Leapfrog Ventures

They believe that the most successful company in any industry gains a disproportionately higher return for its shareholders. their mission is to help their portfolio companies Leapfrog their competitors and achieve industry-leading levels of competitive and market performance as quickly as possible. They are all experienced operating executives of technology companies as well as successful venture investors. They can recognize the patterns that signal opportunities or risks in a small, high growth company. They have the resources and relationships to help entrepreneurs create the key alliances that will allow them to achieve victory early and convincingly. Every entrepreneur wants an investor who can help build the business. What does this mean? Certainly it is about advice and experience. These are the intangibles. Then there are the tangibles - the introductions to key customers and strategic partners, the access to distribution channels, the assistance in attracting and recruiting key executives - these are the immediate advantages that help Leapfrog the competition. They have built an extensive network of relationships which can be called upon to accelerate the success of their portfolio companies. When you work with them, you work with all of them, not just a single partner. All the partners work closely with all their companies to ensure that all of their collective resources are being matched to the immediate needs of their portfolio companies.

Andrew (Andy) Fillat

Venture Partner

Pete Sinclair

MD

50 past transactions

Silver Tail Systems

Series B in 2011
Silver Tail Systems is the leading provider of predictive analytics to detect and prevent fraud and abuse on websites. Business logic abuse is a rising concern as its extremely difficult to detect and stop, but these hijack threats, velocity attacks and gaming schemes are costing companies millions, if not billions in online fraud. Silver Tail Forensics and Mitigation products use a new generation of detection, efficient investigation and real-time mitigation of events to track suspicious behavior and divert the bad actors, leaving legitimate users unaffected.

Contactual

Series A in 2006
Contactual is a better alternative to traditional call centers eliminating the need to install cumbersome hardware or maintain software. Contactual OnDemand Contact Center shifts users from a large scale, up-front capital investment and burdensome call center system implementation to a model where they pay for only what they need, with simple implementation and flexibility. Contactual has been the leader in hosted contact center technology since 2000. Our patented skills based routing algorithm, patent pending Advanced Virtual Tenant Architectureâ„  (AVTA), and 6 additional patent pending technologies set us apart.

OuterBay Technologies

Series C in 2005
As of February 17, 2006, OuterBay Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Hewlett-Packard Co. OuterBay Technologies, Inc. provides information lifecycle management solutions for applications and databases that help customers to monitor, forecast, and manage data growth in enterprise application environments. It offers application resource monitor; data growth analysis and policy management; database archiving for long-term data retention, governance, and regulatory compliance; enterprise database archiving for applications; database sub setting; and data growth monitoring solutions. OuterBay Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California. The company has additional offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and India.

Tara Systems

Series C in 2004
Tara Systems is a provider of front-end design planning technologies. The company is based in Campbell, California.

Like.com

Series A in 2005
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

PureWave Networks

Series B in 2008
Developer of advanced, 4g lte and wimax-based stations

Vivato

Series C in 2003
Vivato is a Wi-Fi infrastructure provider that designs and delivers Wi-Fi connectivity solutions and multi-functional client platforms for mobile carriers and capable operators in the United States and internationally. The company offers an indoor Wi-Fi base station that provides improvements in range and coverage for large indoor environments, including warehouses, stadiums, convention centers, and office parks. It also provides an outdoor Wi-Fi base station that offers up to 54Mbps data-rates to large outdoor areas, including urban and rural Wi-Fi initiatives, 3G or 4G LTE offload, regional broadband Wi-Fi installs, university and education campuses, and resorts and hotels; government and military, logistics, and outdoor sports facilities; and seaports, airports, and train terminals.

Compassoft

Series A in 2003
Compassoft, founded in 2002, has rapidly become the recognized industry leader in delivering the data governance necessary for mission-critical regulatory compliance acting according to certain accepted standards and sound accounting controls. A privately held company with strong venture-capital backing, Compassoft has developed a management and development team second to none.

HotLink

Series A in 2011
HotLink enables companies to quickly & easily incorporate public & private cloud resources into their existing production data centers.

