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189 past transactions

Stellent

Acquisition in 2006
Stellent engages in the development, marketing, and service of content management software solutions for organizations worldwide. Its products and services consist of content management, filtering and conversion software products; electronic content management consulting services; and postcontract software maintenance and support. The company offers Universal Content Management software consisting of a unified architecture and product, which power multiple applications and addresses the key elements of content management, such as document management and imaging, Web content management, digital asset management, records and retention management, and collaboration from a unified architecture.

Portal Software

Acquisition in 2006
Portal Software engages in the development, marketing, and support of product-based billing and revenue management software solutions primarily for global communications and media markets. Its solutions are provided in the form of enterprise software and/or services that are used by service providers in the communications, broadband, entertainment, and information sectors to support voice, data, video, and content services through wireless, wireline, cable, and satellite networks.

Sleepycat Software

Acquisition in 2006
Sleepycat Software engages in the development of databases. It offers Berkeley DB, a transactional storage engine for un-typed data in basic key/value data structures; Berkeley DB Java Edition, which is a Java version of Berkeley DB with a different architecture for the Java environment; and Berkeley DB XML, an embedded XML database with XQuery-based access to documents stored in containers and indexed based on their content. The company also provides consulting, technical support, and training services. It serves telecommunications, Internet and enterprise infrastructure software, storage, security, financial services, government, military, aerospace, knowledge management, and Web commerce industries. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Lincoln, Massachusetts with additional offices in California and the United Kingdom.

SiteWorks Solutions

Acquisition in 2004
SiteWorks Solutions is a supplier of clinical trial management software products that hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and research institutions use to manage clinical trials.

LogFire

Acquisition in 2016
LogFire is made up of two distinct company divisions with one common goal – to help companies extract the full potential of their supply chain. Originally founded in 2007 as a supply chain consulting and professional services firm, based on decades of domain expertise in helping companies around the globe implement traditional warehouse management solutions, LogFire Supply Chain Consulting continues today to help companies that have made large capital investments in traditional and legacy client-hosted third party warehousing solutions or custom systems.

Apiary

Acquisition in 2017
Apiary.io is a hosted suite of tools that help companies build web APIs quickly, test & monitor them easily and document them effortlessly. It provides API owners with necessary infrastructure and helps them build relationship with their users. Core of the self-service solution is API Blueprint, an efficient format for describing an API, aspiring to define new gold standard for REST API development. The product uses this Blueprint to streamline adoption of new services and simplify integration to other systems.

Passlogix

Acquisition in 2010
Passlogix, Inc., specializes in providing fast and secure access to enterprise resources. The company's flagship product is the v-GO Access Accelerator Suite, the leading solution set for speeding user access to applications throughout the extended enterprise by eliminating critical pain points in sign-on, provisioning and authentication processes. With more than 21 million licenses sold, the v-GO suite improves business efficiency, strengthens security and compliance, and dramatically reduces IDM system deployment times. The company's patented technology — launched in 1996 with the market's first usable enterprise single sign-on solution — shortens implementation and payback cycles by adapting to any existing infrastructure without the need for custom coding or replacing legacy hardware or software. Passlogix is headquartered in New York City with offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom, France and Asia.

3PAR

Series D in 2004
3PAR Inc. is a global provider of utility storage systems for mid-sized to large enterprises, financial services firms, cloud computing service providers, consumer-oriented Internet/Web 2.0 companies, and government entities. The company helps organizations to build infrastructures that support the delivery of cloud-based services both internally, and at the scale required by service providers that make a business of selling such services to their external customers. The company's enterprise-class storage systems feature a clustered design that supports comprehensive multi-tenancy and was developed to be self-configuring, self-optimizing, self-monitoring, self-healing and scalable. The Company's utility storage systems feature an architected, clustered, integrated hardware platform that includes an operating system and a range of software applications.

YaData

Seed Round in 2006
YaData was purchased by Microsoft on February 27, 2008. It offers analytic software for marketers in the United States, including segment discovery and ranking, which combines statistical techniques for segment discovery. It also offers segment relationship management, which performs segment related activities, including segment discovery, analysis and research, marketing decision support, and tracking to monitor segment evolution. The company serves telecom, banking, insurance, credit card, and Web ad industries. YaData, Ltd. was founded in 2005 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Ampere Computing

Corporate Round in 2019
Ampere Computing Holdings LLC provides cloud native processors for cloud and edge servers. It offers Ampere Altra, a cloud native processer for modern datacenters; and Ampere eMAG, a custom designed multicore processor for large-scale public and private cloud environments. The company is based in Santa Clara, California with additional offices in Portland, Oregon; Taipei, Taiwan. It also has design locations in Bengaluru, India; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Hotsip

Acquisition in 2006
Hotsip AB provides communications infrastructure software. It offers telecommunications infrastructure software and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled applications for IP telephony, presence, messaging, and conferencing on new converged networks. The company also offers Java 2 Enterprise Edition application server and Service Creation Environment for building new customized SIP and Web applications. Hotsip AB was founded in 1999 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Octetstring

Acquisition in 2005
OctetString's Virtual Directory Engine.

TopLink

Acquisition in 2002
TopLink is an object-relational mapping (ORM) package for Java developers.

Arcot Systems

Venture Round in 2000
Arcot Systems, Inc. offers authentication and digital signing solutions to protect and verify digital identity. The company offers TransFort for Issuers that enables authentication for card holders and merchants; TransFort for Merchants, which enables authentication of cardholders that enroll in 3-D secure; RiskFort that blocks fraud in real-time; WebFort and ArcotID software-only authentication solutions; A-OK On-Demand that provides security for authentication process; and SignFort, which enables organizations to replace ‘print and sign’ methods with streamlined process for signing and approving documents. The company provides solutions for consumer portal protection, FFIEC compliance, identity management, Internet threat protection, SAFE biopharmaceutical compliance, and VPN authentication. It helps financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and e-shopping sites to prevent online fraud and identity theft. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with a technology center in Bangalore, India.

RetailersMarketXchange

Series A in 2000
B2B Ecommerce Enterprise Platform with Fortune 500 Clients

GoAhead Software

Acquisition in 2011
GoAhead Software, Inc. develops integrated middleware solutions for telecom, military, and aerospace equipment manufacturers. The company offers SelfReliant, a high availability and systems management solution; and Application Ready Platform in the areas of resource discovery and system model instantiation, shelf manager integration, alarm management, hot swap management, and integration with vendor-specific systems management. Its products also include WebServer, an open source Web server designed for the needs of embedded device developers to deliver support for active server pages, embedded JavaScript, in-process CGI forms, digest access authentication, user management, and standard CGI. The company delivers software for various development projects, such as wireless base station controllers, defense applications, and industrial controllers. It has a strategic alliance with SteelCloud, Inc. GoAhead Software, Inc. was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

Hansen Medical

Post in 2011
Hansen Medical was born from the vision of creating a new generation of advanced medical robotics. The Sensei Robotic Catheter System is their first product.

BEENOS Inc.

Venture Round in 2000
Beenos Partners is a venture capital arm of BEENOS Inc, specializing in incubation, startup, and early stage to late stage investments. The firm primarily invests in the United States of America, India, Indonesia, Japan, and Turkey. Beenos Partners was previously known as Netprice Partners Co., Ltd. It was founded on May 2012 and is based in Tokyo, Japan.

Ampere Computing

Corporate Round in 2020
Ampere Computing Holdings LLC provides cloud native processors for cloud and edge servers. It offers Ampere Altra, a cloud native processer for modern datacenters; and Ampere eMAG, a custom designed multicore processor for large-scale public and private cloud environments. The company is based in Santa Clara, California with additional offices in Portland, Oregon; Taipei, Taiwan. It also has design locations in Bengaluru, India; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Tangosol

Acquisition in 2007
Tangosol provides reliable data grid solutions for mission-critical enterprise applications. Its products include Tangosol Coherence, which enables in-memory data management for clustered J2EE applications and application servers; Tangosol Coherence Data Grid for Spring that provides spring developers with a resource to manage and process application data; and Coherence for .NET, a data grid solution, built with .NET technologies to provide data management solution for .NET applications. The company offers solutions, such as CTO's and CIO's, software architects, developers, performance, reliability, and scalability. It serves financial, manufacturing, telecommunications, and technology enterprises. Tangosol, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Somerville, Massachusetts.

SPL WorldGroup

Acquisition in 2006
SPL WorldGroup provides customer management products, solutions, and advice across various energy markets. It offers its services in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, and internationally. The company was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California with additional offices in Johannesburg, South Africa. As of November 3, 2006, SPL WorldGroup, Inc. is a subsidiary of Oracle Corp.

BEA Systems

Acquisition in 2008
BEA is a provider of enterprise software tailored to delivering business solutions. Their middleware offerings allow companies to streamline operations and cut costs through deployment of BEA's infrastructure technologies, creating what the company calls a "Liquid Enterprise".

Innobase

Acquisition in 2005
Innobase Oy, a subsidiary of Oracle, is the developer of InnoDB, the leading transactional storage engine for the MySQL open source database system.

Portera

Venture Round in 2000
Portera is one of the first service providers to allow its customers to outsource entire business processes, not just applications, through a standard Web browser. Portera subscription services automate mission-critical processes across the front- and back-offices. Because Their services are fully Web-hosted, Portera can provide firms of any size with immediate access to the resources they need to run their business, while establishing a platform for seamless and transparent integration with their clients and business partners. Portera has over 130 customers using their Professional Services Automation (PSA) products worldwide, including: Baan, E.piphany, Hewlett-Packard, Inventa, Lutris Technologies, Network Associates, Tanning Technology, Tibco, Viant and Vodafone Airtouch.

Haley Limited

Acquisition in 2008
Haley, a leading provider of policy modeling and automation software for legislative and regulated industries such as public sector.

MICROS Systems

Acquisition in 2014
MICROS Systems provides enterprise applications for the hospitality and retail industries worldwide. Over 330,000 MICROS systems are currently installed in table and quick service restaurants, hotels, motels, casinos, leisure and entertainment, and retail operations in more than 180 countries, and on all seven continents. In addition, MICROS provides property management systems, central reservation and customer information solutions under the brand MICROS-Fidelio for more than 26,000 hotels worldwide, as well as point-of-sale, loss prevention, and cross-channel functionality through its MICROS-Retail division for more than 100,000 retail stores worldwide. MICROS stock is traded through NASDAQ under the symbol MCRS.

