors, data loss, and downtime associated with current database deployment methods that enable enterprises to shorten the time it takes to bring application innovation to the market.

Packetmotion

Series C in 2009
PacketMotion, Inc. develops security investigations, alerting, and reporting solutions for enterprises to see user activity inside their networks. It offers PacketSentry appliance, a security system to track user behavior on server and application platforms in an enterprise. The company also provides various services, including jumpstart service, installation service, training service, and custom services. Its solutions enable insider awareness and threat management, compliance reporting and audit, protection of sensitive data, security investigations, network activity monitoring, and access control permission change management. The company serves IT and security professionals. It markets its products in the United States and Canada. PacketMotion, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.

Pluribus Networks, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Pluribus Networks, Inc. specializes in network virtualization for private and public cloud datacenters. The company’s products include Netvisor OS, a distributed network operating system with bare-metal hardware programmability; E28Q Network Computing Appliance, a platform for various applications, including ToR and spine switching, cloud/rack controller, virtualization, and network services, as well as application/L4-7 hosting; F64 network computing appliances; E68 server switches; VCF insight analytics, a flow-based client-server oriented business intelligence solution for data centers; and supermicro microblade switches. It provides analytics appliance, open fabric W/analytics, open network virtualization, and DevOps networking solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

nLIGHT

Series D in 2007
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Mustbin, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Mustbin, Inc. develops a mobile application that helps users to capture and organize their vital information and treasured moments. The company offers Mustbin, a mobile application that guides users through capturing and organizing physical and digital information in secure bins that can be shared privately with family, friends, or advisors. Its solution also offers a bin sharing feature that allows users to share photos and documents with phone; and a messaging service. Mustbin, Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of May 23, 2017, Mustbin, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of LifeSite, Inc.

VirtuOz

Venture Round in 2011
Intelligent virtual agents for enterprises to ensure quality user experience

VaST Systems Technology

Series D in 2007
VaST Systems Technology Corporation provides tools and models for embedded systems design. It offers CoMET, a system engineering tool that enables the creation of a software simulation-based virtual system prototype of a system-on-a-chip (SOC); and METeor, a software development environment for embedded systems and SoC. The company also provides Metrix, which provides behavior and performance of hardware and software components of virtual system prototypes to system architects, hardware designers, and software developers; and peripheral device builder, which enables the creation of models of peripheral devices. In addition, it offers architecture and systems engineering, embedded software development, visualization and reporting, VaST modeling, wireless and telecom applications, consumer applications, and automotive applications solutions. The company serves automotive, consumer, and wireless markets. VaST Systems Technology Corporation was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with sales and support offices in Sunnyvale, California; Austin, Texas; Munich, Germany; Pariset, France; NSW, Australia; and Tokyo, Japan. As of February 1, 2010, VaST Systems Technology Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Synopsys Inc.

Fliqz

Series C in 2009
Fliqz is a plug and play video solution for websites that requires no software download and competes directly against [Brightcove](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/brightcove). They offer 5 different packages starting with a free basic player which is ad funded which includes 25 uploads, and 500 streams, to a platinum package which costs $999/month with a $7500 development fee, but it includes 5,000 uploads, 250,000 streams, and allows for complete customization of the player.

AirPR

Seed Round in 2012
AirPR is the data science company for communications and PR. We empower marketing and communications professionals to shape outcomes by uncovering PR’s direct connection to business metrics. Powering the AirPR data-driven platform is the world’s largest collection of communications content that helps ensure marketing and public relations efforts receive full credit for driving business results.

BandPage, Inc.

Series A in 2011
BandPage, Inc. operates a music-sharing platform for musicians to connect with and retain fans. The company’s platform enables musicians to manage their online presence by uploading their profile, bio, pictures, videos, tracks, and tour dates; and updates that information across the Web, including Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, VEVO, Xbox Music, Pandora, WordPress, their website, and more to help in growing their fanbase. It also provides BandPage Everywhere, a new tool for musicians to update their profiles, content, Websites, and blogs on BandPage; and BandPage Connect, which allows musicians to connect to various platforms. BandPage, Inc. was formerly known as RootMusic, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 12, 2016, BandPage, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of YouTube, LLC.