C9 Inc.

Series C in 2010
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth. C9 is located in San Mateo and is backed by the Mayfield Fund, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures.

Silver Tail Systems

Series A in 2008
Silver Tail Systems is the leading provider of predictive analytics to detect and prevent fraud and abuse on websites. Business logic abuse is a rising concern as its extremely difficult to detect and stop, but these hijack threats, velocity attacks and gaming schemes are costing companies millions, if not billions in online fraud. Silver Tail Forensics and Mitigation products use a new generation of detection, efficient investigation and real-time mitigation of events to track suspicious behavior and divert the bad actors, leaving legitimate users unaffected.

OuterBay Technologies

Series B in 2003
As of February 17, 2006, OuterBay Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Hewlett-Packard Co. OuterBay Technologies, Inc. provides information lifecycle management solutions for applications and databases that help customers to monitor, forecast, and manage data growth in enterprise application environments. It offers application resource monitor; data growth analysis and policy management; database archiving for long-term data retention, governance, and regulatory compliance; enterprise database archiving for applications; database sub setting; and data growth monitoring solutions. OuterBay Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California. The company has additional offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and India.

Avaak

Series A in 2008
Avaak is a provider of wireless video networking technology. Their applications are used in a variety of environments, from businesses to the military. The company is venture backed, and initially developed its wire-free video networking technology with sponsorship from DARPA and the Office of Naval Research (ONR).

RedSeal

Series A in 2006
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.
Enterprise Software for Cloud and Data center managment

FastScaleTechnology

Series A in 2007
FastScale Technology, Inc. is a privately held company backed by leading venture capital firms including ATA Ventures, Leapfrog Ventures and Hunt Ventures. FastScale was founded to address the urgent market need for more dynamic software infrastructure in large IT organizations. The patent-pending FastScale technology delivers a new generation of software virtualization and provisioning solutions for enterprise-class Web farms and data centers and enables IT organizations to build, manage and deploy complex and dynamic software environments with unparalleled simplicity, flexibility and security while achieving dramatic lifecycle cost savings and server utilization improvement.

Striva

Series A in 2001
Striva develops software to solve complex database integration problems for some of the world's leading software vendors. Striva products enable large corporations to invest in new technology while maintaining the viability of their existing database infrastructure, delivering more than 100-fold performance improvements over alternatives. Striva customers include Alcatel, Chase Manhattan, Lockheed Martin, Nortel Networks, UBS Warburg, and Xerox.

RedSeal

Series B in 2007
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

FastScaleTechnology

Series B in 2009
FastScale Technology, Inc. is a privately held company backed by leading venture capital firms including ATA Ventures, Leapfrog Ventures and Hunt Ventures. FastScale was founded to address the urgent market need for more dynamic software infrastructure in large IT organizations. The patent-pending FastScale technology delivers a new generation of software virtualization and provisioning solutions for enterprise-class Web farms and data centers and enables IT organizations to build, manage and deploy complex and dynamic software environments with unparalleled simplicity, flexibility and security while achieving dramatic lifecycle cost savings and server utilization improvement.

Netli

Venture Round in 2006
Netli provides a number of corporate network and Internet services, including hosting, storage, and security services. Customers include Hewlett-Packard , Motorola, and Millipore. Netli has received equity financing from Reed Elsevier Ventures, Morgenthaler Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Alta Partners, among others. The company has offices in the US and Hong Kong. Netli was acquired by content and application acceleration specialist Akamai Technologies in 2007.

C9 Inc.

Series A in 2005
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth. C9 is located in San Mateo and is backed by the Mayfield Fund, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures.

Vast

Series A in 2005
Vast.com, Inc. develops and operates a platform that support big data experiences for automotive, real estate, and travel markets. Its platform offers consumers an online inventory of new and used cars; and real estate listings, rentals listings, and various real estate professionals, as well as operates a database of inventory options from hotels, motels, vacation rentals, and campgrounds to B&Bs and other alternative lodging options to in-market home buyers, sellers, and renters. The company’s platform also serves as a search and advertising platform for top tier publishers. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in San Francisco, California.

