RRE Ventures

Since its founding in 1994, RRE Ventures has been dedicated to helping talented management teams build industry-leading companies. We have raised in excess of $1.5 billion in assets dedicated to investing in private information technology companies. We focus on rapidly growing markets in the software, internet, communications, financial services and other industries. We back entrepreneurs and management teams that possess the industry knowledge, vision, and discipline to create market-dominating companies. Our team brings a unique combination of management, operations, and investment expertise, as well as an unrivaled network of relationships, to help our entrepreneurs drive growth. At RRE, we have one mission...to help entrepreneurs build great companies.

Jason Black

Principal

Stuart Ellman

Founder and General Partner

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Jay Hass

Strategic Advisor

John R. Hass

Partner

Riten Jaiswal

Director of Technology

Maria Palma

Principal

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Will Porteous

General Partner and COO

William Porteous

General Partner and COO

Raju Rishi

General Partner

James D. Robinson

Founder and General Partner

Jim Robinson

Co-Founder and General Partner

Abigail Tisch

Analyst

602 past transactions

Paxos Trust Company, LLC

Seed Round in 2013
Paxos is re-building the infrastructure of finance. Its mission is to move any assets anywhere, instantly – and therefore democratize access to a new, global, frictionless economy. The Company takes a two-pronged approach of establishing regulatory designations that give it access to the current financial infrastructure and the ability to develop innovative products. This allows Paxos to operate as a gateway between traditional finance and the digital future. Today, as the first regulated Trust company with blockchain expertise, Paxos is uniquely positioned to mobilize and custody assets digitally.

Spring Health

Seed Round in 2018
Spring Health provides employers with a comprehensive and effective solution for employee mental well-being. It uses a proprietary assessment and machine-learning technology to understand all of the conditions a person may be experiencing, and use those results to match them to a care plan personalized to their needs. Each member has access to a Care Navigator to help guide them through their options, assist in booking appointments with therapists, and connect them to domain experts across work-life, legal, or financial services. It was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

Electric Cloud, Inc.

Series C in 2007
Electric Cloud is the leader in DevOps Release Automation. They help organizations developing enterprise web/IT, mobile and embedded systems applications deliver better software faster by automating and accelerating build, deployment and release processes at scale. Leading organizations like Cisco, E*TRADE, Gap, GE, HP, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Sony, and Qualcomm use Electric Cloud solutions and services to boost DevOps productivity and Agile throughput while providing a scalable, auditable, predictable and high-performance pathway to production.

Securrency, Inc.

Series A in 2020
Securrency, Inc. develops a financial technology platform for digital currency. It offers financial trading platform intended to facilitate trading of illiquid asset classes. The company's trading platform also integrates legacy financial services with recent advances in distributed ledger technologies, payment gateways and security frameworks, enabling financial market participants make financial services more secure, transparent, efficient and accessible. Securrency, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is based in Riva, Maryland. It has locations in Washington, District of Columbia; New York City, New York; and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Recyclebank

Venture Round in 2009
Recyclebank helps create a more sustainable future by rewarding people for taking everyday green actions with discounts and deals from local and national businesses.

StellaService

Series C in 2015
StellaService helps companies grow through better service across their stores, contact centers and ecommerce fulfillment. The company offers solutions including employee engagement tools, real-time customer feedback surveys and objective performance measurement across online and in-store channels. Together, these solutions enable companies build brand equity, increase customer advocacy and drive sales.

BioLite Inc.

Equity Crowdfunding in 2017
BioLite Inc. develops and manufactures energy products for customers in the United States and internationally. It offers portable grills, carry packs, kettle pots, camp and base stoves, power lights, energy bundles, nanogrid products, site lights, and flex lights. Its products are compatible with various devices, such as cell phones, smartphones, GPS, LED flashlights, headlamps, rechargeable battery packs, and other devices. It sells its products online. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Brooklyn, New York.

OTTO Motors

Series B in 2016
OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath Robotics Inc. OTTO Motors provides autonomous mobile robots for material handling inside manufacturing facilities and warehouses. The vehicles operate with infrastructure-free navigation, offering intelligent, safe, efficient, and reliable transportation within industrial centers. Proprietary hardware, software, and services are delivered to provide customer excellence.