VirtuOz

Series B in 2009
Intelligent virtual agents for enterprises to ensure quality user experience

Pixim

Series D in 2003
Pixim is a hardware company that builds chips for video cameras. Pixim's Digital Pixel System® technology revolutionizes the way video cameras capture and process images. Unlike traditional cameras, where each pixel cannot adjust to highlights and lowlights in the same scene, Pixim's patented Digital Pixel System® technology empowers hundreds of thousands of pixels to act like individual cameras constantly self-adjusting. This all-digital system enables Pixim-powered cameras to efficiently capture the whole picture, regardless of lighting condition or application – thus securing the highest resolution, natural color and clarity, while automatically eliminating image-compromising visual noise (e.g., glare, reflections). The result is more than superb image quality; it is accurate, actionable information that gives users the strength of certainty.

Visible Measures

Series D in 2011
Visible Measures Corporation provides content advertising technology. The company enables brands to compete for consumer engagement by maximizing their share of attention relative to media spend in video content advertising; and collects and analyzes video performance data from major brands across new content advertisement campaigns launched every month. Its data management platform stores large scale user-level data used to produce custom audience segments for targeting content advertising. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 31, 2017, Visible Measures Corporation operates as a subsidiary of AcuityAds US Inc.

Packetmotion

Series B in 2006
PacketMotion, Inc. develops security investigations, alerting, and reporting solutions for enterprises to see user activity inside their networks. It offers PacketSentry appliance, a security system to track user behavior on server and application platforms in an enterprise. The company also provides various services, including jumpstart service, installation service, training service, and custom services. Its solutions enable insider awareness and threat management, compliance reporting and audit, protection of sensitive data, security investigations, network activity monitoring, and access control permission change management. The company serves IT and security professionals. It markets its products in the United States and Canada. PacketMotion, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.

Verinata Health

Series C in 2008
Verinata is driven by a sole, extraordinary purpose – maternal and fetal health. Our initial focus is to develop and offer non-invasive tests for early identification of fetal chromosomal abnormalities using our proprietary technologies. We aim to reduce the anxiety associated with today's multi-step process, the unacceptable false-positive rates, the non-specific and sometimes confusing results of current prenatal screening methods, as well as the risk of current invasive procedures. In support of national guidelines recommending first trimester aneuploidy risk assessment, we believe women who desire such an assessment should be offered a single blood draw test with a definitive result. Verinata is conducting a prospective, blinded pivotal study to clinically validate the sensitivity and specificity of its first prenatal test on a large scale with results of the study expected in 2011.

Proofpoint, Inc.

Series F in 2008
Proofpoint Inc. is a leading next-generation security and compliance company that provides cloud-based solutions to protect the way people work today. Proofpoint solutions enable organizations to protect their users from advanced attacks delivered via email, social media and mobile apps, protect the information their users create from advanced attacks and compliance risks, and respond quickly when incidents occur. SAAS SECURITY & COMPLIANCE SUITE Enterprise Email Archiving: The email archiving solution supports eDiscovery, regulatory compliance and email storage management. Enterprise Email Protection: Provides inbound and outbound email security and management to protect from outside threats including spam, phishing, unpredictable email volumes, malware and other forms of objectionable or dangerous content before they hit the enterprise perimeter. Enterprise Privacy: Protects private information in email, defends against leaks of confidential information and ensures compliance with common international, industry and US data protection regulations—including HIPAA, GLBA and PCI-DSS. PRODUCT ADD-ONS Policy-Based Email Encryption: Mitigates regulatory violations, data loss and corporate policy violations, without adversely impacting business operations. Secure File Transfer: Adds secure, easy-to-use large file transfer capabilities to an organization's Proofpoint deployment CUSTOMERS Proofpoint provides email security, encryption, archiving and data loss prevention solutions for over 3,000 enterprise-level accounts including global enterprises, universities and government agencies. Proofpoint, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

AlphaBlox

Venture Round in 2000
AlphaBlox provides the only open Web-based platform for eBusiness analysis applications that enable companies to analyze and share information with customers, partners and suppliers to foster more profitable relationships and improve eBusiness performance. Leveraging AlphaBlox's unique "building Blox™" approach customers and partners can quickly assemble and deploy a variety of customized analytical applications for measuring and improving eBusiness operations, financial performance, customer/product profitability, distribution channels, and the supply chain. Leading organizations such as AT&T, ChannelPoint, Deutsche Bank Securities, Federal Express, Hewlett Packard, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Sony, and Toyota Motor Company rely on AlphaBlox solutions to turn their information assets into strategic advantage.

