MK Capital

MK Capital is a venture capital and private equity firm founded in 2003, with headquarters in Chicago and offices in Los Angeles and Ann Arbor. Specializing in investments in emerging companies at all stages of the funding lifecycle, MK Capital focuses on digital software, digital media, data center automation, technology-enabled business services, and education technology. The firm provides first-round institutional capital to companies and also supports businesses seeking growth capital. MK Capital partners with companies in the United States, offering multi-stage growth equity and venture capital. As a member of the MK Capital portfolio, companies benefit from access to experienced partners who provide strategic insights and collaborate on operations, technology, and growth strategies.

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79 past transactions

Smoothstone IP Communications

Series A in 2005
Smoothstone IP Communications, Inc. operates as an IP communications provider for medium-sized enterprises in the United States, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Greece, and the Netherlands. It offers a platform that provides centrally managed solutions, including VoIP over a private and nationwide network. The company provides Smoothstone DRS, a cloud-based disaster recovery solution with call control and unified communications tools for Avaya Unified Communications environments to define the policies and procedures; and Mobile Connect, an application for Apple's iPhone that allows enterprises to offer corporate communications services to mobile employees. It also offers its cloud-based enterprise communications applications and services in the European markets, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Switzerland. The company has a strategic partnership with Logista. Smoothstone IP Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Teledvance Communications, Inc. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Louisville, Kentucky.

OneCause (formerly BidPal)

Venture Round in 2016
BidPal has rebranded as OneCause. Raise more money and reach more donors with OneCause Fundraising Software and BidPal Mobile Bidding. Located in the technology hub of Indianapolis, OneCause has been recognized on the Inc. 500 list of Fastest Growing Companies and has received a Techpoint MIRA award for Mobile Technology Excellence & Innovation. The company’s fundraising technology includes: Mobile Bidding, Online Fundraising, Peer to Peer Fundraising, Event Software, Payment Processing, Online Ticketing, Mobile Donations, Text2Give, and Registration and Checkout software.

Eved

Series C in 2015
Eved is leading the transformation of the $263B meeting and event industry from a manual, highly fragmented, traditional service sector into a comprehensive online marketplace. Eved bridges the entire supply chain with a complete and interactive sourcing, marketing, and e-commerce solution. Eved has been adopted and championed by leaders in the meeting and event industry and now encompasses more than 2,500 users including organizations, third-party meeting and incentive companies, event planning and destination management companies, hotels, event venues and suppliers.

Enosix, Inc.

Venture Round in 2023
Enosix, Inc. designs and develops integration solutions between front end platforms and systems applications and products (SAP) system to unlock data and surface business process. The company offers solutions, such as Enosix Connect, integrate SAP/ERP system with cloud based application; Enosix Engage; Enosix Surface, provides real time access to SAP ERP data in sales force without middleware; Enosix Sales, read, create, and modify SAP data from sales cloud; Enosix Sales CPQ, leverage SAP data for pricing and quotes in Salesforce CPQ; and Enosix Sales VC, integrate SAP variant configuration with Salesforce in real time. Enosix, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Wellspring

Series B in 2016
Wellspring Worldwide unifies the process of discovery for organizations that transform knowledge into innovation. Its software products, Sophia, Flintbox, and Zeto manage every step of the Knowledge Supply Chain, enabling leading companies, hospitals, and universities to harness their network of intellectual assets for competitive advantage. It was founded in 20030 and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

Lightstream

Seed Round in 2015
Lightstream is a small, agile team building a complete evolution of what live video production should be: simple, powerful, collaborative, and most of all, fun. Their products and services transform difficult technical hurdles into streamlined tools, unleashing creativity and empowering broadcasters to focus on their message. They are solving complex and exciting problems that not only drive the direction of their technology and products, but help to define new live streaming standards and technology for the future. At the core of who they are as a team is an immense passion and love for what they make, transparency, personal growth, and #goodvibes. They aredriven not just by their desire to build something truly amazing, but to build a company and culture they can be proud of.

Adar, Inc.

Private Placement in 2020
Adar, Inc. provides cloud-based information technology (IT) technology services to small and midsize organizations. The company offers Nerdio, a solution to manage cloud-based software, servers, hardware, and hosting and support. Its services include troubleshooting; hardware maintenance; software updates; optimal system performance; firewall, encryption, virus, spyware, and spam protection; hard drive space monitoring; IT set-up for new employees; project plans and research for new IT solutions; remote access questions; and 24/7 system monitoring. Adar, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is based in Skokie, Illinois.