Capitalize Money, Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
Capitalize is a fintech company that helps people find and transfer old retirement accounts and open new ones. It believes all Americans should retire with enough money for a life of dignity. Over time, they intend to eliminate all of the friction in the retirement savings system that stops them from doing so. Capitalize is a well-funded, early-stage company backed by leading venture capital investors in New York (Greycroft, RRE Ventures), the Bay Area (Bling Capital), and Los Angeles (Walkabout Ventures). It was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

YipitData

Series B in 2011
YipitData is the on-demand, 100+ person data team for hundreds of the largest hedge funds, mutual funds, pension funds, private equity funds, family offices, sovereign wealth funds, and venture capital funds in the world. The company's platform uses proprietary systems and methodologies to collect terabytes of public data every day that enable granular and accurate analyses of the business performance, strategic initiatives, and competitive market dynamics, enabling institutional investors to make better investment decisions.

Spire Global Inc.

Series B in 2015
Spire Global Inc. is a space to cloud data analytics company that utilizes proprietary satellite data and algorithms to provide the most advanced maritime, aviation, and weather tracking in the world. Spire’s data analytics is backed by a wholly owned and developed constellation of nanosatellites, global ground station network, and 24/7 operations that provide real-time global coverage of every point on Earth over 100 times per day. Spire identifies and tracks movement of the world's resources and weather systems in order for businesses to make smart decisions. Spire is founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Yieldbot

Series B in 2014
Yieldbot is a true technology company aiming to do nothing short of revolutionize the way media value is created for consumers, brands and publishers. They strive to consistently outperform expectations creating a better, more relevant web with their technology. In so doing, they believe they will enable the media industry to realize its true value for all three of the constituents that make the web what it is, and what it will become.

WhipTail

Series B in 2012
WhipTail Technologies commercialized the first all-flash enterprise storage array to address performance issues in data centers. Installed worldwide in numerous mission critical database, virtualization, and online environments, WhipTail's solid-state storage dramatically reduces delays related to hard disk contention and access times, allowing servers to process more data in dramatically less time -- months to days, hours to minutes. Since 2009, customers have relied on WhipTail's flash-based arrays for extreme IOPS, bandwidth and latency, optimizing performance of key business functions and bringing modern performance demanding applications to life.

Interstellar

Series C in 2015
Interstellar is a technology company revolutionizing international payments to deliver faster, cheaper and more reliable global financial solutions. It creates best in class products and solutions, primarily leveraging the Stellar blockchain network. These are either created and operated directly by Interstellar, or identified as benefits to other businesses, who integrate through and leverage the Interstellar Platform to operate on Stellar. Learn more at www.interstellar.com

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.

Paperless Post

Series C in 2014
Paperless Post exists to help people gather more easily and meaningfully in real life, because they believe that’s how relationships thrive. Since 2009, their online platform has helped millions of people spend time with the people they care about at life's most important moments. Last year alone, Paperless Post brought over 70 million people together. They are incredibly excited about the launch of their new product, Flyer, which will leverage their event management tools, alongside new and more versatile design choices and functionality, to allow an even wider range of people gather every day.

Silvertree

Seed Round in 2021
Silvertree is on a mission to empower the world’s aging population. We are developing next-gen wearable technology that provides the right form of safety and connection for active older adults. Aging is a personal experience, yet aging with dignity and independence so often includes the caring involvement of family and loved ones. That is why we are designing a stylish, wrist-worn wearable that is built for safety and deeply rooted in human connection, across generations. We aim to be the consumer brand associated with vitality, style, and independence for the growing population of fifty-five million Americans ages sixty-five and beyond.

BitPay

Series B in 2018
BitPay provides enterprise-grade bitcoin payment solutions for businesses and organizations. It offers RESTful API, a bitcoin paymet gateway API; and native payment protocol support, signed payment request, direct payment communication, and BIP 73 support solutions. BitPay also provides Copay, a bitcoin wallet solution with Intel hardware security integration that allows users with hardware-level protection, including private key generation, transaction signing, and private keys. It has a strategic processing relationship with Aliant Payment Systems, Inc. Anthony Gallippi and Stephen Pair founded BitPay on May 1, 2011. It has its headquarters in Atlanta in Georgia.

StellaService

Series B in 2013
StellaService helps companies grow through better service across their stores, contact centers and ecommerce fulfillment. The company offers solutions including employee engagement tools, real-time customer feedback surveys and objective performance measurement across online and in-store channels. Together, these solutions enable companies build brand equity, increase customer advocacy and drive sales.

VigLink, Inc.