Proofpoint, Inc.

Series E in 2006
Proofpoint Inc. is a leading next-generation security and compliance company that provides cloud-based solutions to protect the way people work today. Proofpoint solutions enable organizations to protect their users from advanced attacks delivered via email, social media and mobile apps, protect the information their users create from advanced attacks and compliance risks, and respond quickly when incidents occur. SAAS SECURITY & COMPLIANCE SUITE Enterprise Email Archiving: The email archiving solution supports eDiscovery, regulatory compliance and email storage management. Enterprise Email Protection: Provides inbound and outbound email security and management to protect from outside threats including spam, phishing, unpredictable email volumes, malware and other forms of objectionable or dangerous content before they hit the enterprise perimeter. Enterprise Privacy: Protects private information in email, defends against leaks of confidential information and ensures compliance with common international, industry and US data protection regulations—including HIPAA, GLBA and PCI-DSS. PRODUCT ADD-ONS Policy-Based Email Encryption: Mitigates regulatory violations, data loss and corporate policy violations, without adversely impacting business operations. Secure File Transfer: Adds secure, easy-to-use large file transfer capabilities to an organization's Proofpoint deployment CUSTOMERS Proofpoint provides email security, encryption, archiving and data loss prevention solutions for over 3,000 enterprise-level accounts including global enterprises, universities and government agencies. Proofpoint, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Sabrix

Series A in 2001
Indirect Tax Software - ONESOURCE - Tax & Accounting

OneSpot, Inc.

Series A in 2013
OneSpot, Inc., a content advertising company, provides content marketing platform that drives personalized, repeat engagement with branded content across Websites, email, mobile, social, display, and paid media channels. It offers a platform that enables users to make content personalization and repeat engagement work across various channels. OneSpot, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is based in Austin, Texas with additional offices in New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois; and San Francisco, California.

ParAllele Bioscience

Series B in 2003
Angel Dough Ventures is a startup accelerator that identifies new business ideas as well as develops and launches new products and services into the market. It also reviews customer feedback and analyzes metrics to transform and improve its businesses. Angel Dough Ventures was founded by Andrew Hazen and is headquartered in Hicksville, New York.

Cenzic

Series D in 2008
Cenzic provides application security testing for enterprise software to Software as a Service, going beyond signature-based tools to automatically find application vulnerabilities.
RainDance Technologies is making complex genetics simple. The company’s ultra-sensitive genomic tools enable better research of novel non-invasive Fluid Biopsy™ applications that should result in more accurate, reliable, cost-effective and early detection of cancer, inherited and infectious diseases. Major research institutions and laboratories around the world rely on RainDance systems’ performance. Based in Billerica, Massachusetts, the company supports customers using RainDrop Digital PCR and ThunderStorm Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing Systems through its international sales and service operations as well as a global network of distributors and commercial service providers.

Kabbage

Series C in 2012
Kabbage, Inc. provides small businesses access to automated funding through its financial services data and technology platform. It operates Kabbage, an automated and online lending platform to provide automated funding to businesses and support customer data monitoring. The company’s platform enables users to apply for the loan, submit data in real time, get the approval, and provides funding. It also offers The Kabbage card that allows customers to withdraw from their lines of credit for the amount of a purchase at any point-of-sale (POS) checkout; and The Kabbage Mobile App, an application which provides customers on-the-go access to their account and line of credit. Kabbage, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in New York, New York; San Francisco, California; Denver, Colorado; and Bengaluru, India.