C9 Inc.

Series A in 2007
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth. C9 is located in San Mateo and is backed by the Mayfield Fund, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures.

Radar Networks

Series A in 2006
Radar Networks makes Twine. Think of Twine as your own artificially intelligent personal web assistant. That's the message we get from Radar Networks CEO, Nova Spivack, about his new project from Radar Networks. Twine is a semantic web application that auto-organizes all your information and media based on an auto-tagging engine. It's been in the works for some time, but will make its public debut soon. The company is funded by Leapfrog Ventures and Vulcan Capital, Paul Allen's venture firm.

PureWave Networks

Series C in 2012
Developer of advanced, 4g lte and wimax-based stations

Compassoft

Series B in 2007
Compassoft, founded in 2002, has rapidly become the recognized industry leader in delivering the data governance necessary for mission-critical regulatory compliance acting according to certain accepted standards and sound accounting controls. A privately held company with strong venture-capital backing, Compassoft has developed a management and development team second to none.

Ace Metrix

Series B in 2009
Ace Metrix offers a live platform enabling companies to access timely, actionable data with real-time advertising campaign optimization. Through its platform companies can now access timely actionable data wherever, whenever they need to, enabling real-time advertising campaign optimization. It was founded in 2007 and headquartered in El Segundo, California.

Avaak

Series B in 2010
Avaak is a provider of wireless video networking technology. Their applications are used in a variety of environments, from businesses to the military. The company is venture backed, and initially developed its wire-free video networking technology with sponsorship from DARPA and the Office of Naval Research (ONR).

Marble Security

Venture Round in 2006
Marble’s mobile app risk management service enables enterprises to detect and control apps with malicious and privacy-leaking behaviors that frequently lead to advanced persistent threats (APTs), spear phishing attacks on employees, and other information security risks. The Marble service combines comprehensive, correlated threat intelligence across multiple data sources with an adaptive scoring engine that produces dynamic app risk scores for Android and iOS apps. Marble’s research and response team of analysts, developers and cybercrime specialists have analyzed millions of Android and iOS apps, testing for risky and dangerous behaviors including malware, spyware, data leakage and apps that take users to phishing sites, or communicate with botnet command and control servers. Marble can provide data feeds, formatted reports, or can integrate directly with mobile device management (MDM) or enterprise mobile management (EMM) solutions, providing granular risk control for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

C9 Inc.

Series D in 2013
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth. C9 is located in San Mateo and is backed by the Mayfield Fund, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures.

Zebit, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Zebit grants no-cost credit to consumers without interest. Due to cash constraints or lack of credit access, consumers typically turn to high-cost off-line financing methods (payday loans, rent-to-own, in-store financing) with payments that can total over 3 times the purchase value. Zebit is the first to grant real-time, interest-free credit to shop millions of products and pay over time at 0% interest. By combining consumer income data with sophisticated risk analytics, and allowing members to shop millions of name brand products in a closed marketplace, Zebit provides the benefits of internet commerce (product selection, lower prices, and mobile-shopping convenience) that disrupts a $25 billion high-cost, off-line installment financing industry.

RedSeal

Venture Round in 2011
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

OjOs.com

Venture Round in 2007
Search and vision engine in pre-stealth

RedSeal

Series C in 2015
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

HealthifyMe

Series C in 2021
HealthifyMe is an application that allows its users to achieve their fitness and weight loss goals from their computers and smartphones. The application enables its users to track their calories, nutrition, and fitness activities; track their weight and determine if they are healthy; set healthy goals and work toward meeting them; share their data with experts; and get expert advice and suggestions on their lifestyles. HealthifyMe was developed and launched by a team of doctors, nutritionists, and fitness trainers in 2012. It is based in Bangalore, India.