BladeLogic

Series C in 2004
Prior to its acquisition by [BMC](/organization/bmc-software) in 2008, BladeLogic provided data center automation solutions for IT organizations. BladeLogic's data center automation solutions enable a state where dynamic policies — that link people, management tasks, and configuration data — drive the automatic optimization of the IT infrastructure, creating a highly agile, business-driven IT environment. (Source: [BladeLogic](http://www.bladelogic.com/about-bladelogic/index.php))

Machinima

Series A in 2008
Machinima produces and distributes video content for young males and video gamers. Its network provides various shows that include scripted series, original content, weekly and daily shows, official publisher pop culture content, and game-play videos, as well as animation, movies, and TV shows. Machinima offers its services through global distribution platforms that include YouTube, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, Windows, Facebook, Twitter, Google< and Instagram, as well as other devices and networks. It began operation in January 2000, with its headquarters in Los Angeles in California. It operates as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment as of November 30, 2016.

Kollective Technology

Series B in 2010
Kollective Technology operates as an enterprise content delivery network provider. Its cloud-native enterprise peering platform leverages existing network infrastructure to offset bandwidth constraints and deliver Live Events, Video on Demand, and software via SCCM. The company is headquartered in Bend, Oregon.

Part Analytics

Series A in 2021
Part Analytics strategic sourcing solution transforms Direct Material Sourcing to optimize cost, drive efficiency and mitigate supply chain risk with AI-powered analytics and insights. By combining organization's internal data with market, community and network data, our AI powered platform continuously streams opportunities for savings and risk mitigation to enterprise sourcing leaders. On average, we are able to save enterprise customers up to 20% in direct material costs.

Nerdio

Series A in 2020
Nerdio is a pioneer in bringing a cloud-based IT environment to small and midsize organizations. Their depth of knowledge and experience gives you a seamless, reliable, secure and cost-effective IT solution.

ZEFR

Series B in 2011
Zefr is a video advertising company that creates targeted video ad placements with it's unique and proprietary technology. With our custom packages, we leverage both technology and human review to selected individual videos, ensuring brands can safely and effectively scale their video ad campaigns. Why the name Zefr? Before Venice became “Silicon Beach” it was the grimy paradise of the 1970's Zephyr skate team. The Z-boys were a group of broken-home-punks that pioneered today’s skate culture. They did more than just push the physical boundaries of the sport—they created the culture that defines Venice today. At Zefr, we embrace the Z-boy’s drive for innovation, performance, and pushing boundaries. Our motto? Go Big. Go Fast.

BladeLogic

Series D in 2005
Prior to its acquisition by [BMC](/organization/bmc-software) in 2008, BladeLogic provided data center automation solutions for IT organizations. BladeLogic's data center automation solutions enable a state where dynamic policies — that link people, management tasks, and configuration data — drive the automatic optimization of the IT infrastructure, creating a highly agile, business-driven IT environment. (Source: [BladeLogic](http://www.bladelogic.com/about-bladelogic/index.php))

ZEFR

Series C in 2012
Zefr is a video advertising company that creates targeted video ad placements with it's unique and proprietary technology. With our custom packages, we leverage both technology and human review to selected individual videos, ensuring brands can safely and effectively scale their video ad campaigns. Why the name Zefr? Before Venice became “Silicon Beach” it was the grimy paradise of the 1970's Zephyr skate team. The Z-boys were a group of broken-home-punks that pioneered today’s skate culture. They did more than just push the physical boundaries of the sport—they created the culture that defines Venice today. At Zefr, we embrace the Z-boy’s drive for innovation, performance, and pushing boundaries. Our motto? Go Big. Go Fast.

ZEFR

Series E in 2016
Zefr is a video advertising company that creates targeted video ad placements with it's unique and proprietary technology. With our custom packages, we leverage both technology and human review to selected individual videos, ensuring brands can safely and effectively scale their video ad campaigns. Why the name Zefr? Before Venice became “Silicon Beach” it was the grimy paradise of the 1970's Zephyr skate team. The Z-boys were a group of broken-home-punks that pioneered today’s skate culture. They did more than just push the physical boundaries of the sport—they created the culture that defines Venice today. At Zefr, we embrace the Z-boy’s drive for innovation, performance, and pushing boundaries. Our motto? Go Big. Go Fast.

Machinima

Series C in 2012
Machinima produces and distributes video content for young males and video gamers. Its network provides various shows that include scripted series, original content, weekly and daily shows, official publisher pop culture content, and game-play videos, as well as animation, movies, and TV shows. Machinima offers its services through global distribution platforms that include YouTube, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, Windows, Facebook, Twitter, Google< and Instagram, as well as other devices and networks. It began operation in January 2000, with its headquarters in Los Angeles in California. It operates as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment as of November 30, 2016.

OneCause (formerly BidPal)

Venture Round in 2018
BidPal has rebranded as OneCause. Raise more money and reach more donors with OneCause Fundraising Software and BidPal Mobile Bidding. Located in the technology hub of Indianapolis, OneCause has been recognized on the Inc. 500 list of Fastest Growing Companies and has received a Techpoint MIRA award for Mobile Technology Excellence & Innovation. The company’s fundraising technology includes: Mobile Bidding, Online Fundraising, Peer to Peer Fundraising, Event Software, Payment Processing, Online Ticketing, Mobile Donations, Text2Give, and Registration and Checkout software.