Sun Microsystems

Acquisition in 2009
Sun Microsystems is a multinational vendor of computers, computer software and hardware, and information technology services. Sun is a proponent of open systems in general and UNIX in particular and a major contributor of open source software. Sun filed its initial public offering on March 4, 1986, and it used the stock symbol SUNW until 2007, when it began to use JAVA to promote brand recognition. Sun was purchased by [Oracle Corporation](/organization/oracle) in 2009.

Ampere Computing

Corporate Round in 2017
Ampere Computing Holdings LLC provides cloud native processors for cloud and edge servers. It offers Ampere Altra, a cloud native processer for modern datacenters; and Ampere eMAG, a custom designed multicore processor for large-scale public and private cloud environments. The company is based in Santa Clara, California with additional offices in Portland, Oregon; Taipei, Taiwan. It also has design locations in Bengaluru, India; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Tacit Software

Acquisition in 2008
Tacit Software is a provider of collaboration and knowledge management software and the company behind illumio (www.illumio.com), a productivity tool for monitoring news, blogs, and wikis and connecting with others to share knowledge and expertise. illumio is used by individuals and organizations to more effectively discover and share information by delivering to users only what's important to them. Tacit's enterprise customers include some of the world's leading Fortune 500 companies including Lockheed Martin, Morgan Stanley, and Northrop Grumman.

SoundHound Inc.

Post in 2022
SoundHound Inc. is the innovator in voice-enabled AI and conversational intelligence technologies. SoundHound Inc.’s Houndify is the first independent AI platform that enables developers and business owners to deploy it anywhere and retain control of their brand and users while differentiating and innovating. Houndify provides all the technology ingredients necessary for voice and AI integration, including the world’s fastest speech recognition, the most sophisticated natural language understanding, easy to use developer tools, knowledge graphs, and a large and rapidly growing number of domains. Houndify technologies represent 10 years of R&D. SoundHound's voice search & assistant app, Hound, leverages their Speech-to-Meaning™ and Deep Meaning Understanding™ technologies on a consumer app experience. Their SoundHound music recognition app applies the technology to the listening experience, enabling people to discover, explore, and share the music around them.

BlueKai

Acquisition in 2014
BlueKai is the world's first and only complete enterprise data activation solution for intelligent marketing. BlueKai offers its customers a system for managing and activating all their 1st, 2nd and 3rd party data in all marketing and customer engagements. BlueKai represents the only end-to-end SaaS solution for marketers and publishers looking to maximize their cross-channel marketing efforts and create a proprietary solution for unlocking reach, scale and efficiency using data. BlueKai leads the data-driven marketing space with the industry's first, and most advanced, Data Management Platform as well as the industry's first, and most well-connected, Data Exchange. BlueKai currently works with thousands of companies and is currently trusted by almost half the Fortune 30 brands to activate their data. In 2013 BlueKai was named to Forbes "50 Most Promising US Companies" list as well as Fast Company's "10 Most Innovative Global Companies in Big Data."

Aconex Limited

Acquisition in 2017
Aconex Limited (ASX: ACX) provides the #1 cloud and mobile collaboration platform for the global construction industry. This platform gives owners and contractors in the construction, infrastructure, and energy and resources sectors project-wide visibility and control between the many different organizations collaborating across their projects. With more than 70,000 user organizations and over $1 trillion of project value delivered in more than 70 countries, Aconex is the industry’s most widely adopted and trusted platform. Founded in 2000, Aconex has 47 offices in 23 countries around the world. The company's ordinary shares are traded on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under the ticker code ACX and are included in the S&P/ASX 200 Index.

BIOLASE, Inc.

Post in 2014
BIOLASE, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, develops, manufactures, markets, and sells laser systems for dental practitioners and their patients in the United States and internationally. Its dental laser systems allow dentists, periodontists, endodontists, oral surgeons, and other dental specialists to perform a range of minimally invasive dental procedures, such as cosmetic, restorative, and complex surgical applications. The company offers Waterlase all-tissue dental laser systems for cutting soft and hard tissues; diode laser systems to perform soft tissue, hygiene, cosmetic procedures, and teeth whitening, as well as to provide temporary pain relief; and Epic Hygiene laser to manage non-surgical periodontitis and enhance clinical production. It also manufactures and sells consumable products and accessories for its laser systems, as well as markets flexible fibers and hand pieces, and teeth whitening gel kits. The company sells its products through its field sales force and distributor network. The company was formerly known as BIOLASE Technology, Inc. and changed its name to BIOLASE, Inc. in 2012. BIOLASE, Inc. was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.

Crosswise

Acquisition in 2016
Crosswise, Ltd. provides machine-learning based cross-device mapping data. The company’s information enables AdTech vendors, consumer brands, and publishers to realize the benefits of cross-device advertising, content personalization, and analytics. It identifies which PCs, phones, tablets, digital TVs, and other connected devices are used by individual consumers. The company is based in Tel Aviv, Israel. As of April 21, 2016, Crosswise, Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation.

OPOWER, Inc.

Acquisition in 2016
Working with more than 85 utility partners and serving more than 18 million consumers across seven countries, Opower is the world’s leading provider of customer engagement solutions for the utility industry. By providing the tools, information and incentives consumers need to make smarter decisions about their energy use, Opower’s engagement platform and solution suite enables utilities to involve their customers in programs that support, energy efficiency goals, smart grid and new rate structures, brand loyalty and lowering the cost of service. Proven to drive behavioral change at scale, Opower has helped its utility partners achieve more than 2.5 TWHs of their energy efficiency goals, and drive significant increases in customer program participation and overall customer satisfaction. Opower is a leader in using standing desks according to an article the 5/21/2014 Washington Post. in Founded in 2007 and privately held, Opower is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, with offices in San Francisco, London and Singapore.

DataRaker

Acquisition in 2012
DataRaker was formed to unlock value from the terabytes of data generated by advanced metering systems used by electric, gas, and water companies. DataRaker’s Meter Data Analytics (MDA) solution delivers proven results for all sizes of advanced metering deployments. With nearly 20 million endpoints currently analyzed on a continuous basis, DataRaker’s MDA has been deployed across leading U.S. utilities to optimize meter-to-bill, distribution operations, call center support, efficiency and demand response program delivery, revenue assurance, and financial analysis. DataRaker’s rapid deployment model eliminates up-front risk by delivering measurable value within the first 30 to 60 days.

Steltor

Acquisition in 2002
Steltor is a calendaring software. The company's software offers electronic calendar, schedules management, email management, time management and other related products, enabling the enterprises to manage time.

goBalto

Acquisition in 2018
GoBalto is a software platform that develops cloud-based solutions for drug trial sponsors and clinical research organizations. Its products offer drug trial sponsors and clinical research organizations the fastest, easiest possible way to start clinical studies on the web. The company was founded in 2008 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Netfish Technologies

Venture Round in 2000
Netfish Technologies offers internet-enabled companies with XML-based B2B process collaboration solutions. It offers business process automation solutions for procurement, order fulfillment, billing, payment, and more. Netfish Technologies offers tools to integrate enterprise applications and data to enable the exchange of business information. Netfish Technologies was founded in 1997 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Ampere Computing

Corporate Round in 2021
Ampere Computing Holdings LLC provides cloud native processors for cloud and edge servers. It offers Ampere Altra, a cloud native processer for modern datacenters; and Ampere eMAG, a custom designed multicore processor for large-scale public and private cloud environments. The company is based in Santa Clara, California with additional offices in Portland, Oregon; Taipei, Taiwan. It also has design locations in Bengaluru, India; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

GoldenGate Software

Acquisition in 2009
GoldenGate Software, Inc. is the market leader in Transactional Data Management (TDM) which enables critical business applications to deliver real-time, continuous access to real-time information. GoldenGate's TDM technologies are used for solutions that capture, transform, route, deliver, and verify transactional data in real-time across heterogeneous IT systems. Customers worldwide spanning major industries have deployed over 4,000 solutions using GoldenGate for high availability/disaster tolerance and real-time data integration. Businesses and IT application users increasingly must be able to access, analyze, and act on new data faster than ever, often in real time - and without system interruption or downtime. GoldenGate meets those needs, allowing high volumes of transactional data to be moved across operational and analytical business systems with sub-second speed, low overhead, and with accuracy, reliability, and integrity. For our customers, using GoldenGate TDM means less downtime and performance problems for key transactional applications, and sub-second integration of operational data to drive vastly improved business intelligence. - See more at: http://www.teradata.com/partners/Goldengate-Software-Inc/#sthash.TRtEi0rU.dpuf

Convergin

Acquisition in 2010
Convergin is the provider of Service Capability Interaction Management (SCIM) telco network solutions that assist carriers realize true Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) and accelerate their networks evolution to IMS. By utilizing Convergin's Wireless Convergence Server, service providers accelerate their evolution towards IMS while enabling seamless orchestration of mobile, legacy and next generation core network elements. Since 2001, Convergin has deployed its solutions in wireless and wireline service providers worldwide, enabling a wide range of protocols in the core of the network and allowing service providers to expand their capabilities to new domains.

ClearTrial

Acquisition in 2012
ClearTrial develops and markets a software as a service (SaaS) system designed for biopharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers for the planning, outsourcing, and tracking of clinical trials. In 2011 the company was recognized as a Gartner "Cool Vendor in Life Sciences." ClearTrial software provides life sciences companies with the ability to: -Conduct rapid "what-if" scenario planning for clinical development -Optimize clinical trials according to business goals -Conduct more trials with less cost and effort -Obtain accurate cost & resource forecasts -Streamline sponsor/CRO negotiations -Gain visibility and control over clinical project status To accomplish this, the ClearTrial software architecture follows a project management methodology that includes activity-based costing, which predicts the level of effort for a specific resource (person) to perform a given task (activity). The level of effort is calculated based on an algorithm that has been derived from analysis of the cost and time drivers that affect each task. The ClearTrial Work Breakdown Structure defines and groups the tasks and subtasks that comprise a clinical trial in a way that organizes and defines the total work scope of the clinical project.