FIGS

Seed Round in 2013
FIGS, INC. engages in the design and production of scrubs for men and women. It offers scrub tops, scrub pants, lab coats, underscrub, and outerwear. The company sells its products online. FIGS, INC. was founded in 2012 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Savi Technology, Inc.

Series C in 2001
Savi is the leader in applying big data analytics, data science, and machine learning to in-transit visibility. We develop innovative Internet of Things (IoT) and in-transit visibility solutions for the largest and most complex supply chains in the world. More than 1,000 companies and government organizations depend on Savi applications to reduce supply chain disruptions, improve delivery performance, and decrease logistics costs. For more information about Savi visit www.savi.com.

Requisite Technology

Venture Round in 2000
Requisite is a provider of Spend Data Visibility (SDV) technology that enables Spend Management and Master Data Management, initiatives that allow executives to identify significant cost savings across their companies. The company's technology and services help global manufacturing firms and other large organizations transform previously unusable data into consolidated, harmonized and searchable information visible across dispersed enterprises. The solution is uniquely engineered to make data visible, addressing the specific, more complex challenges of managing and finding strategic materials associated with discrete and process manufacturing. Established in 1993 and headquartered in Westminster, Colo., with operations in Toronto, London, and Walldorf, Germany, Requisite's tools and services are deployed in more than 15 countries. Requisite's solutions have been adopted by leading corporations including Reuters, Air Products, the UK's Royal Mail Group, BASF, Graybar, Union Bank of California and Marathon Ashland Petroleum among others. Requisite is partnered with leading providers of e-business applications and services including SAP, Atos Origin (Europe), Oracle, ICGC, and Mitsui (Japan). Requisite and Atos Origin, one of the largest international information technology (IT) services companies, provide product content solutions to large discrete and process manufacturing organizations. The two companies jointly provide global companies supplier enablement and content cleansing services, content management tools and technology, as well as large-scale integrated business outsourcing services in Atos Origin's four largest territories: France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Germany. A privately held company, Requisite Technology has attracted top tier venture capital investors. The company has received funding from Mohr, Davidow Ventures; Sequel Venture Partners; Trinity Ventures; Millennium Group; Bernard & Company; JPMorgan Partners; Liberty Venture Partners; Sumitomo Corporation; Corporate Express. SAP AG and Oracle Corporation are also significant investors.

Fliqz

Series B in 2007
Fliqz is a plug and play video solution for websites that requires no software download and competes directly against [Brightcove](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/brightcove). They offer 5 different packages starting with a free basic player which is ad funded which includes 25 uploads, and 500 streams, to a platinum package which costs $999/month with a $7500 development fee, but it includes 5,000 uploads, 250,000 streams, and allows for complete customization of the player.

OpenDNS, Inc.

Series C in 2014
OpenDNS is a provider of Internet security and Domain Name System services for homes and businesses. It also provides internet wide security network for web content filtering, anti phishing, Domain Name System infrastructure, and navigation services that enable consumers and administrators to protect networks from online threats and to enforce internet use policies.
iRhythm provides innovative and cost-effective diagnostic monitoring solutions that facilitate early diagnosis and treatment decisions, with the goal of ultimately improving patient health outcomes and reducing wasteful healthcare spending. Its flagship product, the Zio® Patch, is designed to optimize and simplify the diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias. Zio® Patch is the smallest, lightest, least conspicuous cardiac arrhythmia diagnostic available and is indicated for up to 14-day monitoring.

Mantara

Series B in 2007
Mantara is transforming the world of securities trading by delivering advanced technology solutions that fulfill the market demand for integrated multi-asset, high-speed trading and analytics. Mantara is committed to transforming the way that equities, options and futures are traded worldwide. Fueled by demand for trading efficiency, transparency and functionality, Mantara is driving the development and delivery of an entirely new class of solutions that raise the bar and exceed market expectations for this space.

nLIGHT

Series F in 2015
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Carrier IQ

Series A in 2006
Carrier IQ is a Mobile Service Intelligence solution provider for mobile network operators and equipment vendors.

Splice Machine, Inc.