Netuitive

Venture Round in 2014
Netuitive, Inc. provides self-learning performance management software. Its products include Netuitive Service Analyzer that automates performance management applications, as well as delivers a view of business service health in information technology silos; Netuitive SI, which automates systems threshold administration and performance management; and Netuitive SI for VMWARE, a self-learning performance management software for virtualized environments.

LLamasoft, Inc.

Series A in 2012
Over 750 of the world’s most innovative companies rely on LLamasoft to answer their toughest supply chain questions. Powered by the most comprehensive set of supply chain analytics, LLamasoft technology helps business leaders design the supply chain they need to achieve their profitability, service, and growth goals. Breaking down the limitations of traditional planning and operational systems, LLamasoft creates a true end-to-end view of the global supply chain to reveal the optimal design, assess trade-offs and enable decision making across strategic, tactical and operational time horizons. LLamasoft customers have already identified how they can recapture over $13B in savings and the same technology is being used to solve some of the most complex supply delivery problems in developing nations. Partnering with humanitarian organizations, government entities and as part of the World Economic Forum, LLamasoft plans to positively impact 100 million lives by 2022.

NBX

Series A in 2006
NBX Inc. is an online sports entertainment company offering the first head-to-head fantasy sportsbook integrated with an activity-based social network and "tell it like it is" sports media. The NBX Fantasy Sportsbook(TM) lets fans "wager" against their buddies using NBX points, not their hard-earned cash. It's real sporting events, real Vegas odds and the real action of a casino sportsbook. The sports-based social network allows sports fans to make new connections with other fans as well as challenge friends and rivals of their favorite teams. It's free to join and free to play. Uninhibited, original sports media provides unique commentary and insight that can't be found in the mainstream media.

Unitas Global

Series B in 2016
Unitas Global LLC designs, deploys, and manages cloud infrastructure and cloud networking solutions. The company focuses on global cloud access, cloud connectivity, enterprise connectivity, enterprise private cloud, hybrid and multi-cloud, remote monitoring and management, and managed public cloud. Its partners include aws, CISCO, DELL, QTS, and Microsoft Azure. Unitas Global LLC was founded in 2011 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Geodelic Systems

Series B in 2010
Geodelic Systems, Inc. provides a white-label platform supporting mobile Web, desktop Web, notifications, and smartphone applications. The company offers GeoBuys, a platform with merchant self-service tools, targeted and filtered consumer offer discovery, and real-time analytics; and GeoGuides that provides businesses and enterprises the tools to create mobile content and engage consumers towards commerce activities. It serves mobile operators and enterprises in the United States, Europe, and Asia.The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Unitas Global

Series A in 2014
Unitas Global LLC designs, deploys, and manages cloud infrastructure and cloud networking solutions. The company focuses on global cloud access, cloud connectivity, enterprise connectivity, enterprise private cloud, hybrid and multi-cloud, remote monitoring and management, and managed public cloud. Its partners include aws, CISCO, DELL, QTS, and Microsoft Azure. Unitas Global LLC was founded in 2011 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Junction Solutions

Venture Round in 2007
Junction Solutions is a single-source provider of vertical-specific applications and consulting services for the Food & Beverage, Retail, Consumer-Packaged Goods (CPG) and Life Sciences industries. Their industry-focused solutions empower B2B and B2C companies to sell, service, grow and thrive. Founded in 2002, Junction Solutions has built a solid reputation for offering continuous innovation in industry-specific solution suites for Food & Beverage, Retail, CPG, and Life Sciences businesses, while providing superior support and customer service, backed by global technology leader, Microsoft. Their experienced management team brings to the table decades of hands-on leadership expertise in software application development, business consulting planning and implementation, and an extensive understanding of their key vertical industries. With this expertise, Junction Solutions is able to build strong partnerships with their customers to maximize their technology investment. As a leading Microsoft Partner and recipient of numerous industry awards, Junction Solutions leverages Microsoft’s leading enterprise resource planning platform, Microsoft Dynamics AX, and other Microsoft-centric tools to help customers stay competitive in a constantly changing environment. Their solutions are flexible, scalable and specific to each industry they serve, giving their customers the resources they need to manage growth and maximize profits. They believe in a consultative approach to business management, working in tandem with each customer to offer best practice solutions to unique industry challenges. Their customers benefit from their commitment to increasing their return on investment today and in the future. Junction Solutions is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and maintains several corporate offices throughout the country, including California and Georgia.