SparklineData

Acquisition in 2018
Sparkline Data provides an Analytics Platform, SNAP, for Fortune 10 companies to consume data in their datalakes in sub seconds into tools like Tableau. SNAP combines a cutting edge optimization engine on Spark with an in memory OLAP index to provide unprecedented speeds for business intelligence queries on terabyte scale data,

CarsDirect.com, Inc.

Venture Round in 1999
CarsDirect.com, Inc. provides online car buying services in the United States. It provides new and used automobiles, and related products and services. The company offers passenger cars, luxury cars, sports utility vehicles, trucks, and vans. It also offers auto loans, vehicle service contracts, anti-theft products, credit reports, VIN check, auto repair directory, and audio guide services. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in El Segundo, California. CarsDirect.com, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Internet Brands, Inc.

Interlace Systems

Acquisition in 2007
Interlace Systems, Inc. provides integrated business planning software that bridges the gap between traditional business planning tools and execution systems. The company’s solution is used to support various operational planning processes, such as consensus demand plan creation and management; material component exposure and liability estimation; and sales and operations planning. Its products and services are marketed to large and mid-size enterprises in consumer goods, industrial manufacturing, and high-technology equipment, and medical/pharmaceutical industries.

Responsys

Acquisition in 2013
Responsys (NASDAQ:MKTG) is a marketing cloud software and services company. Their mission is to enable the smartest marketing in the digital world. The most respected brands across the globe use the Responsys Interact Marketing Cloud to manage their digital relationships and deliver the right marketing to their customers across email, mobile, social, display and the web. Their customers gain competitive advantage through the automation, individualization, and coordination of cross-channel marketing interactions at massive scale. Founded in 1998, Responsys is headquartered in San Bruno, California and has offices throughout the world. In 2013, the company was acquired by Oracle.

Retek

Acquisition in 2005
Retek provides software solutions and services to the retail industry. It offers various software solutions, including Merchandise Operations Management solutions that enable coordination of operations to maintain a single source of data covering areas, such as merchandise management, sales audit, rules-based pricing, invoice matching, management of imports, and collaborative design and source; Store and Multichannel Retailing solutions, which allow retailers to regulate store operation costs and coordinate customer service in selling channels.

Netsure Telecom

Acquisition in 2007
Netsure Telecom Limited offers network intelligence, analytics, and network data integrity software for communication services providers. Its products include Core Platform, which is designed for network technical users and provides graphical depiction and reporting to enable them to visualize elements in the network, including the customers and associated services being carried. The company also offers Forecast Manager, which auto-routes the annual/quarterly sales forecasts for network demands against existing and planned network capacity to produce a network investment plan; and Monitor Report Manager, a Web based reporting tool that supports senior management with the needed data, as well as predicts exhaustion dates for network nodes and circuits, and notifies potential problems in the network by email alerts.

TOA Technologies

Acquisition in 2014
TOA Technologies provides field service management software for businesses that operate in the field. Natively delivered through the cloud and the only solution using a patented time-based predictive analytics platform, TOA's ETAdirect provides a new way to manage mobile field service operations. ETAdirect learns how work is done in the field according to each individual employee, creates patterns, and then predicts the most optimized routes available based on real-time, actual data communicating this information with consumers throughout the service process every step of the way. With ETAdirect's unique approach to field service management, TOA's customers are able to empower their field service teams to be more effective, resulting in reduced customer wait times and increased field service productivity.

Logical Apps

Acquisition in 2007
LogicalApps, Inc. provides embedded governance software for enterprise applications. It offers ACTIVE Governance for real-time detection, prevention, and reporting of financial and operational risk. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Irvine, California with regional offices in the United States. As of October 26, 2007, Logical Apps, Inc. is a subsidiary of Oracle Corp.

Speedera Networks

Venture Round in 2001
As of June 13, 2005, Speedera Networks, Inc. was acquired by Akamai Technologies Inc. Speedera Networks, Inc. provides distributed application hosting and content delivery services for organizations in both industry and government sectors. Its family of on-demand services solves the performance, scalability, availability, and security problems of distributed applications and Web sites. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

Captovation

Acquisition in 2008
Captovation, Inc. designs and develops document capture software solutions for electronic document management systems.

FatWire Software

Acquisition in 2011
FatWire Software provides industry-leading web experience management (WEM) solutions that enable organizations to deliver a rich online experience to users and simplify management of their web presence. FatWire offers a comprehensive WEM portfolio including best-in-class WCM and targeted marketing technologies, plus social computing, creative collaboration and content integration capabilities.............

AuctioNet.com

Venture Round in 2000
Auctionet is a marketplace where auction houses from all over Europe sells furniture, art, design items, collectibles and more. The items are sold at online auction, much like eBay, but with a significant difference: all items are carefully inspected, described and photographed by experts, so you can bid with confidence.Auctionet.com was founded in 2011 by Niklas Söderholm, formerly CEO and founder of Bukowskis Market, and Tom Österman, senior expert formerly of Bukowskis and Åmells.

Demantra

Acquisition in 2006
Demantra provides planning solutions for marketing, sales, and supply chain departments in organizations. It offers Internet-enabled demand management solutions that provide online planning and decision-making environment; and trade promotions management solutions for managing trade and consumer promotional activities in companies. The company also provides inventory planning and optimization solutions, including supply chain planning. It offers its solutions to the consumer packaged goods, consumer electronics and technology, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, consumer durables, and footwear and apparel industries. Demantra, Inc. was formerly known as Eventus Logistics, Inc. and changed its name to Demantra, Inc. in April, 2000. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

eConnections

Venture Round in 2000
Internet-based supply-chain management services for the electronics industry.

Silver Creek Systems

Acquisition in 2010
Silver Creek Systems, Inc. designs and develops automated data mastering solutions. It offers DataLens System, which standardizes, enriches, matches, and repurposes product data from various sources; data service applications (DSA) that capture business rules and apply to data integration tasks; data lenses, a semantics-based approach to identify key information; and DataLens foundry, a pre-configured DSA that extracts, standardizes, and populates search dimensions. The company also provides business solutions, such as automation for information supply chains; and automated data mastering for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. In addition, it offers IT solutions, including automated data services for product data; and data mastering for product data integration, data quality, and data governance. The company's DataLens System creates data services for SOA, PIM and MDM, search optimization, ETL, data quality, data governance, system consolidation and data migration, and business intelligence applications. It serves companies in retail, distribution, manufacturing, high tech, healthcare, consumer electronics, food services, telecommunications, energy, and other sectors. Silver Creek Systems, Inc. was formerly known as OneRealm, Inc. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Westminster, Colorado. As of December 2009, Silver Creek Systems, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corp..

GTx

Series E in 2003
GTx, Inc. is a company of pioneering and driven individuals who are delivering better medicines with new science through established pathways.

Bharosa

Acquisition in 2007
As of July 18, 2007, Bharosa, Inc. was acquired by Oracle Corp. Bharosa, Inc. provides fraud detection and multifactor online authentication security solutions to the enterprises. The company offers cyber security measures that protect consumers against identity theft and frauds; Tracker that works behind the scenes to verify a host of factors used to confirm a user's identity, including the user's computer, location, and online behavior; and Authenticator that protects sensitive credentials data from phishing, trojans, and proxy-based frauds. It offers its services to financial service providers, Internet service providers, and application service providers, as well as to defense, e-commerce, healthcare, government, privately-held, and venture-funded companies. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

CloudMonkey

Acquisition in 2015
CloudMonkey LLC is a leader in creating testing tools and platforms for mobile apps. They are headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

Oracle Dyn

Acquisition in 2016
Oracle Dyn Global Business Unit is a pioneer in managed DNS and a leader in cloud-based infrastructure that connects users with digital content and experiences across a global internet. Dyn's solution is powered by a global network that drives 40 billion traffic optimization decisions daily for more than 3,500 enterprise customers, including preeminent digital brands such as Netflix, Twitter, Linkedin and CNBC. Adding Dyn's best-in-class DNS and email services extend the Oracle cloud computing platform and provides enterprise customers with a one-stop shop for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). On January 31, 2017 Oracle completed the acquisition of Dyn, which now operates as an Oracle Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) global business unit (GBU).

Nimbula

Acquisition in 2013
Nimbula, the cloud OS company, delivers a new class of cloud infrastructure software enabling enterprises and service providers to build private, public or hybrid clouds. Nimbula Director, Nimbula’s flagship product, is scalable, highly automated, easy to use and provides complete control over your cloud. Nimbula is a software company founded by Chris Pinkham and Willem van Biljon, the team that developed the industry-leading Amazon EC2, and is backed by a solid team of leading investors, including Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital. Nimbula has joined the OpenStack Foundation to deliver the most advanced cloud software. Read more here: http://blog.nimbula.com/corporate/2012/10/a-new-chapter-nimbula-joins-openstack/ Nimbula is headquartered in Mountain View, California and has a development team in South Africa. Nimbula was Acquiredby Oracle Corp. last year.

Filefish

Acquisition in 2003
Filefish provides B2B solutions to mobile wireless platforms for e-commuting.

Sauce Video

Acquisition in 2020
Sauce - the video collaboration app for brands, teams and events. they believe brands are powered by their communities. The real people who buy, build and embrace your products can offer authentic stories that portray your brand message in the most unique way.

PeopleSoft

Acquisition in 2004
PeopleSoft is a company that provided software solutions and management systems for Human Resources, Financial, Supply Chain, Customer Relationship, and Enterprise Performance. It was acquired by Oracle and continues to offer applications today.

mValent

Acquisition in 2009
[mValent](http://www.mvalent.com/) is a provider of application configuration management solutions. In February of 2009, they were acquired by [Oracle](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/oracle).

Skywire Software

Acquisition in 2008
Skywire Software, LLC develops industry-specific software products to integrate processes, people, and information for enterprises in insurance, financial services, healthcare, utility, legal, and professional services industries. It offers Docuflex to design documents, accept transaction and input data, and personalize and distribute documents; Documaker to create, maintain, and distribute customer documents; a system to display, present, and view documents across Internet and enterprise; EBPP that provides billing information; and a systems to convert paper review into a Web-based process. The company also provides software to transform text-based information into documents; GA Agency Management System to automate back-office functions; InsBridge, an insurance rating, rules, and underwriting system; and a Web-based title and settlement system, and software to conduct document testing. In addition, the company offers Insurance Data Exchange to collaborate and exchange data electronically; IStream Communicator to write, personalize, review, and approve customer correspondence; a system that accommodates the gathering of application data; and a business intelligence and data warehousing system. Further, Skywire provides Transall to develop processes that accept data in various formats; various systems for the creation and production of manually typed insurance policies; and a life insurance industry processing portal and document automation software. The company has locations in North America, Australia, China, Dubai, Germany, the Netherlands, South Africa, ant the United Kingdom. It has strategic partnerships with Adaptik, AMS-Rackley, Applied Systems, Ascendant One, Billmatrix, CDP, CheckFree, CSC, Epic Solutions, ePolicy, eProfile, Firstlogic, ISO, Kofax, Microsoft, Oce Printing Systems, SAP, SynTel, LLC; Systems & Software, Ventyx, Virtusa, Weiland Financial, and Xerox. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Frisco, Texas.