Series B in 2017
Splice Machine is a data platform that offers offline, and batch analysis, and powers intelligent applications for operational workflows. Splice Machine is disrupting the $30 billion traditional database world with the open-source dual-engine RDBMS for mixed operational and analytical workloads, powered by Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark. The Splice Machine RDBMS executes operational workloads on Apache HBase® and analytical workloads on Apache Spark. Splice Machine makes it easy to develop and create modern, real-time, scalable applications, or to offload operational and analytical workloads from expensive Oracle, Teradata, and Netezza systems. Typical use cases are ETL, operational reporting, or real-time applications.

PunchTab, Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
PunchTab, Inc. provides a Software-as-a-Service based consumer management platform for brands to build and optimize direct consumer relationships. It offers loyalty and engagement programs. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of September 22, 2015, PunchTab, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of WalmartLabs, Inc.

Lagrange Systems

Funding Round in 2013
CloudMaestro by Lagrange Systems is an Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and management solution built for maximizing performance and availability, while optimizing costs, across all cloud providers. With CloudMaestro, users can proactively, and infinitely, scale their infrastructure out and in, achieve blazing-fast performance for all the users, secure the web presence and orchestrate across single or multiple cloud providers. Founded in 2012, Lagrange Systems is privately held and headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

Personalis

Series C in 2015
Personalis combines expertise both in the technology of sequencing and in interpretation, with an extensive history of peer-reviewed publication and commercial success. Broad adoption of medical genome interpretation will require accuracy befitting regulatory approval, both invariant detection and interpretation. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Ruby Ribbon, Inc.

Series C in 2015
Ruby Ribbon is a new social commerce apparel company, supported by a nationwide network of independent personal Stylists . With cutting edge fabrics and forward thinking designs, the company has produced a unique line of fashionable wardrobe basics, sold exclusively through in-home Trunk Shows. Stylists, armed with mobile applications and other trending technologies, are able to build their own independent businesses while drawing inspiration from Ruby Ribbon's core beliefs: entrepreneurship, friendship and camaraderie. Founded in 2011 with an early stage investment from Trinity Partners, Ruby Ribbon is based in Burlingame, CA and New York City.

Massive Health

Seed Round in 2011
Massive Health’s vision is to make healthy living attainable for everyone, and better science available to all. Through great design and intuitive technology, Massive Health provides access to the information that makes healthy living a daily habit and readily understandable. Their first experiment, the Eatery, helps people eat healthier by making it fun, simple, and engaging to track food and build healthy habits. Rather than counting calories or journaling each bite, the Eatery equips consumers with an exciting way to document what they eat and get valuable feedback on overall healthiness. Founded in 2010, Massive Health is led by former Firefox creative lead Aza Raskin and is funded by top investors.

Brigade Corporation

Venture Round in 2000
Since its inception in 1998, Brigade has focused on providing business process outsourcing (BPO) services and knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) services for global corporations. Brigade's global service delivery model provides clients with an opportunity to capture the competitive advantage of global labor markets to dramatically improve business processes while delivering them at substantially lower costs. By leveraging industry's best practices and methodologies such as ISO 9001:2000, ISO 27001:2005 and Six Sigma, Brigade has gained recognition as an expert at planning, implementing, operating and scaling outsourcing solutions in India. Brigade Solutions has over eight years of experience providing services to industry leaders. With a seasoned management team in place, delivery of business transaction services is distributed across multi-site delivery facilities in Hyderabad, India to improve the quality of its deliverables and reduce cost of services.

Aryaka Networks

Series A in 2010
[Aryaka](http://www.aryaka.com)'s Global SD-WAN provides optimized, software-defined network connectivity and application acceleration to globally distributed enterprises. Aryaka’s services have over 10 million users across more than 4,000 sites. Leading brands such as Skullcandy, Air China, Freescale Semiconductor, and ThoughtWorks, as well as partners such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Intelisys, and SK Broadband, have all chosen Aryaka for their enterprise-grade networking needs.