Passport Labs, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Passport is a cloud tech startup that delivers intelligent data to its customers. Passport transforms mobility management with a single platform to help create an open parking ecosystem. The company's goal is to help cities bring payments into apps users already have on hand while providing management and reporting tools, creating an easy-to-manage and efficient mobility operation for the future. Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Bain Capital Ventures, Grotech Ventures, MK Capital, and Relevance Capital. It was founded on 2010 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Clear Software, LLC

Seed Round in 2016
Clear Software is an Intelligent Automation platform that protects and extends technology investments. The company's platform enables organizations to streamline core business processes across software such as SAP, OracleEBS, Salesforce, and many other cloud and premise applications. It enables automation ranging from a single step task to an end-to-end business process that may involve hundreds of tasks. Clear Software was established in 2015 and is headquartered in Zionsville, Indiana.

DataPop, Inc.

Series B in 2012
DataPop, Inc. provides OmniAds, a platform that delivers optimized ads for various retail customers across search, shopping, and social channels. Its OmniAds helps retailers to better merchandise their products in product listing ads and comparison shopping engines; and connects advertiser messages to users’ intent. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Los Angeles, California with additional offices in New York, Austin, and Phoenix. As of February 17, 2015, DataPop, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Criteo SA.

Kollective Technology

Series C in 2016
Kollective Technology operates as an enterprise content delivery network provider. Its cloud-native enterprise peering platform leverages existing network infrastructure to offset bandwidth constraints and deliver Live Events, Video on Demand, and software via SCCM. The company is headquartered in Bend, Oregon.

Nerdio

Series A in 2014
Nerdio is a pioneer in bringing a cloud-based IT environment to small and midsize organizations. Their depth of knowledge and experience gives you a seamless, reliable, secure and cost-effective IT solution.

Datacubes

Series A in 2017
Headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, and founded in 2016, Convr (formerly DataCubes) is the leading underwriting decisioning platform for commercial P&C insurers. The company has revolutionized the commercial underwriting process with cutting-edge AI and decision science. Commercial carriers of all sizes utilize Convr’s technology to make real-time underwriting decisions based on rich data and highly accurate intelligence gathered by external sources to improve productivity, profitability, efficiency and accuracy. To learn more, visit https://www.convr.com/

Poptent

Venture Round in 2012
Poptent is a social video marketing platform that supports professional and freelance videographers to create and manage video projects from start to finish. It offers an array of productivity tools and enables videographers to create portfolios to showcase their work to the professional world. It facilitates relationships between creators and companies seeking solutions to developing branded content. The platform offers threaded discussions, file sharing facilities, and private video sharing options, which help videographers collaborate and assign credit to other creators in their joint projects. Its production capabilities include short form commercials, longer form advertorials, and other video content. RSS feeds, activity monitoring, and status updates allow Poptent members to stay connected with everyone they are following. The platform features an HD-ready video player online, which facilitates viewing and uploading of videos through its video compression codecs. Poptent can be integrated with other popular social networking sites such as Twitter and YouTube. Poptent serves a diverse array of brands such as General Mills, Coca-Cola, GE, Proctor & Gamble, Unilever, Nestle, American Express, LG, Netflix, Frito-Lay, Geico, Novartis, M&M Mars, Budweiser, MillerCoors, Century 21, Callaway Golf, New Line Cinema, Fedex, Anheuser-Busch, NASDAQ OMX, US Bank, New York Life, Amazon, and Nokia. Poptent was launched in 2007 by Rick Parkhill and is operated from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Lightstream

Series A in 2019
Lightstream is a small, agile team building a complete evolution of what live video production should be: simple, powerful, collaborative, and most of all, fun. Their products and services transform difficult technical hurdles into streamlined tools, unleashing creativity and empowering broadcasters to focus on their message. They are solving complex and exciting problems that not only drive the direction of their technology and products, but help to define new live streaming standards and technology for the future. At the core of who they are as a team is an immense passion and love for what they make, transparency, personal growth, and #goodvibes. They aredriven not just by their desire to build something truly amazing, but to build a company and culture they can be proud of.

TopSchool

Series C in 2010
TopSchool provides a Student Lifecycle Management System – which consists of a student information system at its core, and is complemented by a student portal, a CRM, , and a Reporting/Business Intelligence suite. This offering provides an institution with key insights into their business – insight that can significantly impact lead conversion and student retention efforts.

Netuitive

Series D in 2007
Netuitive, Inc. provides self-learning performance management software. Its products include Netuitive Service Analyzer that automates performance management applications, as well as delivers a view of business service health in information technology silos; Netuitive SI, which automates systems threshold administration and performance management; and Netuitive SI for VMWARE, a self-learning performance management software for virtualized environments.

DBS Communications

Series D in 2007
DBS Communications is a leading independent mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). DBS products operate on several wireless and long distance carrier networks, using a wide variety of GSM, TDMA, and CDMA handsets. DBS creates branded product lines of its own for specific distribution channels and enables wireless product offerings for other distribution companies, carriers, and market segments. As a leading independent provider of prepaid wireless services, the Company has developed a portfolio of innovative proprietary technologies that enable carrier networks with “alternative payment” wireless products for multiple channel partners and for targeted niche market segments.