Empirix - e-TEST Suite Products

Acquisition in 2008
Empirix - e-TEST Suite Products comprises web application testing and monitoring software products offering testing solutions.

Oblix

Acquisition in 2005
As of March 28, 2005, Oblix, Inc. was acquired by Oracle Corp. The company develops identity-based security solutions for e-business networks. It offers Oblix NetPoint, a Web access management solution that provides an identity infrastructure for e-business environment. The company offers identity and Web services management, as well as access control and single sign-on to the enterprise and partner applications. Oblix, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is based in Cupertino, California.

Vocado, LLC

Acquisition in 2018
Vocado, LLC provides school management solutions that automate processes especially for the complex Borrower-Based Academic Year (BBAY) financial aid and student accounting operations. It helps in creating and recording leads, CRM integration, and lead management activities. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Manhattan Beach, California. As of April 30, 2018, Vocado, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation.

Pharmaca

Series C in 2003
Since 2000, Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy has offered traditional pharmacy services alongside holistic remedies so customers can choose how they want to approach their health care (learn more about their history). Their staff of certified practitioners helps guide customers through their selection of over-the-counter medications, alternative remedies, and natural cosmetics and body care products for a stress-free shopping experience.

Active Reasoning

Acquisition in 2007
Stay connected with all things #Oracle: products, services, training, news, events, promotions, and more.

DataScaler

Acquisition in 2010
Provides data center infrastructure space solutions for enterprise installations and managed network services. The company offers enterprise data center space solutions, such as custom data center space and disaster recovery; collocation, including server, cabinet, cage, private data suites, and disaster recovery solutions; and facility information solutions, including data center specs and coverage. It also offers network solutions, such as WAN services, including private line, frame relay, Ethernet, MPLS/IP VPN, and private DSL; Internet access; and network security solutions, such as firewall, intrusion detection and prevention, and IPSec VPN. In addition, it provides management tools, such as fault, performance, and application monitoring.

SelectMinds

Acquisition in 2012
SelectMinds helps businesses maintain the valuable relationships with past and current employees and build a strong corporate community. SelectMinds TalentVine helps businesses maximize the potential of social sourcing, eases the referral recruiting process and leverages the existing networks of current and former employees. SelectMinds AlumniConnect helps businesses build secure online communities to maintain the relationship among past and current employees. SelectMinds' clients include J.P. Morgan, ADP, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Latham & Watkins, Schlumberger and Hewitt.

StackEngine

Acquisition in 2015
StackEngine, Inc. builds Docker management and automation software. The company operates a platform that allows organizations to deploy, manage, and scale resilient Docker applications. Its Docker software enables product teams to bootstrap Docker into production; discover, visualize, and manage small to large scale Docker deployments; and automate change and configuration management for containers. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Austin, Texas. As of December 18, 2015, StackEngine, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation.

Proteus Digital Health

Series F in 2013
Proteus Digital Health® is creating a new category of pharmaceuticals: Digital Medicines. Digital Medicines includes drugs that communicate when they’ve been taken, wearable sensors that capture physiologic response, applications that support patient self-care and physician decision making and data analytics to serve the needs of doctors and health systems. The goal of Digital Medicines is to empower patients and their families, enable physicians and health systems to more effectively manage risk and ensure that outcomes are reliably achieved.

RightNow Technologies

Acquisition in 2011
RightNow (NASDAQ:RNOW) is helping rid the world of bad experiences one consumer interaction at a time, seven million times a day. RightNow CX, the customer experience suite, helps organizations deliver exceptional customer experiences across the web, social networks and contact centers, all delivered via the cloud. With more than eight billion customer interactions delivered, RightNow is the customer experience fabric for nearly 2,000 organizations around the globe. RightNow is a registered trademark of RightNow Technologies, Inc. NASDAQ is a registered trademark of The NASDAQ Stock Market LLC.

Involver

Acquisition in 2012
Involver is the web's most trusted social marketing platform, supporting 700,000 brands and agencies who manage audiences of more than 1.6 Billion fans. Involver provides marketers with everything they need to create rich experiences across the social web. Involver SML is the World's First Markup Language For Social Media, enabling front-end developers to create rich social experiences. Our Audience Management Platform is the most effective way for agencies and their clients to publish, monitor, measure, and manage social media content across multiple social networks from one central dashboard. Involver also has over two dozen applications built specifically to help marketers engage their audiences across the social web. Involver is a Facebook Preferred Developer and a technology provider for Facebook's internal marketing team (having built campaigns for the World Cup, Stories, US Elections, and many other projects). We're helping many of the world's biggest brands expand their influence through social media. Learn more at www.involver.com.

RuleBurst Holdings

Acquisition in 2008
RuleBurst Limited is a Canberra, Australia-based independent software vendor that develops and distributes the RuleBurst 8 and Oasis suites of software products. RuleBurst 8 is a Business Rule Management System, or business rules engine. Using a combination of RuleBurst 8 and appropriate domain expertise RuleBurst has amassed considerable expertise in helping organisations rapidly capture their business rules from voluminous and complex information sources. RuleBurst has a speciality in being able to derive business rules directly from legislative sources. Some of the solutions RuleBurst can deliver include compliance with government policy and regulatory regimes; simplifying the provision of complex government information to citizens; banking, finance and insurance industry compliance and process solutions; and entitlement and benefit assessment for government and the private sector The Oasis suite of software solutions addresses Governance, Compliance and Risk Management issues. Oasis enables identification, analysis and management of operational risk on an integrated, organisation-wide basis. It reduces the time and costs associated with ongoing compliance by combining document management, business process management and customisable reporting capabilities, enabling organisations to document controls and automate end-to-end compliance processes. RuleBurst acquired Haley Systems in November 2007 and rebranded to Haley in early 2008.

Grapeshot

Acquisition in 2018
Grapeshot Limited develops software products for marketers and advertising agencies. It offers Contextual Intelligence Platform that empowers businesses with real-time targeting, data enrichment, and audience discovery. The company provides custom targeting, predictive targeting, brand safety, GDPR compliance, campaign analytics, brand stories, reporting and analytics, and audience segmentation solutions. It serves brands, DSPs, media agencies, platforms, publishers, and trading desks. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Cambridge, United Kingdom. It has additional offices in London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Singapore, Cambridge, Palo Alto, Toronto, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Sydney. As of May 15, 2018, Grapeshot Limited operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation.

beenz.com

Venture Round in 1999
Beenz.com is an online marketing tool designed to attract and maintain the attention of online consumers.

Nor1

Acquisition in 2020
Nor1, Inc. provides data-driven upsell technology solutions to the travel industry. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Nor1's patented, real-time decisions intelligence engine, PRiME®, powers Nor1's scalable upsell platform including its signature eStandby Upgrade®. These solutions are engineered to maximize revenues and build brand loyalties for the world's leading hospitality companies. Nor1 continues to attract technology’s most distinguished investors, such as Concur (CNQR), Goldman Sachs and Accel Partners.

ATG (Art Technology Group)

Acquisition in 2010
ATG is a e-commerce solution provider for many brands around the world. offer an integrated suite of Internet customer relationship management and e-commerce software applications, as well as related application development, integration and support services. Their solution enables businesses to understand, manage and build online customer relationships and to market, sell and support products and services over the Internet more effectively. Their Dynamo product suite includes an application server that is specifically designed to enable and support Web applications, as well as e-commerce and Internet customer management applications. An application server is a software program that facilitates the development, deployment and management of other software programs. Their solution is designed to provide businesses with the core application platform and software tools required to develop and deploy personalized, reliable, large-scale Web sites for conducting e-commerce.
Accelerate Diagnostics is a medical device company dedicated to providing solutions to the global challenge of drug-resistant organisms and hospital-acquired infections. It is focused on developing and commercializing innovative instrumentation for the rapid identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing of infectious pathogens. The Company’s revolutionary BACcel platform utilizes a proprietary culture-free process, with both genomic and phenotypic detection technologies, that significantly decreases time to result while achieving high sensitivity and specificity. It was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona.

Endeca

Acquisition in 2011
Endeca provides enterprise search for large companies including Borders, Boeing, the Census Bureau, the EPA, Ford, Hallmark, IBM, and Toshiba. The company specializes in guided search, auto-categorizing results based on the keywords someone enters. Endeca charges from $100,000 to more than $10 million per installation. Endeca competes with FAST Search & Transfer, which was [acquired](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/08/microsoft-has-announced-a-takeover-bid-for-fast-search-transfer-priced-at-12-billion/) by Microsoft for 1.2 Billion in January 2008.

Portera

Venture Round in 2000
Portera is one of the first service providers to allow its customers to outsource entire business processes, not just applications, through a standard Web browser. Portera subscription services automate mission-critical processes across the front- and back-offices. Because Their services are fully Web-hosted, Portera can provide firms of any size with immediate access to the resources they need to run their business, while establishing a platform for seamless and transparent integration with their clients and business partners. Portera has over 130 customers using their Professional Services Automation (PSA) products worldwide, including: Baan, E.piphany, Hewlett-Packard, Inventa, Lutris Technologies, Network Associates, Tanning Technology, Tibco, Viant and Vodafone Airtouch.

Bridgestream

Acquisition in 2007
Bridgestream was founded in 2000 and sold software for identity management and security. Bridgestream was acquired by Oracle, and products rolled into the Oracle suite of IAM products.

Ravello Systems Inc.

