Egan-Managed Capital

Egan-Managed Capital was formed by the Egan family with the objective of helping future entrepreneurs build significant enterprises. They seek opportunities to invest in companies where they can provide more than just capital. They look for situations where they can provide tactical and strategic assistance in areas where they have relevant knowledge. They manage three venture capital funds - Egan-Managed Capital I, Egan-Managed Capital II, and Egan-Managed Capital III. Egan-Managed Capital I has $42.8 million of capital and was formed in 1997. The fund made 15 investments and is fully invested or committed. These investments ranged in size from $750,000 to $5 million. Egan-Managed Capital II has $100 million of capital and was formed in 2000. The fund has made 17 investments and is fully invested or committed. These investments ranged in size from $1 million to $6 million. Egan-Managed Capital III has $90 million of capital and was formed in October 2003. The fund is prepared to make investments in the range of $1 million to $6 million, but their preferred initial appetite is between $2 and $3 million. Deal structure Their investments typically take the form of Convertible Preferred Stock with the traditional protections afforded institutional investors like them. These include Registration Rights, Voting Agreements, etc. Since providing assistance to their portfolio companies is such an important part of their investment philosophy, they nearly always require a board seat. They find that by being an active member of the Board of Directors they are in a position to share their insights and participate in the strategic direction of the Company.

John R. Egan

Managing Partner, General Partner and Founding Managing Partner

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Alex M. Gregory

Partner

Michael Shanahan

Co-Founder and Managing Partner

57 past transactions

Softrax

Venture Round in 2000
Softrax provides enterprise revenue management and billing software solutions that fundamentally change the way companies manage, analyze, report, and forecast their revenue. SOFTRAX products work alongside your existing infrastructure to automate the entire revenue cycle, from revenue recognition, reporting and forecasting, through complex billing and contract renewals.

Healthrageous

Series A in 2010
At Healthrageous, they are working tirelessly to make their vision of enabling individual journeys of lifelong health a reality. To understand where they came from and where they plan to go, read about the Healthrageous story and the team behind their unique solution.

Verivo Software

Series A in 2005
Verivo is an enterprise mobility platform allowing companies to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their apps securely. It is a provider of enterprise mobility software, Verivo Software helps companies accelerate their business results. Its unique technology empowers teams to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their mobile apps – rapidly, securely, and across multiple devices. Hundreds of companies in numerous industries around the world rely on Verivo’s platform to drive their mobility initiatives.

OwnerIQ

Venture Round in 2011
OwnerIQ provides online advertising solutions and marketing channels for brands, retailers and manufacturers.

CenterStone Technologies, Inc.

Venture Round in 2005
CenterStone Technologies, and the iVendix Suite leads the way in digital marketing, sales tools and professional strength wholesale B2B e-commerce for brands. Every day we strive to deliver real value to our customers; delight our user community with an unparalleled user experience; leverage the power of SaaS-based development, infrastructure and minimal downtime for our clients’ IT departments; and make CenterStone a special place in which to work. CenterStone Technologies is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with an additional European office in Paris, France.

AptSoft

Series B in 2004
AptSoft Corporation provides event processing design and execution platform to help companies to implement event-driven applications as part of service oriented architecture. It offers Director 4.5 for solving business problems found in multiple industries involving processing logic. The company was founded in 1999 as Wheelhouse Corp. and changed its name to AptSoft Corporation in 2002. AptSoft Corporation is based in Burlington, Massachusetts.

OnePIN, Inc.

Venture Round in 2011
OnePIN delivers social address book solutions that help mobile operators increase revenue and improve customer retention. Its technology transforms mobile phonebooks into social address books, improving customer retention while increasing voice and data revenue for mobile operators. OnePIN's CallerXchange is a person-to-person contact exchange service that connects people and enhances social networks. With one click, using any mobile phone, CallerXchange enables subscribers to leverage their mobile social address books as the hub for their social networking. OnePIN is situated in Boston with offices and customer references around the globe.