VitaPath Genetics

Series A in 2009
VitaPath Genetics is developing a family of DNA tests to help individuals reduce the risk of serious and life-threatening disease. Their first product is a genetic test to identify risk factors that are associated with a common birth defect called Spina Bifida and which can be safely corrected with low-risk vitamin supplementation under the care of a physician.

BuildDirect

Series C in 2014
BuildDirect Technologies Inc. owns and operates an online marketplace for home improvement products. The company offers BuildDirect Gateway, which is a global supply chain platform for heavyweight goods. It enables third party the ability to access BuildDirect’s advanced network of warehousing services, ground and ocean logistics for any part of the shipping journey, from point of manufacture through last-mile delivery. The company’s product categories include flooring, decking, building materials, outdoor, kitchen and bath, moldings and accessories, and doors. BuildDirect Technologies Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Vancouver, Canada with warehouses in North America.
RainDance Technologies is making complex genetics simple. The company’s ultra-sensitive genomic tools enable better research of novel non-invasive Fluid Biopsy™ applications that should result in more accurate, reliable, cost-effective and early detection of cancer, inherited and infectious diseases. Major research institutions and laboratories around the world rely on RainDance systems’ performance. Based in Billerica, Massachusetts, the company supports customers using RainDrop Digital PCR and ThunderStorm Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing Systems through its international sales and service operations as well as a global network of distributors and commercial service providers.

Aryaka Networks

Series C in 2015
[Aryaka](http://www.aryaka.com)'s Global SD-WAN provides optimized, software-defined network connectivity and application acceleration to globally distributed enterprises. Aryaka’s services have over 10 million users across more than 4,000 sites. Leading brands such as Skullcandy, Air China, Freescale Semiconductor, and ThoughtWorks, as well as partners such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Intelisys, and SK Broadband, have all chosen Aryaka for their enterprise-grade networking needs.

InnerWorkings Inc.

Venture Round in 2008
InnerWorkings, Inc. (Nasdaq: INWK) is a leading provider of global print management and promotional solutions to corporate clients across a wide range of industries. With proprietary technology, an extensive supplier network and deep domain expertise, the Company procures, manages and delivers printed materials and promotional products as part of a comprehensive outsourced enterprise solution. The Company also owns and operates the online business printing site, Inkchaser.com. InnerWorkings is based in Chicago, IL with 35 offices in North America, South America and Europe.

Crescendo Bioscience

Series B in 2010
Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. develops quantitative and objective diagnostic tools to provide rheumatologists with clinical insights to manage patients with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It provides diagnostic, prognostic, staging, therapy selection, and monitoring facilities to physicians. Crescendo Bioscience, Inc. was formerly known as Riley Genomics, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in South San Francisco, California.
Coupa Software is an information technology company that specializes in the fields of procurement, finance, and cloud-based financial applications. The company offers cloud spend management (CSM) solutions that help companies control and gain visibility into their indirect spending while generating savings that go directly to the bottom line. It was founded in 2006 and headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Panasas

Series E in 2008
High performance parallel storage solutions platform enabling users to solve computing problems and bring products to market

CellPoint Diagnostics

Series A in 2007
CellPoint Diagnostics is an early stage company developing diagnostic, monitoring, and molecular analytical tools for cancer. Their novel, proprietary technology captures and analyzes circulating tumor cells ("CTCs") directly from patient blood. Scientific and clinical data have demonstrated that CTCs are derived from the primary tumor, and the assessment of the number of CTCs in the blood has been shown to accurately predict survival for cancer patients. Their goal is to commercialize products that will provide safe, non-invasive "blood-based biopsies" which will present physicians and patients with highly accurate, real-time, individualized clinical information on disease status and treatment response. They intend to identify, diagnose and guide treatment to the specific agents of lethal metastatic cancer. This has the potential to transform cancer from a deadly disease to a chronic, managed condition and will provide a powerful tool for the development of new cancer drugs.

Simbol Materials

Series A in 2008
Electricity is moving out to the edge, to our mobile devices, our cars, and everything in between. This requires dense energy storage -- battery technologies based on lithium. Combined with other industrial uses of this strategic element, volumes of lithium demanded worldwide are increasing and its price has more than tripled in the last six years. As vehicle electrification continues, new lithium sources and production technologies will be required to keep up with demand.