Acquisition in 2016
Ravello Systems is the industry’s first Cloud Application Hypervisor provider. With Ravello, enterprises can encapsulate their multi-VM applications and run them anywhere – on-premise or in any cloud – without making any changes whatsoever, and thereby implement a true hybrid cloud. Ravello is offered via an easy to use Software-as-a-Service and enables developers, devops and IT to use the unlimited resources of the public cloud to develop and test their applications. Ravello Systems is backed by top tier VCs including Sequoia Capital, Norwest Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners.

Talari Networks

Acquisition in 2018
Talari Networks enables enterprises to combine multiple sources of diverse, abundant and affordable public WAN bandwidth to create a network that delivers consistent business-class performance and additional bandwidth comparable to or better than MPLS, but at a fraction of the cost. The company's proprietary technology monitors the conditions of all available networks at the millisecond level and immediately re-directs traffic to the optimal network to ensure four nines in reliability and predictability across all applications, including VoIP, videoconferencing and other real-time applications. By solving the performance issues associated with public WANs, Talari enables enterprises to reduce monthly WAN costs by 40-90%.

Ksplice

Acquisition in 2011
Ksplice Uptrack lets you apply 100% of the important kernel security updates released by your Linux vendor without rebooting. Ksplice Uptrack is available for Oracle Linux, free of charge, for Oracle Linux customers with a Premier support subscription. Additionally, anyone can use Ksplice Uptrack for free on Ubuntu Desktop and Fedora.

Eloqua

Acquisition in 2012
Eloqua helps clients dramatically accelerate revenue growth through marketing automation and Revenue Performance Management. The company provides powerful business insight to inform marketing and sales decisions today that drive revenue growth tomorrow. It offers two platforms, Eloqua 9 and the revolutionary Eloqua 10, which was built on SproutCore. The company's mission is to make its customers the fastest growing companies on earth. Eloqua is used by more than 50,000 marketers -- more than every other marketing automation vendor, combined. Clients include Adobe, AON, Dow Jones, ADP, Fidelity, Polycom, and National Instruments. The company is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, with offices in Toronto, London, Singapore and throughout North America.

Maxymiser

Acquisition in 2015
On September 10, 2015, Oracle completed the acquisition of Maxymiser. Maxymiser is a leading provider of cloud-based software that enables marketers to test, target and personalize what a customer sees on a Web page or mobile app, substantially increasing engagement and revenue. Maxymiser optimizes over 20 billion customer experiences per month for brands such as HSBC, Lufthansa, Tommy Hilfiger and Wyndham. Oracle Marketing Cloud is already the fastest growing software platform for modern marketers in the world. The addition of Maxymiser to Oracle Marketing Cloud will strengthen the most comprehensive solution to manage marketing programs across all digital channels and across the customer lifecycle.

i-flex Solutions

Acquisition in 2013
i-flex Solutions is an India-based company that distributes IT solutions for enterprises.

Telephony@Work

Acquisition in 2006
Telephony@Work, Inc. develops Internet-integrated enterprise computer telephony solutions for call centers and companies. The company develops browser-based and carrier-hosted software that handles contact-center infrastructure tasks, such as call queuing and distribution, outbound dialing, email sorting, and semi-automated response, as well as voice mail and fax services. It helps businesses deliver services through phone, fax, and Internet. The company sells its technology to end-user companies and commercial service providers, which hosts the software for their contact center customers.

Bitzer Mobile

Acquisition in 2013
Bitzer Mobile, Inc. is a provider of infrastructure software for enterprises to use on-premise or as part of cloud computing environments. CIOs and IT managers use Bitzer to securely extend enterprise application access on mobile devices and support consumerization by allowing employees to use their personally purchased device in the enterprise. Bitzer technology has been under development since mid- 2009. The company was founded in mid-2010. Bitzer is located in the heart of Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, CA.
SDL Enterprise Technologies Inc. develops and markets software-as-a-service information management solutions for corporations in the United States and internationally. It offers software solutions in the areas of translation memory, terminology management, and software localization. The company was formerly known as Idiom Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to SDL Enterprise Technologies Inc. in June 2009. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. As of February 11, 2008, SDL Enterprise Technologies Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SDL plc.

Icarian

Venture Round in 2000
Icarian helps companies build and manage their workforce strategically, so their business becomes more competitive and their people can thrive.

Iridize Ltd.

Acquisition in 2018
Iridize was founded in 2011 to help make the internet and web apps easier to use. They are committed to helping their fellow SaaS providers cure churn, onboard their customers and grow a happy, healthy customer base. Iridize is proud to support a rapidly-growing client base that includes leading companies in the banking, insurance, software, e-commerce, and consumer goods manufacturing industries.

DataScience, Inc.

Acquisition in 2018
DataScience.com is an information technology company that provides an enterprise data science platform. DataScience.com provides an enterprise data science platform that combines the tools, libraries, and language data scientists. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Culver City, California.

Miadora

Series C in 2000
Miadora operates an online business to consumer marketplace for the purchase of luxury jewelry and other accessories. Its products include handbags, earrings, watches, and rings. The company provides jewelry in collections such as bridal, diamond, pearl, gemstone, and signature. Miadora was founded by Julie Schwartz in 1999 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Collaxa

Acquisition in 2004
Collaxa is a web and software company. The company develops and markets business process management software. It offers BPEL Server that coordinates Web services and automates business processes. Collaxa was founded by Edwin Khodabakchian in 2000 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.

Palerra, Inc.

Acquisition in 2016
Founded in 2013, Palerra believes in automating the entire security lifecycle, from threat detection to remediation, in order to effectively combat cyber crime and keep enterprises secure. Palerra is a privately held company backed by Norwest Venture Partners and Wing Venture Partners. The funding represented the first joint Series A investment made by Palerra’s board members from Wing and NVP since investing in FireEye (FEYE) in 2005. The LORIC™ platform provides threat visibility and ensures compliance of your cloud footprint by combining threat detection, predictive analytics, security configuration management, and automated incident response into a single solution. LORIC does not require hardware, software or agents and is not deployed inline with cloud services.

Textura

Acquisition in 2016
Textura is an online collaboration platform for the construction industry. From Pre-Qualification to Payment, their solutions leverage electronic signatures and online workflow to help their clients save time, save money and reduce risk.

TripleHop Technologies

Acquisition in 2005
TripleHop Technologies provides advanced context-sensitive search, retrieval, and classification software solutions. It offers MatchPoint, an information retrieval solution for the access, classification, and delivery of enterprise information. The company's enterprise tools serve the financial services, legal, life sciences, management consulting, media, and other industries to access and share relevant information from sources, including the Internet, corporate networks, and proprietary knowledge bases. TripleHop Technologies also provides industry-specific travel, retail, and employment recommendation engines either in Web site or call center version. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in New York City. The company also has offices in Paris, France; and London.

Internet Brands

Venture Round in 1999
Since launching in 1998 as CarsDirect.com, Internet Brands has grown to become a fully integrated online media and client services organization focused on four high-value vertical categories: Automotive, Health, Legal and Home / Travel. The company’s award-winning consumer websites lead their categories and serve more than 100 million monthly visitors, while a full range of web presence offerings has established deep, long-term relationships with SMB and enterprise clients. Internet Brands’ powerful, propriety operating platform provides the flexibility and scalability to fuel the company’s continued growth.

Aceva Technologies

Series B in 2000
As of February 14, 2007, Aceva Technologies, Inc. was acquired by SunGard Data Systems, Inc. Aceva Technologies, Inc. provides enterprise application software solutions for revenue and receivables management. The company offers a suite of enterprise application software solutions, including business analytics dashboard, transaction reconciliation, and collections management solutions for credit management, order quality, dispute prevention, inventory transaction reconciliation, deductions management, collections management, electronic invoice presentment and payment, and cash forecasting. It also provides value assessment, implementation, and support services. Aceva Technologies, Inc. was formerly known as InPurchase, Inc. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California. Aceva Technologies has additional offices in Seattle, Washington; Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Boston, Massachusetts; New York, New York; and Atlanta, Georgia, as well as New Delhi, India.

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.

Conformia Software

Acquisition in 2009
Conformia Software (formerly RIVA Commerce) is the provider of Product and Process Lifecycle Management Solutions for the Pharmaceutical Industry. Built on a unique understanding of the global knowledge management needs of the pharmaceutical industry for the 21st century, Conformia is enabling the ICH vision(Q8/9/10) by providing stewardship of core product/process lifecycle knowledge for today and tomorrow.

Context Media

Acquisition in 2005
Context Media helps digital content marketing companies manage and share their digital assets in a better way. Through its services and technologies, content providers have the ability to create, package, and distribute their content across all available digital platforms in a way that dynamically links their content to appropriate related content from partners, affiliates, and other different resources. The company’s staff comprises former Netscape management and Emmy-award-winning production professionals. Founded by Dan Harple, Context Media is based in Providence, Rhode Island.

Sigma Dynamics

Acquisition in 2006
Sigma Dynamics, Inc. develops real-time analytics software solutions. Its software provides various decision applications, including real-time offer management, field service optimization, predictive call routing, and fraud detection.

Nirvanix

Acquisition in 2013
Cloud storage solutions to avoid downtime losses for customers expecting security reliability and redundancy levels

Compendium

Acquisition in 2013
Compendium is a content marketing platform that helps organizations build stronger, more effective stories that attract customers, amplify conversations, and build authentic relationships with content that comes from anywhere, and is readily distributed to anywhere.

Thor Technologies

Acquisition in 2005
Thor’s revolutionary SaaS platform and Mobile App, Odin™, is fixing the gig economy for both companies and contractors. Odin helps companies easily attract and onboard new contractors, pay them with a click of a button, and file their year-end taxes, all while getting independent contractors instant payments and affordable benefits. The revolutionary platform is changing the way everybody thinks about the gig economy—for good.

Talk.com

Venture Round in 2000
Welcome to talk.com, where we provide you all the latest information on mobile communications technology such as texting, emailing, phone calls, instant messaging, and more! Mobile ommunications has revolutionized the world and is constantly evolving, so staying up-to-date is absolutely necessary; and we have all the resources you need! talk.com provides you with all of the articles, links, and searches you need to get your hands on the best and newest information regarding mobile communication and the companies that provide these services

Advanced Visual Technology Ltd

Acquisition in 2008
Advanced Visual Technology operates as a maker of space-planning software for retailers. The company sells Retail Focus, a product allowing retailers plan store floors and shelf space. ATV has been acquired by Oracle in October 2008. Moreover, the company is based in United Kingdom.