AppNeta

Series C in 2013
AppNeta, Inc. develops and offers cloud based network and end-user experience performance monitoring solutions for the distributed and cloud-connected digital enterprise enterprises. The company also provides software as a service (SaaS) applications. AppNeta, Inc. was formerly known as Apparent Networks, Inc. and changed its name to AppNeta, Inc. in September 2003. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Network Intelligence

Series B in 2003
Network Intelligence Corporation provides security information and event management solutions. Its products include enVision that collects and protects data, as well as provides security and compliance analysis, and reporting and alerting solutions; Intelligence Engine software/hardware network security appliances for security information and event management market; and LogSmart Internet Protocol Database, which provides architecture to collect and protect the data from various Internet protocol devices. The company's strategic partners include Microsoft; NetworkAppliance; IBM; EMC2; EDS; Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd.; and Juniper Networks. Network Intelligence Corporation was formerly known as OpenSystems.com, Inc. and changed its name to Network Intelligence Corporation. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Westwood, Massachusetts. It also has offices in Rancho Santa Margarita, California; Chicago, Illinois; Alpharetta, Georgia; Seabrook, Texas; Arlington, Virginia; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Paris, France; and London.

Calpurnia Corporation

Series B in 2006
Calpurnia Corporation provides intelligent video analysis solutions for the retail industry. It offers Video Investigator software for loss prevention and store intelligence solutions. The company's software protects people and assets in support of loss prevention, customer safety, and compliance policy efforts. Calpurnia's professional services offer a range of consulting, training, and implementation services. The company was founded in 2002 as IntelliVid Corporation and changed its name to Calpurnia Corporation in July 2008. The company is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As of July 16, 2008, Calpurnia Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Tyco International Ltd.

OwnerIQ

Series B in 2008
OwnerIQ provides online advertising solutions and marketing channels for brands, retailers and manufacturers.
Acacia Communications, Inc. develops, manufactures, and sells high-speed coherent optical interconnect products in the United States, China, Germany, Thailand, and internationally. The company offers embedded and pluggable module products consisting of optical interconnect modules with transmission speeds ranging from 100 to 1,200 gigabits per second for use in long-haul, metro, and inter-data center markets. It also provides semiconductor products, such as low-power coherent digital signal processor application-specific integrated circuits and silicon photonic integrated circuits that are integrated into embedded and pluggable modules. The company sells its products through a direct sales force to network equipment manufacturers, network operators, and cloud service providers. Acacia Communications, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Maynard, Massachusetts.

Network Intelligence

Series A in 2002
Network Intelligence Corporation provides security information and event management solutions. Its products include enVision that collects and protects data, as well as provides security and compliance analysis, and reporting and alerting solutions; Intelligence Engine software/hardware network security appliances for security information and event management market; and LogSmart Internet Protocol Database, which provides architecture to collect and protect the data from various Internet protocol devices. The company's strategic partners include Microsoft; NetworkAppliance; IBM; EMC2; EDS; Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd.; and Juniper Networks. Network Intelligence Corporation was formerly known as OpenSystems.com, Inc. and changed its name to Network Intelligence Corporation. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Westwood, Massachusetts. It also has offices in Rancho Santa Margarita, California; Chicago, Illinois; Alpharetta, Georgia; Seabrook, Texas; Arlington, Virginia; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Paris, France; and London.

AppNeta

Series C in 2009
AppNeta, Inc. develops and offers cloud based network and end-user experience performance monitoring solutions for the distributed and cloud-connected digital enterprise enterprises. The company also provides software as a service (SaaS) applications. AppNeta, Inc. was formerly known as Apparent Networks, Inc. and changed its name to AppNeta, Inc. in September 2003. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

AppNeta

Venture Round in 2011
AppNeta, Inc. develops and offers cloud based network and end-user experience performance monitoring solutions for the distributed and cloud-connected digital enterprise enterprises. The company also provides software as a service (SaaS) applications. AppNeta, Inc. was formerly known as Apparent Networks, Inc. and changed its name to AppNeta, Inc. in September 2003. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

NetScout Systems

Series B in 1999
NetScout Systems, Inc. is the market leader in Unified Service Delivery Management solutions focused on assuring service delivery for the world's most demanding and complex service delivery environments. With more than 25 years of technology innovation, NetScout continues to lead the performance management market and has dramatically changed how enterprises and service providers optimize and protect service delivery to end users and subscribers across modern IP networks. NetScout has remained focused on driving technology innovation within its product portfolio to meet the needs of these organizations, providing robust tools for the efficient and effective management of dynamic applications and service delivery environments.

Sprockets.com

Series A in 2000
Sprockets.com, a secure, scalable, Internet-based service that enables client, creative, production and media professionals.

enVista LLC

Venture Round in 2009
enVista is the leading enterprise cost management services provider, offering expert consulting and technology services from source to consumption. enVista enables leading companies to reduce operating costs, improve customer service and enhance profitability through innovative solutions and deep domain expertise across a multitude of industries and vertical markets.

enVista LLC

Debt Financing in 2010
enVista is the leading enterprise cost management services provider, offering expert consulting and technology services from source to consumption. enVista enables leading companies to reduce operating costs, improve customer service and enhance profitability through innovative solutions and deep domain expertise across a multitude of industries and vertical markets.