IMX Exchange

Venture Round in 2000
IMX Exchange is an online marketplace for the wholesale mortgage industry.

HealthTap

Seed Round in 2011
HealthTap is rewiring healthcare. By delivering consumer-friendly access to healthcare, HealthTap improves the experience for both patients and doctors while saving time and reducing costs for all. HealthTap’s doctor-trained, augmented intelligence system guides users to the care they need and enables an instant connection to doctors and their knowledge. HealthTap serves its app to employers, insurance companies, health systems, and users around the world. More than 140,000 doctors and hundreds of millions of users in 170 countries trust HealthTap for instant access to healthcare — anytime, anywhere.

Panasas

Venture Round in 2004
High performance parallel storage solutions platform enabling users to solve computing problems and bring products to market

BigTent Design

Series A in 2008
Big Tent helps real-world groups move online. Designed for active organizations of 20 to 5,000 members, Big Tent eases administrative burdens on group leaders, which results in greater member participation, as well as long term growth and sustainability of the group. The user-friendly interface provides many opportunities for groups and individual members to personalize their Big Tent experiences. This includes the ability to manage multiple groups and events through Big Tent's integrated online calendar; participate in discussion forums; seek and offer recommendations, and buy and sell personal items via an online bazaar.

Lightspeed

Private Equity Round in 2000
Lightspeed Trading offers clients access to our proprietary order execution system, Lightspeed Trader, real time risk and margin management tools, equity and option market data scanners, and a high frequency equity DMA infrastructure. Lightspeed Trading delivers cost effective equity and option order execution combined with fast and reliable market quotes through its robust quote infrastructure and proprietary order management system. In addition to Lightspeed’s proprietary products, access to ten certified third party trading platforms presents clients with the ability to build a flexible combination of trading products tailored to fit their needs. Lightspeed Institutional supports professional traders, funds, institutions, and separately managed accounts by providing a complete suite of technology, Regulation T and portfolio margin leverage, access to our agency-only trade desk, as well as execution and clearing services. Offices are located in both New York and Chicago, and remote access to all products is available. Clients have long recognized the value of Lightspeed Trading's customized approach. The client experience perfectly balances robust and flexible technology solutions with focused, experienced, and high touch service.

Analyte Health

Venture Round in 2011
Analyte Health is an integrated healthcare partner that connects patients and providers with laboratory testing services. We focus on creating an outstanding patient experience by making lab testing more convenient, accessible, and faster than traditional brick and mortar office visits. On average, we reduce the office visit and lab testing turnaround time from weeks to three days or less. Analyte Health has consistently achieved a Net Promoter Score of 70 or higher. To learn more, please visit www.analytehealth.com.

Tuition.io, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Tuition.io, Inc. operates a platform that allows users to manage their student loan portfolio. The company’s platform facilitates to view and manage federal family education loans, federal direct loans, and private loans from a variety of servicers. It also enables global companies to offer a benefit that their employees really need, while helping them attract, engage, and retain top talent. Tuition.io, Inc. was formerly known as Binksty and changed its name to Tuition.io, Inc. in July 2012. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Onvia

Venture Round in 1999
As of November 17, 2017, operates as a subsidiary of Project Diamond Intermediate Holdings Corporation.

Recurrent Energy, LLC

Series A in 2007
As a leading provider of distributed solar power, Recurrent Energy is overcoming the barriers to widespread solar adoption, making renewable energy a practical choice for today's large scale energy users. They are a developer and owner of locally-sited solar power systems, selling clean electricity to their customers worldwide at competitive rates via a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) or Feed-in Tariffs (FiT). In return, their utility, commercial, and government customers achieve energy independence, predictable pricing, and enhanced sustainability.

Personalis

Series B in 2013
Personalis combines expertise both in the technology of sequencing and in interpretation, with an extensive history of peer-reviewed publication and commercial success. Broad adoption of medical genome interpretation will require accuracy befitting regulatory approval, both invariant detection and interpretation. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Menlo Park, California.