Primavera Systems

Acquisition in 2008
Project, portfolio, programs and resource management software solutions for enterprises

Oracle-NetSuite

Acquisition in 2016
NetSuite is cloud computing company dedicated to delivering business applications over the internet. It provides a suite of cloud-based financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), HR and omnichannel commerce software that runs the business of companies in more than 100 countries. The company was founded 1998 and is based in San Mateo, California.

CollabNet, Inc.

Series C in 2003
CollabNet provides cloud-based application lifecycle management solutions for increasing enterprise agility and governance. The company offers TeamForge, an enterprise agile platform that simplifies and streamlines user workflow as well as offers enhanced planning, visibility, and reporting for increasingly complex software development environments; CloudForge, a cloud-based platform for developers to code, connect, and deploy projects to the public or private clouds; ScrumWorks Pro, an agile planning platform to unleash team productivity; and Subversion Edge that simplifies subversion installation, automates upgrades, and manages instances. The company also provides Enterprise Git, a control, security, and compliance solution for enterprises; CollabNet. GitEye, an intuitive graphical Git client with integration for users to plan, track, code review, and build tools; and integrations to orchestrate users’ favorite tools. In addition, it offers training services such as agile and product training services; c...

G-Log

Acquisition in 2005
G-Log provides its clients with internet-based logistics systems. It was founded in 1999.

Archive

Venture Round in 2000
Archive is an application service provider that allows customers to aggregate and replay business-to-business transactions.

3PAR

Series B in 2000
3PAR Inc. is a global provider of utility storage systems for mid-sized to large enterprises, financial services firms, cloud computing service providers, consumer-oriented Internet/Web 2.0 companies, and government entities. The company helps organizations to build infrastructures that support the delivery of cloud-based services both internally, and at the scale required by service providers that make a business of selling such services to their external customers. The company's enterprise-class storage systems feature a clustered design that supports comprehensive multi-tenancy and was developed to be self-configuring, self-optimizing, self-monitoring, self-healing and scalable. The Company's utility storage systems feature an architected, clustered, integrated hardware platform that includes an operating system and a range of software applications.

Curriki

Grant in 2018
Find free to use learning and teaching content from diverse content providers and educators from around the world. What happens when classroom teachers from every country in the world take part in a global community of sharing curriculum and best practices? Teachers are empowered to create extraordinary learning experiences for their students. Barriers to equal access to education begin to lift—geography and politics become immaterial. And the economy benefits from a highly educated population. That’s why they founded Curriki, a nonprofit K-12 global community for teachers, students, and parents to create, share, and find free learning resources that enable true personalized learning. They believe free and equal access to the best curriculum materials is possible and Curriki is leading the way. Curriki has been translated into Finnish and Japanese. Please visit these amazing sites for local language resources and community connections.

Tekelec International

Acquisition in 2013
The explosive growth of text messages, wireless subscribers and pre-paid services require telecom operators to support increasing amounts of traffic on their networks – and to make sure it gets where it needs to go. This means more insight, control and management of traffic is necessary. Tekelec, the session and mobile data management company, enables billions of people and devices to surf, talk, and text. Our solutions allow service providers to dynamically manage network resources and services, while providing end users with a consistent and personalized customer experience. We handle the complexity of today’s multi-generational and multi-vendor networks by enabling devices, protocols, services, and databases to securely and efficiently communicate with each other. Tekelec solutions are already trusted in the core of major telecom operator networks around the globe, including eight of 10 of the world’s largest wireless telecom operators and six of 10 of the world’s largest wireline telecom operators. Tekelec has more than 30 offices around the world serving more than 300 customers in more than 100 countries.

Temposoft

Acquisition in 2005
Temposoft is a software development company. Its web-based enterprise platform supports the entire life cycle of workforce management, delivering a technology platform, a suite of retail best-practice applications, and executive enterprise reporting. The company was founded by Pierre Cesarini in 1998 and is headquartered in Prance.

Global Knowledge Software

Acquisition in 2008
Global Knowledge Software is an information technology company that is focused on the development of self-service training automation software solutions. Global Knowledge Software was acquired by Oracle Corporation in July 2008. Global Knowledge Software was founded in 1995 and is based in Cary, North Carolina.

DataLogix

Acquisition in 2014
Datalogix® is the industry-recognized leader at connecting digital media and offline purchasing data. We help more than half of the top 100 consumer marketers increase the effectiveness and measurability of their advertising. DLX Platform®, encompasses over $1 trillion in consumer spending and powers campaigns for more than 75% of online media companies. DLX ROI® is rapidly becoming the industry standard for measuring offline sales lift for digital media. Datalogix also offers predictive analytics for Direct Mail, and integrated media solutions via the DLX Net. Our expertise spans the major consumer segments, including Retail, CPG, Automotive, Telecom, Travel and Financial Services. We are based in Colorado, with offices in New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, and London.

AddThis

Acquisition in 2016
AddThis provide online marketers easy-to-use tools to deliver personalized experiences to users across the web. Over 15 million domains reaching 2B unique users, leverage the AddThis platform to drive traffic and engagement. <a href="https://luckypatcherforum.com/modded-play-store/">Modded Pay Store</a> The company leverages a footprint of 1 trillion page views yearly to power their unique offering.

Phase Forward

Acquisition in 2010
Provider of integrated data collection and data management solutions for clinical trials and drug safety

Front Porch Digital

Acquisition in 2014
Front Porch Digital is the global leader in content storage management (CSM) solutions and, with the 2008 acquisition of SAMMA Systems, it is now the global leader in the migration and preservation of videotape to digital files as well. Having merged operations with SAMMA, Front Porch provides an end-to-end solution for cost-effectively digitizing, accessing, and preserving media past, present, and future. Front Porch Digital now can accelerate migration of vulnerable videotape — on an unprecedented, global scale — to optimize and secure digital storage.

Sunopsis

Acquisition in 2006
Sunopsis is software company based near Lyon, France. It also has a United States headquarters in Burlington, Massachusetts. The company was bought by Oracle in October 2006. Sunopsis products provide solutions for data warehousing, data integration, data migration, data synchronization and Master data management.

Istante Software

Acquisition in 2004
Despite universal internet connectivity and the immense computing power available today, the ability for users to gain access to current enterprise information remains elusive. Istante Software was formed in 2002 to solve this problem by empowering all users with the ability to access, manipulate and communicate information easily and effectively. Istante RTS™ is a complete solution for building and delivering real-time operational dashboards, operational reporting, web reporting, mobile reporting/alerting applications and business intelligence systems over the Internet. Winner of the InfoWorld 2004 Technology of the Year Award for Best Analytics/Reporting Solution, Istante RTS has enjoyed wide acceptance and praise for its combination of simplicity, power, instant performance and ease of use. Blending a completely thin Web UI with the most comprehensive set of reporting tools, Istante RTS appeals to business users who need instant access to current information, to IT managers interested in performance, scalability and total cost of ownership and to executives concerned with efficiently and affordably delivering information to their employees, customers and partners.

Zkey.com

Series B in 1999
ZKey.com Inc. provides online business and personal productivity tools to consumers and business users.

DataFox Intelligence, Inc.

Acquisition in 2018
DataFox is a company intelligence platform that helps sales, marketing, and investing teams find and prioritize target companies to source more opportunities. DataFox's team of 100+ human analysts verify AI-sourced insights on millions of businesses to provide robust Company Data, Growth Signals, and Account Scoring. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, DataFox is backed by Goldman Sachs, Green Visor, Google Ventures, and Slack, and used by high-growth startups and Fortune 500 companies alike; examples include UPS, Accel Partners, Bain & Company, Twilio, Zendesk, and Outreach.

Siebel

Acquisition in 2006
Siebel is a software company that designs, develops, markets, and supports customer relationship management applications. Starting off with the provision of sales force automation products, the company gradually expanded its market to the broader CRM market. Siebel was founded by Thomas Siebel and Patricia House in 1993. The company currently operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation.

MetaSolv

Acquisition in 2006
MetaSolv, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, development, marketing, and support of a portfolio of software solutions that automate and streamline operations support systems processes for communications service providers. It provides order management, inventory management, service activation, and network mediation solutions that automate the order-to-activate service provisioning process for voice, data, digital subscriber line, Internet protocol virtual private networks, voice over Internet protocol, Internet protocol television, and other services. The company also provides professional consulting and integration services and education services. MetaSolv sells its software worldwide directly through its sales force, and indirectly through reseller relationships with network equipment manufacturers and systems integrators.

Datanomic

Acquisition in 2011
Datanomic Limited provides enterprise data management and compliance screening software solutions. The company offers dn:Director, an application for data screening, auditing, and transformation solutions; and dn:Dashboard, a Web application that delivers configurable data quality metrics in intuitive graphical form. It provides solutions for operational and strategic insight, sanctions and politically exposed persons screening, regulatory compliance, and business improvement applications. The company serves automotive, central government, engineering, financial services, healthcare, insurance, legal, local government, manufacturing, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, retail, telecoms, transport and logistics, travel, and utilities markets in the United Kingdom and internationally. Datanomic Limited was formerly known as Downing Innovation Limited and changed its name in May 2001. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Cambridge, the United Kingdom with additional offices in New York, New York.

360Commerce

Acquisition in 2006
360Commerce provides Java-based store and workforce management solutions for the retail industry. The company's 360Platform simplifies the modification and integration of components, such as tax and payments. Its products are used in various applications, including point-of-sale, back office, inventory management, central office, returns management, and workforce management. The company provides its solution to the customers in England, Sweden, Canada, and Japan. 360Commerce was formerly known as Cornerstone Retail Solutions and is based in Austin, Texas.

ProfitLogic

Acquisition in 2005
ProfitLogic engages in the development and marketing of retail profit optimization software solutions. It offers retail profit optimization, price optimization, and inventory planning software solutions for all retail verticals, which include assortment and allocation, pricing, in-season inventory management, promotions and marketing, and performance assessment and management solutions. The company provides applications to help retailers make profitable allocation, planning, and pricing decisions; and a marketer of profit optimizations systems. ProfitLogic, Inc. was formerly known as Technology Strategy, Inc. (TSI). The company was founded in 1983 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Xsigo Systems

Acquisition in 2012
Xsigo Systems is the technology leader in I/O virtualization, a data center solution that lets IT managers reduce costs and optimize resource usage by dynamically connecting any server to any network or storage device in seconds, without the maze of cards, cables and switch ports.
SDL Enterprise Technologies Inc. develops and markets software-as-a-service information management solutions for corporations in the United States and internationally. It offers software solutions in the areas of translation memory, terminology management, and software localization. The company was formerly known as Idiom Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to SDL Enterprise Technologies Inc. in June 2009. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. As of February 11, 2008, SDL Enterprise Technologies Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SDL plc.