Krillion

Series A in 2006
Krillion is how Web-savvy consumers compare and connect with local retailers. Krillion applies local search expertise and the Web's largest aggregated database of product, location and in-stock availability information to answer the question: "where can I buy it now and pick it up today?" Krillion works with leading search engines, manufacturers, publishers and retailers to offer ready-to-buy shoppers access to Krillion's data wherever they research products online. Krillion's technology — the patent-pending Krillion Localization Engine; localized search results that include thousands of products in over 40,000 U.S. locations; and unique, real-time StockCheck™ tool — transforms the Web-to-store purchase process and drives in-store traffic and sales. Krillion was founded in February 2006 and is funded by Hummer Winblad Venture Partners.

OjOs.com

Series B in 2006
Search and vision engine in pre-stealth

Peanut Labs

Series B in 2008
Peanut Labs is an innovator in online market research, monetization and advertising. We understand the science behind connecting people and delivering industry leading results. We match online consumers who are interested in voicing their opinions, trying products and discovering new websites with companies seeking insights, engagement and new customers. And we do it all in a way that is fun, relevant, and most importantly, rewarding for everyone. Since 2007 we’ve served millions of online consumers, worked with thousands of researchers, advertisers and online communities of every size.

Netli

Venture Round in 2004
Netli provides a number of corporate network and Internet services, including hosting, storage, and security services. Customers include Hewlett-Packard , Motorola, and Millipore. Netli has received equity financing from Reed Elsevier Ventures, Morgenthaler Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Alta Partners, among others. The company has offices in the US and Hong Kong. Netli was acquired by content and application acceleration specialist Akamai Technologies in 2007.

Ace Metrix

Series C in 2014
Ace Metrix offers a live platform enabling companies to access timely, actionable data with real-time advertising campaign optimization. Through its platform companies can now access timely actionable data wherever, whenever they need to, enabling real-time advertising campaign optimization. It was founded in 2007 and headquartered in El Segundo, California.

Like.com

Series B in 2006
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

Like.com

Series C in 2008
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

C9 Inc.

Series B in 2009
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth. C9 is located in San Mateo and is backed by the Mayfield Fund, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures.

Tara Systems

Venture Round in 2000
Tara Systems is a provider of front-end design planning technologies. The company is based in Campbell, California.

Zebit UK LTD

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

RedSeal

Series C in 2009
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

Ace Metrix

Series C in 2012
Ace Metrix offers a live platform enabling companies to access timely, actionable data with real-time advertising campaign optimization. Through its platform companies can now access timely actionable data wherever, whenever they need to, enabling real-time advertising campaign optimization. It was founded in 2007 and headquartered in El Segundo, California.

Zebit, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Zebit grants no-cost credit to consumers without interest. Due to cash constraints or lack of credit access, consumers typically turn to high-cost off-line financing methods (payday loans, rent-to-own, in-store financing) with payments that can total over 3 times the purchase value. Zebit is the first to grant real-time, interest-free credit to shop millions of products and pay over time at 0% interest. By combining consumer income data with sophisticated risk analytics, and allowing members to shop millions of name brand products in a closed marketplace, Zebit provides the benefits of internet commerce (product selection, lower prices, and mobile-shopping convenience) that disrupts a $25 billion high-cost, off-line installment financing industry.

Exuus Limited

Seed Round in 2018
Exuus Limited develops a web based software services. Its products include cartix and save. Cartix is a web platform that enables organizations to optimize operational performance, strategic investments, and enhances everyday decision making processes. Save is a digital platform that financially empowers savings groups sustainably through a comprehensive, open and user-friendly saving groups ledger handling. It also offers digital data collection, data mining, and data visualization services. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Kigali, Rwanda.

OuterBay Technologies

Venture Round in 2002
As of February 17, 2006, OuterBay Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Hewlett-Packard Co. OuterBay Technologies, Inc. provides information lifecycle management solutions for applications and databases that help customers to monitor, forecast, and manage data growth in enterprise application environments. It offers application resource monitor; data growth analysis and policy management; database archiving for long-term data retention, governance, and regulatory compliance; enterprise database archiving for applications; database sub setting; and data growth monitoring solutions. OuterBay Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California. The company has additional offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and India.