WordStream, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
WordStream provides software and services to help online marketers maximize the performance of their paid search and social campaigns, driving traffic, leads, and sales for lower costs. WordStream’s software platform, WordStream Advisor, facilitates more effective campaigns by automating proven best practices and delivering expert-level results in a fraction of the time for campaigns on Google AdWords, Bing, and Facebook. The company’s managed services division also provides full-service pay-per-click (PPC) marketing management through a fully certified team of advertising experts. WordStream has been recognized for thought leadership in digital marketing through its blog and free learning resources including PPC University, and offers award-winning free tools, such as the AdWords Performance Grader, to assist marketers with campaign analysis and strategy.

Centerstone Software

Series C in 2003
Centerstone Software is focused on the development of computer aided facility management solutions for facility operations, including space management and planning, operations, and asset and lease management. Centerstone Software was acquired by Manhattan Software in November 2006. Centerstone Software was founded in 2000.

YU TEST

Series B in 2008
Applause is a crowd-sourced digital quality testing enabling companies to deliver digital experiences to their customers. Software is at the heart of how all brands engage users, and digital experiences must work flawlessly everywhere. With 300,000+ testers available on-demand around the globe, Applause provides brands with a full suite of testing and feedback capabilities. This approach drastically improves testing coverage, eliminates the limitations of offshoring and traditional QA labs, and speeds time-to-market for websites, mobile apps, IoT, and in-store experiences. Thousands of leading companies — including Ford, Fox, Google, and Dow Jones — rely on Applause as a best practice to deliver high-quality digital experiences that customers love. It was founded in 2007 and is based in Framingham, Massachusetts, United States/

OnePIN, Inc.

Series A in 2006
OnePIN delivers social address book solutions that help mobile operators increase revenue and improve customer retention. Its technology transforms mobile phonebooks into social address books, improving customer retention while increasing voice and data revenue for mobile operators. OnePIN's CallerXchange is a person-to-person contact exchange service that connects people and enhances social networks. With one click, using any mobile phone, CallerXchange enables subscribers to leverage their mobile social address books as the hub for their social networking. OnePIN is situated in Boston with offices and customer references around the globe.

WebEvent

Venture Round in 2001
WebEvent, Inc. delivers affordable, customizable online calendar and scheduling capability to organizations of every size. Fortune 500 companies, major universities, and federal agencies use WebEvent calendar software on their Internet and intranet Web sites for event publishing, team calendaring, and resource reservation. With an established customer base of thousands of companies worldwide and backed by solid venture capital firms, Their 4-year-old "startup" is poised to revolutionize the way people schedule time and resources.

Groove Mobile

Series B in 2007
Groove Mobile is the world's mobile music service. Groove Mobile's Complete Music Gateway includes Full Track Mobile Downloads, Peer-to-Peer Sharing and Personalized Music Recommendations.

Network Intelligence

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

Groove Mobile

Series B in 2006
Groove Mobile is the world's mobile music service. Groove Mobile's Complete Music Gateway includes Full Track Mobile Downloads, Peer-to-Peer Sharing and Personalized Music Recommendations.

OwnerIQ

Series C in 2009
OwnerIQ provides online advertising solutions and marketing channels for brands, retailers and manufacturers.

OwnerIQ

Venture Round in 2012
OwnerIQ provides online advertising solutions and marketing channels for brands, retailers and manufacturers.

Verivo Software

Venture Round in 2012
Verivo is an enterprise mobility platform allowing companies to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their apps securely. It is a provider of enterprise mobility software, Verivo Software helps companies accelerate their business results. Its unique technology empowers teams to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their mobile apps – rapidly, securely, and across multiple devices. Hundreds of companies in numerous industries around the world rely on Verivo’s platform to drive their mobility initiatives.

OnePIN, Inc.

Series B in 2007
OnePIN delivers social address book solutions that help mobile operators increase revenue and improve customer retention. Its technology transforms mobile phonebooks into social address books, improving customer retention while increasing voice and data revenue for mobile operators. OnePIN's CallerXchange is a person-to-person contact exchange service that connects people and enhances social networks. With one click, using any mobile phone, CallerXchange enables subscribers to leverage their mobile social address books as the hub for their social networking. OnePIN is situated in Boston with offices and customer references around the globe.