Skire

Acquisition in 2012
Skire is the global industry leader in providing cloud-based solutions for managing capital projects, facilities and real estate. Skire's Unifier system has helped manage over $300 billion in capital projects and over three billion square feet of facilities and real estate. From Global Fortune 1000 companies, including five of the Fortune 10, to universities, local municipalities and small businesses, organizations of all sizes utilize their best-in-class system to improve operations, reduce costs and enhance service delivery.

TimesTen

Acquisition in 2005
TimesTen offers real-time data management software for managing events, transactions, and data. The company was formerly known as TimesTen Performance Software, Inc. and changed its name to Oracle | TimesTen in 1996. Oracle | TimesTen is based in Mountain View, California.

Virtual Iron Software

Acquisition in 2009
Virtual Iron Software, Inc. provides enterprise-class software solutions for server virtualization and virtual infrastructure management. The company’s platform is used for server consolidation, rapid provisioning, business continuity, workload management, and policy-based automations. Its virtual iron platform consists of virtualization manager that provides a central place to control and automate virtual resources; and virtualization services, which are deployed automatically on bare-metal and industry-standard servers without requiring software installation or management. The virtual iron platform also includes open source virtualization, which is based on an open source hypervisor derived from the open source community project. Its solutions are used for capacity management, virtual infrastructure management, and development and testing. Virtual Iron Software, Inc. was formerly known as Katana Technology, Inc. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Secerno

Acquisition in 2010
Secerno is the technology leader in active database control. Their UK headquarters are in Oxford and their US headquarters in Bedminster, New Jersey. Their Secerno DataWall™ solutions are the new approach to controlling how data in databases is accessed. Secerno DataWall includes database activity monitoring, database policy enforcement and database compliance auditing solutions – available as a range of either hardware or virtual appliances.

Pillar Data Systems

Acquisition in 2011
Pillar delivers more for less by reducing the complexity, inefficiency, and high costs associated with traditional storage systems. Companies can simplify their storage infrastructure, slash ownership costs by 65%, and increase their competitive edge by using Pillar’s next generation storage systems instead of those from EMC, NetApp, and IBM. After all, companies don’t have enough budget for transformational projects because they spend too much on storage and infrastructure. This dilutes their competitive edge. Pillar delivers an innovative storage solution that guarantees more than 2X the typical utilization rate, is simple to manage, less expensive to scale, and can save 65% of what you would normally spend over 3 years. Companies—like yours—can now invest more in key business initiatives, thanks to the Pillar Axiom™.

Wercker B.V.

Acquisition in 2017
Wercker is a platform and tool to rapidly develop, build, and deploy containerized applications and microservices for the modern cloud. This platform was built in order to make developers' lives easier and enabling them to move fast and make things.

JAVA

Acquisition in 2009
Java is a programming language and computing platform first released by [Sun Microsystems](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/sun-microsystems). Java was originally called OAK, and was designed for hand-held devices and set-top boxes. Oak was unsuccessful so in 1995 Sun changed the name to Java and modified the language to take advantage of the burgeoning World Wide Web. Java is simplified to eliminate language features that cause common programming errors. Java source code files are compiled into a format called bytecode, which can then be executed by a Java interpreter. Compiled Java code can run on most computers because Java interpreters and runtime environments, known as Java Virtual Machines (VMs), exist for most operating systems, including UNIX, the Macintosh OS, and Windows. Bytecode can also be converted directly into machine language instructions by a just-in-time compiler (JIT). Java is a general purpose programming language with a number of features that make the language well suited for use on the World Wide Web. Small Java applications are called Java applets and can be downloaded from any Java-compatible browser.

Relsys International

Acquisition in 2009
Relsys International provides drug safety and pharmacovigilance software solutions in North America, Europe, Japan, and India. The company offers Argus Safety, an adverse event reporting system that offers regulatory reporting and drug safety database in pharmaceutical industry. Its Argus Safety Modules include Argus Safety Suite, a solution for integrated drug safety and risk management; Argus Affiliate that resolves obstacles for pharmaceutical companies; Argus Assurance that provides systematic pharmacovigilance data; and Argus Beacon, which delivers key performance indicators and metrics from various components of the Argus suite, enabling managers to keep their finger on the pulse of the drug safety and risk management organization. The company's Argus Safety Modules also encompass Argus Dossier that allows pharmaceutical enterprises to manage the lifecycle of PSUR dossiers; Argus Insight, a visionary tool for multi-dimensional analysis of drug safety data; and Argus Interchange that exchanges data electronically with partners and regulators.

ClearApp

Acquisition in 2008
As per the transaction announced on September 2, 2008, ClearApp, Inc. was acquired by Oracle Corp. ClearApp, Inc. provides application service management for the J2EE-based composite applications to the enterprises. It offers performance, application change, and SOA performance management solutions. The company provides QuickVision that correlates the services provided by applications to the underlying code components supporting those services; and automates application performance management for portals, applications servers, integration platforms, ESBs, and BPEL engines. Its products optimize the performance of enterprise portal, J2EE, and SOA based applications. The company was founded as Acsera Corp. in 2002 and changed its name to ClearApp, Inc. in 2006. ClearApp, Inc. is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Arcot Systems

Venture Round in 2001
Arcot Systems, Inc. offers authentication and digital signing solutions to protect and verify digital identity. The company offers TransFort for Issuers that enables authentication for card holders and merchants; TransFort for Merchants, which enables authentication of cardholders that enroll in 3-D secure; RiskFort that blocks fraud in real-time; WebFort and ArcotID software-only authentication solutions; A-OK On-Demand that provides security for authentication process; and SignFort, which enables organizations to replace ‘print and sign’ methods with streamlined process for signing and approving documents. The company provides solutions for consumer portal protection, FFIEC compliance, identity management, Internet threat protection, SAFE biopharmaceutical compliance, and VPN authentication. It helps financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and e-shopping sites to prevent online fraud and identity theft. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with a technology center in Bangalore, India.

Moat, Inc.

Acquisition in 2017
Moat is a free search engine for display ads. Moat also offers heatmap analytics and resources for creative. Online ads tend to be transient: visible one second and gone the next. Whether you want to see the ads from a particular brand, discover new advertisers, or get inspiration from innovative creative campaigns, the need for a centralized ad search is evident. Enter: Moat. Moat Ad Search is a search engine that focuses entirely on ads instead of other kinds of online content. Similar to traditional search engines, its results are compiled using a web crawler that is specifically tuned to look for ads on the web and index them for later retrieval. Moat also accepts submissions from advertisers and agencies that wish to have their ads included.

Oxygen Systems

Acquisition in 2019
Oxygen Systems provides cloud based information technology solutions and develops software suites that provide localization solutions to address taxation and reporting requirements for companies with operations in Brazil. The company is based in Joinville, Brazil. As of June 26, 2019, Oxygen Systems operates as a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation.

Native Minds

Venture Round in 2000
NativeMinds is a provider of integrated self-service solutions called virtual representatives or vReps. NativeMinds' vReps humanize online relationships by providing a single, interactive contact point for all customer questions through a natural language dialog. vReps eliminate the need for separate online support channels by combining search, contact us and FAQ's into a single interface enabling companies to increase customer satisfaction and decrease maintenance and support costs.

AdminServer

Acquisition in 2008
AdminServer, Inc. provides software solutions and consulting services for the insurance industry. The company’s product offerings include AdminServer Policy Administration System, which supports end-to-end administration for all lines of insurance business, including life, annuity, health, reinsurance, and property and casualty.

Siebel Systems

Acquisition in 2006
Siebel Systems was a CRM software company bought by [Oracle](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/oracle) in January 2006.

NetForce

Acquisition in 2002
NetForce Inc., a San Francisco provider of drug safety monitoring and reporting technology.

Sophoi

Acquisition in 2009
Sophoi provides enterprise intellectual property management software that allows corporations to manage and license intellectual property assets. It offers Intellectual Property Licensing Suite, an enterprise software platform that delivers intellectual property management and licensing capabilities allowing corporations to leverage the strategic value of their intellectual property value chain. The company also offers solutions in intellectual property and rights repository, development and acquisition, sales and licensing, royalty management, and contract accounting.

Collective Intellect

Acquisition in 2012
Collective Intellect produces real time market intelligence, using the most advanced digital communications analytics platform available to address the most critical needs that marketing professionals face. Collective Intellect's technology enables it to answer any question and address problem that marketers and researchers have, and produce the most relevant and actionable intelligence faster, more cost effectively, and with better data purity than any other method.

Instantis

Acquisition in 2012
Instantis, Inc. provides project portfolio management software used by business process and information technology leaders to improve strategy execution and financial performance. The company offers its solutions to manage, track, and report on enterprise strategies, processes, projects, portfolios, resources, costs, and benefits. It offers EnterpriseTrack, a software-as-a-service application solution for end-to-end project portfolio management. It also offers enterprise software for managing Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma initiatives, and capital expenditure project portfolios. In addition, the company offers professional services, including deployment, training, customer support, and maintenance services.

BEENOS Inc.

Venture Round in 2000
Beenos Partners is a venture capital arm of BEENOS Inc, specializing in incubation, startup, and early stage to late stage investments. The firm primarily invests in the United States of America, India, Indonesia, Japan, and Turkey. Beenos Partners was previously known as Netprice Partners Co., Ltd. It was founded on May 2012 and is based in Tokyo, Japan.

WebEx

Series C in 1999
WebEx, now part of Cisco, provides on-demand applications for collaborative business on the Web. These applications enhance high-touch business processes, such as sales and training, with Web-touch interactions. As an on-demand provider, WebEx facilitates both internal and external collaboration. Applications are delivered over the WebEx MediaTone Network, a global network specifically designed for the highly secure delivery of on-demand applications. WebEx applications support multipoint video conferencing, Web conferencing, telework and application remote control.