Clear Software, LLC

Series A in 2018
Clear Software is an Intelligent Automation platform that protects and extends technology investments. The company's platform enables organizations to streamline core business processes across software such as SAP, OracleEBS, Salesforce, and many other cloud and premise applications. It enables automation ranging from a single step task to an end-to-end business process that may involve hundreds of tasks. Clear Software was established in 2015 and is headquartered in Zionsville, Indiana.

Convr Inc.

Private Placement in 2019
Convr Inc. develops and operates a data science platform for commercial insurance underwriters. Its features includes data ingestion engine; organizes data from multiple external and internal enterprise sources, universal data catalog (UDC); captures and ranks available data sources for any purpose, and data management and security; robust data management and data security tools. The company was formerly known as DataCubes Inc. and changed its name to Convr Inc. in May 2020. Convr Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Schaumburg, Illinois.

CellTrak Technologies, Inc.

Venture Round in 2017
CellTrak Technologies, Inc. provides Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based mobile solutions for home healthcare, hospice, and private duty markets in the United States and Canada. It offers CellTrak visit manager platform that enables users to automate workflow, improve compliance, and reduce operating costs. The company also provides homecare technology platform and data management solutions, which include care plan management, global position systems (GPS) and directions, time and attendance, travel time and mileage, supply management, IVR and telephony, alerting and messaging, scheduling, location based services management, nurse care, wound care, and disease care modules. In addition, it offers GPS maps and travel management solutions. The company’s solutions enable home health paraprofessionals and field staffs of various disciplines to enter patient specific care data into an intuitive CellTraker interface. Its SaaS solutions run on GPS-enabled mobile devices via a homecare technology platform, which automates workflow and reduces cost. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Schaumburg, Illinois.

Buzz Media

Series A in 2006
Buzzmedia is an entertainment publisher focused on pop culture, music, and celebrity content. Based on concepts on social media, its platform enables brand advertisers to access and engage audiences using a combination of professional editorial, expert opinion, user contributions, and customized marketing solutions.

Observable Networks

Series B in 2016
Observable offers Network Security-as-a-Service providing automated security analytics and modeling to continuously analyze the behavior of all network devices. Observable Networks, the Clayton-based network security startup.

Eved

Series B in 2012
Eved is leading the transformation of the $263B meeting and event industry from a manual, highly fragmented, traditional service sector into a comprehensive online marketplace. Eved bridges the entire supply chain with a complete and interactive sourcing, marketing, and e-commerce solution. Eved has been adopted and championed by leaders in the meeting and event industry and now encompasses more than 2,500 users including organizations, third-party meeting and incentive companies, event planning and destination management companies, hotels, event venues and suppliers.

Wellspring

Venture Round in 2014
Wellspring Worldwide unifies the process of discovery for organizations that transform knowledge into innovation. Its software products, Sophia, Flintbox, and Zeto manage every step of the Knowledge Supply Chain, enabling leading companies, hospitals, and universities to harness their network of intellectual assets for competitive advantage. It was founded in 20030 and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

Netuitive

Venture Round in 2010
Netuitive, Inc. provides self-learning performance management software. Its products include Netuitive Service Analyzer that automates performance management applications, as well as delivers a view of business service health in information technology silos; Netuitive SI, which automates systems threshold administration and performance management; and Netuitive SI for VMWARE, a self-learning performance management software for virtualized environments.

Datacubes

Series B in 2019
Headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, and founded in 2016, Convr (formerly DataCubes) is the leading underwriting decisioning platform for commercial P&C insurers. The company has revolutionized the commercial underwriting process with cutting-edge AI and decision science. Commercial carriers of all sizes utilize Convr’s technology to make real-time underwriting decisions based on rich data and highly accurate intelligence gathered by external sources to improve productivity, profitability, efficiency and accuracy. To learn more, visit https://www.convr.com/

Vimly Benefit Solutions

Venture Round in 2021
Vimly Benefit Solutions, Inc., a technology and benefit administration company, provides third-party benefit administration services. The company acts as primary liaison between plan participants and other ancillary participants of the plan. It offers services in the areas of enrollment and eligibility; consolidated billing; eligibility data transfer; traditional administration; broker commission, reporting, and payment; COBRA administration; consumer directed health plan administration; and online benefit administration. The company’s solutions are used by employees, employers, brokers, partners, and MERPs. It serves association health plans and PEOs, health plans, multi-employer trust and unions, general agents and brokers, private exchanges, ancillary carriers, and third-party administrators. Vimly Benefit Solutions, Inc. was formerly known as Benefit Solutions, Inc. The company was founded in 1993 and is based in Mukilteo, Washington.

Datanomix

Venture Round in 2023
Our Manufacturing Analytics platform combines machine data streams from your shop floor into actionable insights for your top floor. Focused on the global Industry 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) digital transformations, we extend value far beyond traditional data visualization and process productivity tools. We provide an easy-to-use and intuitive analytics framework to better understand the underlying drivers of cost, process variation, product quality, and predictive maintenance.