Verivo Software

Venture Round in 2013
Verivo is an enterprise mobility platform allowing companies to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their apps securely. It is a provider of enterprise mobility software, Verivo Software helps companies accelerate their business results. Its unique technology empowers teams to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their mobile apps – rapidly, securely, and across multiple devices. Hundreds of companies in numerous industries around the world rely on Verivo’s platform to drive their mobility initiatives.

Applause

Series C in 2010
Applause is a crowd-sourced digital quality testing enabling companies to deliver digital experiences to their customers. Software is at the heart of how all brands engage users, and digital experiences must work flawlessly everywhere. With 300,000+ testers available on-demand around the globe, Applause provides brands with a full suite of testing and feedback capabilities. This approach drastically improves testing coverage, eliminates the limitations of offshoring and traditional QA labs, and speeds time-to-market for websites, mobile apps, IoT, and in-store experiences. Thousands of leading companies — including Ford, Fox, Google, and Dow Jones — rely on Applause as a best practice to deliver high-quality digital experiences that customers love. It was founded in 2007 and is based in Framingham, Massachusetts, United States/

ChipWrights

Series C in 2003
ChipWrights, Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company and a leader in innovative digital and visual signal processing for embedded video and audio applications. ChipWrights specializes in developing all-in-one high definition solutions for complex application-specific standard products (ASSPs)—in particular, System-on-a-Chip (SoC) devices—which integrate a complete system on a single chip. ChipWrights’ fully programmable, low cost, low power, and high performance SoCs are ideal for building competitive products in the digital imaging and video markets. Its vector DSP achieves very high parallelism when operating on image data. The instruction set, address indexing schemes, and data access mechanisms are all tuned for image and video processing. Even the system Direct Memory Access engines are designed to move data in two-dimensional patches. ChipWrights’ goal is to provide customers with the best combination of Price, Performance, Power, Peripheral Integration, and Programmability. ChipWrights believes that image processing should be based on programmable solutions rather than fixed function ASICs. As system product life cycles get shorter and product requirements grow more complex, the improved flexibility of a programmable solution provides tremendous benefits to the system designer and manufacturer. The company offers a complete set of development tools, reference boards, and application libraries for its chips. In addition, a network of third party DSP algorithm and application developers is beginning to emerge whom can work together to create innovative and differentiated imaging products around the ChipWrights platform.

Healthrageous

Series B in 2012
At Healthrageous, they are working tirelessly to make their vision of enabling individual journeys of lifelong health a reality. To understand where they came from and where they plan to go, read about the Healthrageous story and the team behind their unique solution.

Corero Network Security

Series D in 2000
Corero Network Security plc develops, markets, and sells network security products and services for the protection from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks worldwide. It offers Corero SmartWall Threat Defense System family of products that provide protection against various cyber-attacks, including network and application layer, DDoS, volumetric, and multi-vector attacks. The company offers SmartWall network threat defense appliances for the mitigation of DDoS attacks; SmartWall network bypass appliances for network connectivity; SmartWall Service Portal that enables real-time DDoS mitigation to be delivered as-a-service; SecureWatch Analytics, a Web-based security analytics portal that delivers dashboards; and SmartWall Central Management Server that offers various options for managing, configuring, and monitoring SmartWall appliances. In addition, it offers monitoring and maintenance services, and managed services. Corero Network Security plc provides its solutions for service providers, hosting providers and datacenters, digital enterprises, and managed security service providers. The company was formerly known as Corero plc and changed its name to Corero Network Security plc in June 2011. Corero Network Security plc was incorporated in 1991 and is based in Uxbridge, the United Kingdom.

enVista LLC

Series B in 2010
enVista is the leading enterprise cost management services provider, offering expert consulting and technology services from source to consumption. enVista enables leading companies to reduce operating costs, improve customer service and enhance profitability through innovative solutions and deep domain expertise across a multitude of industries and vertical markets.

HighRoads, Inc.

Series C in 2007
As a next generation health plan product management company, HighRoads envisions a world where plans deliver what their customers want with the touch of a button. A future that includes on-demand price and product customization at the point of sale. Where a fundamentally new go-to-market strategy transforms the competitive landscape, and our client plans win. HighRoads’ sophisticated platform delivers an enterprise-wide single source of truth that streamlines product creation from concept to launch through process automation. Build new products in minutes instead of months by replacing manual processes, automatically incorporating changes in benefit data, and generating accurate member communications documents with the click of a button.