Taleo

Acquisition in 2012
Taleo provides on demand unified talent management solutions for organizations around the world to assess, acquire, develop and align their workforce.

CrowdTwist

Acquisition in 2019
CrowdTwist is an industry-leading provider of comprehensive multichannel loyalty and analytics solutions that drive engagement and incremental spend, leading to better customer data, stronger insight, and more personalized experiences. We are revolutionizing loyalty, helping top brands including Pepsi, Nestlé Purina, L'Oreal, and Zumiez develop a deeper understanding of customers. For more information visit: www.crowdtwist.com.

Vitrue

Acquisition in 2012
Vitrue offers the industry’s most scalable and secure cloud-based social marketing solution, enabling brands to harness the full marketing potential of social on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube and emerging platforms. The award-winning Vitrue SRM platform collectively manages more than one billion social relationships in over 100 countries across more than 4,500 social accounts for its clients. For more information, visit www.vitrue.com.

Agile Software

Acquisition in 2007
Business consulting and implementation services

Zenedge

Acquisition in 2018
Leveraging its trusted, Cloud-based, globally distributed platform, its patent-pending monitoring and mitigation technology, and its unparalleled expertise in cyberattack mitigation, Zenedge provides organizations an enterprise-class, managed white-glove cybersecurity service to help secure their web sites, web applications, and networks against vulnerabilities and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Unlike other Web Application Security solutions in the market, Zenedge leverages patent-pending deep machine-learning capabilities to detect anomalies, dynamically alter security postures, and initiate auto-mitigation and automatic routing with minimal to zero human intervention. This allows the company to provide better cybersecurity and faster time to mitigation than traditional Cloud and on-premise cybersecurity vendors.

Tomax Corporation

Venture Round in 2000
Tomax is a retail solutions company headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their app family, Retail.net, is the leading cloud-based retail solutions suite available to retailers in North America. Tomax services the needs of retailers representing over 25,000 stores. They are not new to the complexities and challenges of retail. They were an early mover to the cloud and continued innovation for over 20 years.

InQuira

Acquisition in 2011
InQuira, Inc. provides a software platform that includes knowledge base management, natural language search, and analytics and reporting applications. Its products include Intelligent Search, a semantic search system for understanding and responding to user inquiries; Information Manager, a knowledge management application for identifying, developing, organizing, and sharing enterprise information; and Analytics, a reporting application for managing user experience on the Web and in contact centers. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Bruno, California. InQuira was acquired by Oracle in July 2011.

Acme Packet

Acquisition in 2013
Acme Packet (NASDAQ: APKT), the leader in session border control solutions, enables the delivery of trusted, first-class IP communications, powering a new generation of applications and services for voice, data, video, multimedia and unified communications. Our Net-Net product family fulfills demanding security, interoperability, service assurance and regulatory requirements in service provider, enterprise and contact center networks. Based in Bedford, Massachusetts, Acme Packet designs and manufactures its products in the USA, selling them through over 140 reseller partners worldwide. More than 1,270 customers in 105 countries have deployed over 11,000 Acme Packet systems, including 90 of the top 100 service providers and 30 of the Fortune 100.

LODESTAR Corporation

Acquisition in 2007
LODESTAR Corporation offers energy software solutions to electricity and gas companies. The company offers Customer Choice Suite, a suite of applications to help energy companies drive costs down and increase efficiency in critical business operations; Portfolio Management, which helps companies realize integration of retail business functions and wholesale energy procurement functions; and Transaction Management Hub, which manages business transactions among operating organizations and market participants.

Net4Call

Acquisition in 2006
Net4Call AS provides network independent value added voice, data communication and multimedia products and services for existing and next generation telecom networks, incl. fixed, IP and wireless. The company provides parlay/OSA service delivery components for the telecommunications industry. The company has developed a complete, world class, telco grade Service Delivery Platform (SDP) using state of the art application servers and databases. The platform includes tools for service development, execution level software and services.

DataLogix International

Acquisition in 1996
DataLogic International, Inc. operates as a communications and information technology (IT) solutions company. The company develops solutions addressing markets with growth characteristics, such as Global Positioning System (GPS) -based mobile asset tracking and strategic IT outsourcing. Segments The company operates and manages two strategic business segments: Communications and Consulting.

BigMachines

Acquisition in 2013
BigMachines is the global leader in enabling B2B sales, helping companies sell more and sell faster. BigMachines' award-winning on-demand configurator, pricing and quoting, proposal generator, and B2B eCommerce software solutions empower sales across customers' channels by streamlining their sales processes from opportunity to order. Using BigMachines software, sales teams and channels can quickly configure products, generate quotes and proposals, manage complex pricing, generate legal contracts, and manage orders. BigMachines offers extensive reporting capabilities and easily integrates to leading CRM and ERP systems, including those from salesforce.com, Oracle, Microsoft and SAP. BigMachines' rapidly growing customer base includes global leaders such as Kodak's GCG, Siemens, Ingersoll Rand, and NTT Communications, as well as innovative growth companies such as Acme Packet and Voltaire.

HyperRoll

Acquisition in 2009
HyperRoll Data Performance Management Suite™ The HyperRoll Data Performance Management SuiteTM dramatically improves load time, query time and throughput for data warehouses. It offers agility to respond quickly to data and metadata changes. It also lowers the total cost of ownership for data warehouses. Built upon an innovative software architecture, the HyperRoll suite is the latest evolution in technology for managing the performance of business data.

Hyperion Solutions

Acquisition in 2007
Hyperion Solutions provides business performance management software. It offers Hyperion System 9 Planning, a planning, budgeting, and forecasting solution; Hyperion System 9 Workforce Planning, a planning module; Hyperion System 9 Strategic Finance, a financial modeling desktop application; and Hyperion System 9 Financial Management, which delivers financial consolidation, reporting, and analysis in a single solution. The company also provides Hyperion System 9 BI+, which provides interactive Web-based management reporting and analysis capabilities.

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.

AmberPoint

Acquisition in 2010
Founded in 2001 with significant venture backing from Norwest and Sutter Hill, we're a fast-growing company with a vision for market requirements and significant customer traction. Our prominent executives and experienced developers bring impressive records of success from such leading software companies as Sun, Forte, IBM, webMethods, Oracle, Ingres and Sybase

Moniforce

Acquisition in 2007
Moniforce BV provides IT solutions for Web analytics, and Web availability and performance monitoring. It offers its solutions to IT managers and specialists, commercial managers, online marketers, and market intelligence specialists.

BIOLASE, Inc.

Post in 2016
BIOLASE, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, develops, manufactures, markets, and sells laser systems for dental practitioners and their patients in the United States and internationally. Its dental laser systems allow dentists, periodontists, endodontists, oral surgeons, and other dental specialists to perform a range of minimally invasive dental procedures, such as cosmetic, restorative, and complex surgical applications. The company offers Waterlase all-tissue dental laser systems for cutting soft and hard tissues; diode laser systems to perform soft tissue, hygiene, cosmetic procedures, and teeth whitening, as well as to provide temporary pain relief; and Epic Hygiene laser to manage non-surgical periodontitis and enhance clinical production. It also manufactures and sells consumable products and accessories for its laser systems, as well as markets flexible fibers and hand pieces, and teeth whitening gel kits. The company sells its products through its field sales force and distributor network. The company was formerly known as BIOLASE Technology, Inc. and changed its name to BIOLASE, Inc. in 2012. BIOLASE, Inc. was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.

GreenBytes

Acquisition in 2014
GreenBytes delivers patented IO-Offload desktop virtualization solutions that maximize the effective performance and capacity of existing infrastructure to provide persistent, full-featured virtual desktops with the manageability, scalability and affordability required for cloud-scale VDI deployments.

Market2Lead

Acquisition in 2010
Market2Lead, Inc delivers on-demand marketing automation solutions to plan, automate and gain visibility into the closed loop campaign-to-cash metrics via powerful executive dashboards. Supporting every size business from start-up to public companies, Market2Lead solutions deliver progressive insight into individuals, their needs, and their purchase intentions enabling marketers with a powerful and comprehensive, single source of marketing intelligence. Market2Lead solutions have powered over 50 million leads to date. Founded in 2003, the company is led by a experienced team of technology, marketing, and sales professionals. Collectively they have held senior management and architect positions in corporations such as Oracle, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, InsWeb and Asera.

LiveLOOK

Acquisition in 2014
LiveLOOK creates co-browsing and screen sharing technologies primarily for customer service interactions. By co-browsing with customers, companies can increase first call resolution rates, decrease call handling times and increase customer satisfaction scores. While other co-browsing solutions are limited to showing either the entire customer desktop (insecure) or tagged web pages (limited functionality), LiveLOOK's patented solutions enable co-browsing of any combination of in-browser and off-browser content. LiveLOOK is often chosen by financial services and insurance companies due to its patented security and privacy options. LiveLOOK products are universally compatible, instant launch, enterprise-proven and mobile-friendly.

Appforge

Acquisition in 2007
AppForge develops products and services for the mobile and wireless industry. Its product portfolio includes CrossFire, a software tool simplifying mobile applications for Symbian, Windows Mobile, RIM BlackBerry, and Palm OS. Crossfire was a software plugin for Visual Basic 6 and for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. AppForge is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

eServGlobal - Assets

Acquisition in 2010
eServGlobal is a provider of advanced IT-based, pre-paid charging solutions for the communications industry.

Corente

Acquisition in 2014
Corente, Inc. develops integrated software for automated applications traffic delivery and management. It offers Virtual Services Exchange, an integrated application delivery and performance management service for enterprises to create distributed, centrally controlled, and monitored services networks.Corente, Inc. was formerly known as OpenReach, Inc. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Bernardsville, New Jersey.

StartSampling

Venture Round in 2000
StartSampling operates as an online promotional marketing services company. It provides interactive promotional marketing, logistics and fulfillment, product sampling, market research, related media, and sample showcase services. The company’s online sampling services and technology solutions include branded microsite development, campaign consultation and management, real-time campaign and media measurement, fulfillment and distribution of product samples, and campaign analytics and research. It primarily serves the consumer packaged goods marketers and their retailer customers in the design, execution, and fulfillment of online sampling promotion projects in the United States. StartSampling was founded in 1998 and is based in Carol Stream, Illinois.