Klir Technologies

Series A in 2005
Klir Technologies, Inc. provides information technology management solutions through a software-as-a-service business model. Its solutions include application, bandwidth, network, and server management. The company also provides Klir Analytics, a Web-based interface that provides access to the information technology metrics, performance, utilization, and analytics, as well as manages information technology systems, including applications, bandwidth, networks, and servers. In addition, its software-as-a-service delivery model creates Web 2.0 community, which enables customers to publish, share, and copy information technology practices to use and leverage within their own information technology environments. The company’s customers include manufacturing, retail, transportation, government, professional services, and health care market segments. Klir Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

SimpleReach

Series A in 2014
SimpleReach is the #1 way for brands to measure and improve content ROI. By bringing together hundreds of data sources across websites, social channels, and publishers into the world's largest content data cloud, SimpleReach enables brands to understand how their content drives business outcomes everywhere. Leading content marketers like Intel, Chase, and Home Depot rely on the SimpleReach platform to generate actionable insights that improve the impact of their content creation and distribution. Learn more at www.simplereach.com

Apex Learning Inc.

Series B in 2006
Apex Learning is the leading provider of digital curriculum for secondary education to the nation's school districts. The company's comprehensive, standards-based online courses help schools successfully engage all students in rigorous coursework and prepare them for high school graduation and beyond.

Unitas Global

Private Placement in 2018
Unitas Global LLC designs, deploys, and manages cloud infrastructure and cloud networking solutions. The company focuses on global cloud access, cloud connectivity, enterprise connectivity, enterprise private cloud, hybrid and multi-cloud, remote monitoring and management, and managed public cloud. Its partners include aws, CISCO, DELL, QTS, and Microsoft Azure. Unitas Global LLC was founded in 2011 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

DramaFever Corp.

Series B in 2012
DramaFever Corp. distributes online video and international televised content for customers worldwide. The company engages in streaming movies, documentaries, and TV shows on demand with professional subtitles. Its library also includes Korean dramas, Latin American telenovelas, a range of Asian TV shows and movies, and kids programming in multiple languages. The company also provides advertising opportunities. DramaFever Corp. was founded in 2009 and is based in New York, New York. As of October 31, 2014, DramaFever Corp. operates as a subsidiary of SoftBank Internet and Media, Inc. As of February 29, 2016, DramaFever Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc..

Infiniscene, Inc.

Private Placement in 2019
Infiniscene, Inc. offers live video production software solutions that help users to livestream their shows. It offers Lightstream studio, a broadcast studio that personalizes users’ stream with guests, images, and more in no time; and Arsenal automatically tracks the progress and performance of each influencer across multiple platforms; Cloud offers a cloud-based live streaming production application programming interface (API); and Lightstream prism, a multiplayer streaming solution that helps users to stream with up to four players using broadcast software and to send to multiple destinations to watch the action. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

Generate

Series A in 2009
Generate is a production and management company that develops entertainment properties for the Millennial audience across multiple media platforms. Generate develops professionally produced content that can move from broadband to television, film, publishing and beyond, and creates ways to integrate the advertising, technology and entertainment communities. Generate's talent management arm includes a large concentration of talent including actors, comedians, writers, producers and directors. Generate Insight, the company's market research division, gathers and analyzes data about Millennials.

Multicast Media

Venture Round in 2004
Multicast makes it easy for organizations of all types and sizes to effectively use video, audio and rich media presentations to inform, educate, entertain, promote and inspire. Over 2,300 organizations have chosen Multicast because meeting their goals requires more than just hosting videos and serving ads. It means using video, audio and rich media presentations to communicate effectively with their prospects, customers, colleagues, partners, shareholders, constituents, members, patients, students and congregants. Multicast’s proven solutions and acclaimed client service make it uniquely able to serve the communication needs of organizations who want to: - Capture and stream live events over the Internet and on the iPhone - Make video, audio and rich media presentations available on-demand - Maximize the value of their content

SimpleReach

Series B in 2017
SimpleReach is the #1 way for brands to measure and improve content ROI. By bringing together hundreds of data sources across websites, social channels, and publishers into the world's largest content data cloud, SimpleReach enables brands to understand how their content drives business outcomes everywhere. Leading content marketers like Intel, Chase, and Home Depot rely on the SimpleReach platform to generate actionable insights that improve the impact of their content creation and distribution. Learn more at www.simplereach.com

AwesomenessTV

Series A in 2012
AwesomenessTV is a multi-platform media company owned by DreamWorks Animation (Nasdaq: DWA) and Hearst Corporation, the latter of which has a 25 percent interest. Included under the AwesomenessTV banner are AwesomenessTV, a leading destination for original programming serving the global Gen Z audience; the ATV Network, a community based MCN with over 90,000 channels; Big Frame, an influencer talent management company; DreamWorksTV; Awestruck; Awesomeness Films; Wildness; as well as consumer products, music and branded entertainment divisions. AwesomenessTV was founded by Brian Robbins (Smallville, Varsity Blues, All That) and Joe Davola (In Living Color, Smallville, MTV Networks). Check out www.awesomenesstv.com.

eSpark

Series A in 2012
eSpark, Inc. designs and develops iPad based educational application for school students. It offers Frontier, an active, engaging, and motivational tool to get students to write; and eSpark, provides differentiated instructions for math and ELA on the iPad for elementary school students, as well as learning services. eSpark, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in Chicago, Illinois with an additional office in San Francisco, California.