Verivo Software

Series B in 2007
Verivo is an enterprise mobility platform allowing companies to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their apps securely. It is a provider of enterprise mobility software, Verivo Software helps companies accelerate their business results. Its unique technology empowers teams to centrally build, deploy, manage, and update their mobile apps – rapidly, securely, and across multiple devices. Hundreds of companies in numerous industries around the world rely on Verivo’s platform to drive their mobility initiatives.

Currensee

Series B in 2010
Currensee puts the power of investing in world currency markets in the hands of every investor. Currensee strives to deliver profitability, transparency and control to investors around the world. In October 2010, Currensee launched the Currensee Trade Leadersâ„¢ Investment Program, giving investors of all types the ability to invest in the currency market, regardless of their knowledge of the currency market. Until now, the currency market (also known as Forex or FX) has primarily been a place for institutional traders, professional traders or day traders willing to try their hand at the myriad of signals, set-ups and currency strategies. The Trade Leaders Investment Program was built to provide investors of all types with the opportunity to leverage the experience and expertise of top Forex traders, while having full control of their investment at all times. The program gives investors the ability to follow and automatically execute the trades of top Currensee traders called Trade Leaders. Currensee Trade Leaders are top Forex traders handpicked from the thousands of members of the Currensee Forex trading social network.

WordStream, Inc.

Series B in 2010
WordStream provides software and services to help online marketers maximize the performance of their paid search and social campaigns, driving traffic, leads, and sales for lower costs. WordStream’s software platform, WordStream Advisor, facilitates more effective campaigns by automating proven best practices and delivering expert-level results in a fraction of the time for campaigns on Google AdWords, Bing, and Facebook. The company’s managed services division also provides full-service pay-per-click (PPC) marketing management through a fully certified team of advertising experts. WordStream has been recognized for thought leadership in digital marketing through its blog and free learning resources including PPC University, and offers award-winning free tools, such as the AdWords Performance Grader, to assist marketers with campaign analysis and strategy.

Centerstone Software

Series A in 2001
Centerstone Software is focused on the development of computer aided facility management solutions for facility operations, including space management and planning, operations, and asset and lease management. Centerstone Software was acquired by Manhattan Software in November 2006. Centerstone Software was founded in 2000.

HighRoads, Inc.

Series B in 2005
As a next generation health plan product management company, HighRoads envisions a world where plans deliver what their customers want with the touch of a button. A future that includes on-demand price and product customization at the point of sale. Where a fundamentally new go-to-market strategy transforms the competitive landscape, and our client plans win. HighRoads’ sophisticated platform delivers an enterprise-wide single source of truth that streamlines product creation from concept to launch through process automation. Build new products in minutes instead of months by replacing manual processes, automatically incorporating changes in benefit data, and generating accurate member communications documents with the click of a button.

Nexaweb, Inc.

Series B in 2006
Nexaweb develops software that helps companies modernize existing enterprise applications and move them to the Web. Nexaweb software is designed to address three critical issues facing companies today. These are: 1. the high cost of maintaining an application portfolio that is aging and may have tens or hundreds of applications that have redundancies or bad code picked up throughout the years; 2. The decreasing number of IT professionals that have expertise in more traditional applications such as PowerBuilder, Oracle Forms or Visual Basic. These pros have either retired or moved on to other companies and didn't leave a history of the code behind. 3. The growing interest in updating existing applications and bridging the old with the newer technologies such as Nexacro Platform.

RAIDCore

Series A in 2003
RAIDCore designs and develops enterprise storage solutions. The company's products include RAID controllers, which assist in maintaining the data integrity by controlling it against viruses, malicious users, disk failure, and exhausted disk space; and Fulcrum Architecture, which is an integrated storage subsystem that handles virtualization and coherency for multi-controller access of data. RAIDCore was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Currensee

Series C in 2011
Currensee puts the power of investing in world currency markets in the hands of every investor. Currensee strives to deliver profitability, transparency and control to investors around the world. In October 2010, Currensee launched the Currensee Trade Leadersâ„¢ Investment Program, giving investors of all types the ability to invest in the currency market, regardless of their knowledge of the currency market. Until now, the currency market (also known as Forex or FX) has primarily been a place for institutional traders, professional traders or day traders willing to try their hand at the myriad of signals, set-ups and currency strategies. The Trade Leaders Investment Program was built to provide investors of all types with the opportunity to leverage the experience and expertise of top Forex traders, while having full control of their investment at all times. The program gives investors the ability to follow and automatically execute the trades of top Currensee traders called Trade Leaders. Currensee Trade Leaders are top Forex traders handpicked from the thousands of members of the Currensee Forex trading social network.