OneCause (formerly BidPal)

Debt Financing in 2016
BidPal has rebranded as OneCause. Raise more money and reach more donors with OneCause Fundraising Software and BidPal Mobile Bidding. Located in the technology hub of Indianapolis, OneCause has been recognized on the Inc. 500 list of Fastest Growing Companies and has received a Techpoint MIRA award for Mobile Technology Excellence & Innovation. The company’s fundraising technology includes: Mobile Bidding, Online Fundraising, Peer to Peer Fundraising, Event Software, Payment Processing, Online Ticketing, Mobile Donations, Text2Give, and Registration and Checkout software.

Clear Software, LLC

Private Placement in 2018
Clear Software is an Intelligent Automation platform that protects and extends technology investments. The company's platform enables organizations to streamline core business processes across software such as SAP, OracleEBS, Salesforce, and many other cloud and premise applications. It enables automation ranging from a single step task to an end-to-end business process that may involve hundreds of tasks. Clear Software was established in 2015 and is headquartered in Zionsville, Indiana.

Kollective Technology

Venture Round in 2004
Kollective Technology operates as an enterprise content delivery network provider. Its cloud-native enterprise peering platform leverages existing network infrastructure to offset bandwidth constraints and deliver Live Events, Video on Demand, and software via SCCM. The company is headquartered in Bend, Oregon.

Playcast Media

Series B in 2011
Playcast Media Systems brings video games to the world's largest media distribution platform Pay TV networks. The company's solution includes a head-end based system, which streams a game's audiovisual content as a standard MPEG stream, as well as the provisioning of the content and programming itself. Playcast's media streaming systems, located in operators headends, host the games and stream them over the existing video network to an already distributed base of set-top boxes. Playcast is a privately owned, venture capital backed company, based in Israel and the UK.

Unitas Global

Series C in 2018
Unitas Global LLC designs, deploys, and manages cloud infrastructure and cloud networking solutions. The company focuses on global cloud access, cloud connectivity, enterprise connectivity, enterprise private cloud, hybrid and multi-cloud, remote monitoring and management, and managed public cloud. Its partners include aws, CISCO, DELL, QTS, and Microsoft Azure. Unitas Global LLC was founded in 2011 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

HealthiNation, Inc.

Series B in 2008
HealthiNation helps and inspires people to live healthy and active lifestyles; one person, one video, and one community at a time. With over 87 million monthly video views, HealthiNation is the leading provider of engaging and informative original health video programming. HealthiNation’s award-winning video content covers everything from quitting smoking and taking up exercise, to endemic categories like diabetes and multiple sclerosis. HealthiNation was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, United States.

Concord Music Group

Series B in 1996
Concord Music Group is a music label company that manages recorded music activities and publishes music. The company offers a wide range of music labels, including Concord Records, Concord Jazz, Fantasy, Rounder, and Stax. It also organizes music tours for artists and bands, and licenses music for use in a variety of media outlets such as feature films, TV shows, video games, movie trailers, and ringtones. Concord Music Group was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Beverly Hills, California. It was acquired by Concord Bicycle Music in 2015.
BidPal has rebranded as OneCause. Raise more money and reach more donors with OneCause Fundraising Software and BidPal Mobile Bidding. Located in the technology hub of Indianapolis, OneCause has been recognized on the Inc. 500 list of Fastest Growing Companies and has received a Techpoint MIRA award for Mobile Technology Excellence & Innovation. The company’s fundraising technology includes: Mobile Bidding, Online Fundraising, Peer to Peer Fundraising, Event Software, Payment Processing, Online Ticketing, Mobile Donations, Text2Give, and Registration and Checkout software.

Kollective Technology

Acquisition in 2008
Kollective Technology operates as an enterprise content delivery network provider. Its cloud-native enterprise peering platform leverages existing network infrastructure to offset bandwidth constraints and deliver Live Events, Video on Demand, and software via SCCM. The company is headquartered in Bend, Oregon.