Applause

Series E in 2014
Applause is a crowd-sourced digital quality testing enabling companies to deliver digital experiences to their customers. Software is at the heart of how all brands engage users, and digital experiences must work flawlessly everywhere. With 300,000+ testers available on-demand around the globe, Applause provides brands with a full suite of testing and feedback capabilities. This approach drastically improves testing coverage, eliminates the limitations of offshoring and traditional QA labs, and speeds time-to-market for websites, mobile apps, IoT, and in-store experiences. Thousands of leading companies — including Ford, Fox, Google, and Dow Jones — rely on Applause as a best practice to deliver high-quality digital experiences that customers love. It was founded in 2007 and is based in Framingham, Massachusetts, United States/
CenterStone Technologies, and the iVendix Suite leads the way in digital marketing, sales tools and professional strength wholesale B2B e-commerce for brands. Every day we strive to deliver real value to our customers; delight our user community with an unparalleled user experience; leverage the power of SaaS-based development, infrastructure and minimal downtime for our clients’ IT departments; and make CenterStone a special place in which to work. CenterStone Technologies is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with an additional European office in Paris, France.

Centerstone Software

Series D in 2005
Centerstone Software is focused on the development of computer aided facility management solutions for facility operations, including space management and planning, operations, and asset and lease management. Centerstone Software was acquired by Manhattan Software in November 2006. Centerstone Software was founded in 2000.

Semcasting

Series B in 2004
Semcasting provides marketers with data and audience targeting solutions for online home and business users. The company’s smart zone audience targeting platform links mailboxes with modems, thereby providing advertisers with advanced levels of data accuracy, and comprehensive and compliant privacy for real-time budding, display, and advertising environments. It uses big data methodologies and a genetic modeling platform to automatically integrate demographic, firmographic, socioeconomic, behavioral, and transaction data to define audiences across multiple channels. Semcasting was founded in August 2009 and is based in North Andover, Massachusetts.

IntelliVid

Series A in 2003
IntelliVid offers a range of intelligent software that boosts the effectiveness of video surveillance systems. The company is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

HighRoads, Inc.

Series C in 2008
As a next generation health plan product management company, HighRoads envisions a world where plans deliver what their customers want with the touch of a button. A future that includes on-demand price and product customization at the point of sale. Where a fundamentally new go-to-market strategy transforms the competitive landscape, and our client plans win. HighRoads’ sophisticated platform delivers an enterprise-wide single source of truth that streamlines product creation from concept to launch through process automation. Build new products in minutes instead of months by replacing manual processes, automatically incorporating changes in benefit data, and generating accurate member communications documents with the click of a button.

enVista LLC

Venture Round in 2008
enVista is the leading enterprise cost management services provider, offering expert consulting and technology services from source to consumption. enVista enables leading companies to reduce operating costs, improve customer service and enhance profitability through innovative solutions and deep domain expertise across a multitude of industries and vertical markets.

enVista LLC

Series A in 2007
enVista is the leading enterprise cost management services provider, offering expert consulting and technology services from source to consumption. enVista enables leading companies to reduce operating costs, improve customer service and enhance profitability through innovative solutions and deep domain expertise across a multitude of industries and vertical markets.

Nexaweb, Inc.

Series A in 2003
Nexaweb develops software that helps companies modernize existing enterprise applications and move them to the Web. Nexaweb software is designed to address three critical issues facing companies today. These are: 1. the high cost of maintaining an application portfolio that is aging and may have tens or hundreds of applications that have redundancies or bad code picked up throughout the years; 2. The decreasing number of IT professionals that have expertise in more traditional applications such as PowerBuilder, Oracle Forms or Visual Basic. These pros have either retired or moved on to other companies and didn't leave a history of the code behind. 3. The growing interest in updating existing applications and bridging the old with the newer technologies such as Nexacro Platform.

Global Telemedix

Series B in 2000
Global Telemedix delivered e-Healthcare software, providing a high level of connectivity with the power to transform healthcare delivery.

Sprockets.com

Series B in 2001
Sprockets.com, a secure, scalable, Internet-based service that enables client, creative, production and media professionals.