Poptent

Series A in 2010
Poptent is a social video marketing platform that supports professional and freelance videographers to create and manage video projects from start to finish. It offers an array of productivity tools and enables videographers to create portfolios to showcase their work to the professional world. It facilitates relationships between creators and companies seeking solutions to developing branded content. The platform offers threaded discussions, file sharing facilities, and private video sharing options, which help videographers collaborate and assign credit to other creators in their joint projects. Its production capabilities include short form commercials, longer form advertorials, and other video content. RSS feeds, activity monitoring, and status updates allow Poptent members to stay connected with everyone they are following. The platform features an HD-ready video player online, which facilitates viewing and uploading of videos through its video compression codecs. Poptent can be integrated with other popular social networking sites such as Twitter and YouTube. Poptent serves a diverse array of brands such as General Mills, Coca-Cola, GE, Proctor & Gamble, Unilever, Nestle, American Express, LG, Netflix, Frito-Lay, Geico, Novartis, M&M Mars, Budweiser, MillerCoors, Century 21, Callaway Golf, New Line Cinema, Fedex, Anheuser-Busch, NASDAQ OMX, US Bank, New York Life, Amazon, and Nokia. Poptent was launched in 2007 by Rick Parkhill and is operated from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Machinima

Series D in 2014
Machinima produces and distributes video content for young males and video gamers. Its network provides various shows that include scripted series, original content, weekly and daily shows, official publisher pop culture content, and game-play videos, as well as animation, movies, and TV shows. Machinima offers its services through global distribution platforms that include YouTube, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, Windows, Facebook, Twitter, Google< and Instagram, as well as other devices and networks. It began operation in January 2000, with its headquarters in Los Angeles in California. It operates as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment as of November 30, 2016.

Machinima

Series A in 2009
Machinima produces and distributes video content for young males and video gamers. Its network provides various shows that include scripted series, original content, weekly and daily shows, official publisher pop culture content, and game-play videos, as well as animation, movies, and TV shows. Machinima offers its services through global distribution platforms that include YouTube, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, Windows, Facebook, Twitter, Google< and Instagram, as well as other devices and networks. It began operation in January 2000, with its headquarters in Los Angeles in California. It operates as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment as of November 30, 2016.

HealthiNation, Inc.

Series A in 2007
HealthiNation helps and inspires people to live healthy and active lifestyles; one person, one video, and one community at a time. With over 87 million monthly video views, HealthiNation is the leading provider of engaging and informative original health video programming. HealthiNation’s award-winning video content covers everything from quitting smoking and taking up exercise, to endemic categories like diabetes and multiple sclerosis. HealthiNation was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, United States.

ReachForce, Inc.

Venture Round in 2011
ReachForce delivers cloud-based lead conversion acceleration software and services specifically designed for B2B marketers to accelerate conversions from their inbound, outbound, and database marketing initiatives. ReachForce fuels lead generation for over 400 leading companies such as Box.net, Citrix Online, Eloqua, GXS, Marketo, TripAdvisor, and Trend Micro. Businesses use ReachForce to optimize their nurturing, scoring, targeting, segmentation and marketing automation initiatives, thereby accelerating revenue. For more information on ReachForce and conversion acceleration best practices, visit our site at www.reachforce.com, our Blog at - http://blog.reachforce.com/ or follow us on Twitter - http://twitter.com/#/reachforce

Blue Frog Media

Series A in 2005
Blue Frog Mobile is doing business as Blue Frog Media, Inc. The company engages in the creation and distribution of text channels.

Machinima

Series E in 2015
Machinima produces and distributes video content for young males and video gamers. Its network provides various shows that include scripted series, original content, weekly and daily shows, official publisher pop culture content, and game-play videos, as well as animation, movies, and TV shows. Machinima offers its services through global distribution platforms that include YouTube, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, Windows, Facebook, Twitter, Google< and Instagram, as well as other devices and networks. It began operation in January 2000, with its headquarters in Los Angeles in California. It operates as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment as of November 30, 2016.

HealthiNation, Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
HealthiNation helps and inspires people to live healthy and active lifestyles; one person, one video, and one community at a time. With over 87 million monthly video views, HealthiNation is the leading provider of engaging and informative original health video programming. HealthiNation’s award-winning video content covers everything from quitting smoking and taking up exercise, to endemic categories like diabetes and multiple sclerosis. HealthiNation was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, United States.

Kollective Technology

Series C in 2012
Kollective Technology operates as an enterprise content delivery network provider. Its cloud-native enterprise peering platform leverages existing network infrastructure to offset bandwidth constraints and deliver Live Events, Video on Demand, and software via SCCM. The company is headquartered in Bend, Oregon.

Intradiem

Venture Round in 2015
Intradiem, Inc. provides intraday automation solutions for multi-channel contact centers. It offers task management, real-time adherence, intraday staffing, channel balancing, alerts and notifications, and reskilling solutions. The company also provides implementation, training, consulting, managed services, success management, and customer support services. It serves companies in telecommunications, financial services, and healthcare industries, as well as outsourcers worldwide. Intradiem, Inc. was formerly known as Knowlagent, Inc. and changed its name to Intradiem, Inc. in January 2013. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Alpharetta, Georgia.