Series C in 2014
VigLink, Inc. operates a platform for content-driven commerce that processes various page-views and clicks. The company monetizes content that drives commerce for various sites and works with merchants to drive sales. Its products include VigLink Convert that transforms existing product links into valuable marketing traffic; VigLink Insert that identifies commercial linking opportunities from customer’s content and transforms text into links on their behalf; and VigLink Anywhere that enables users to create and share revenue-generating links across collaborative networks, such as social and email. The company provides its solutions for publishers, advertisers, forums, blogs, mobile applications, affiliate marketers, and developers. VigLink, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 13, 2018, VigLink, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of sovrn Holdings, Inc.

Fluidinfo

Series A in 2010
FluidInfo Inc. provides managed services that include hosted database for metadata, a tag-based schema with query language. The company’s services include public data for crowd-sourcing data or open collaboration; collaborate on private data with fellow employees or trusted 3rd parties; and integrate into users’ IT infrastructure. Its platform combines metadata from existing systems, internal databases, and public web platforms into a single addressable location and application programmer interface. FluidInfo Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in New York, New York.

Tendril

Venture Round in 2012
Tendril enables utilities to drive customer engagement via a rich and tailored experience for the home energy consumer. Energy and service providers rely on Tendril’s customizable software solutions to engage consumers to meet efficiency goals and improve customer service operations. All solutions are powered by an open, cloud-based, secure, and scalable platform that seamlessly supports numerous other utility-grade applications.

Clarity Money, Inc.

Series A in 2016
For the first time, in the palm of your hand, you have an advocate to help you manage your money. A partner who is looking out for you. All within the Clarity Money app, you can lower your bills, cancel wasteful accounts, transfer money, create a savings account and get your credit score. The app also provides unprecedented transparency into your spending. It’s beautiful, easy to use and there is nothing like it on the market. Download now on the iOS App store Sign-up today: https://claritymoney.com/app

BitPass

Series B in 2004
Founded in December 2002, BitPass was an online payment system for digital content and services. The service worked by allowing users to deposit money in an online account, and using that stored value amount to pay for digital content and services. The company had partnerships with high-profile firms like Microsoft, PayPal, the Royal Bank of Scotland and First Data. For undisclosed reasons, BitPass announced that they were shutting down operations in January 2007, and officially closed on January 26, 2007.

Sols, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Sols, Inc. provides orthotic insoles for foot support. Its insoles address the underlying alignment issues, promote proper gait through dynamic foot support, and relieves pressure on the plantar fascia. The company serves customers in the United States. Sols, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York. As of February 22, 2017, Sols, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Aetrex Worldwide, Inc.

Care/of

Seed Round in 2017
Care/of is a healthcare technology company dedicated to simplifying consumer health, starting with a fully personalized vitamin pack. Their first product is a vitamin experience delivered monthly to consumers, personalized to the individual customer's unique body, lifestyle, values, and health goals. Care/of is a New York City based technology company founded on the basis of honesty, quality, and personalization.

Moov Financial, Inc.

Series A in 2020
Moov is rebuilding banking infrastructure for a cloud-native world without any legacy technology dependencies. Moov’s banking-as-a-service platform takes a developer-first approach of being open-source, portable to cloud providers or on-premises, modular for customization, and decoupled from any single bank program. Their protocols offer the first de facto standard for embedded payment infrastructure offered publicly. Moov was established in 2017 and is based in Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States.

Notara

Series D in 2002
Notara develops software applications that automate the marketing process, such as tracking the changes to advertising and promotional campaigns with the agencies involved. The software sends the changes to the appropriate person to sign off the changes, before it moves to the next level for approval.

drop.io

Venture Round in 2010
Drop.io was a platform for simple private exchange. It enabled users to create simple private exchange points called "drops" which could be generated in as little as two clicks. Each drop could be accessed via the web, email, phone, fax, and widgets. The service had no email signup and no "accounts." Each drop was private and only as accessible as users chose to make them. Users could create multiple drops, add any type of media, and share or subscribe as they wanted through email and RSS. 100MB of storage was provided for free and tiered storage was provided at cost up to 25GB. In 2010, drop.io was [acquired by Facebook](http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/29/facebook-acquires-drop-io-nabs-sam-lessin/).

Mintera

Series C in 2007
Mintera Corporation develops and markets high speed optical transmission systems. It offers MI 40000XS that provides a transport subsystem for carriers, enterprises, educational institutions, and government agencies. The company also provides fiber-optic transport systems that enable deployment of optical transport in metro-core, regional, long-haul, and ultra long-haul networks. Mintera Corporation was founded in 2000 and is based in Acton, Massachusetts.

NerdWallet, Inc.

Series A in 2015
NerdWallet, Inc. develops online tools that provide information, insights, and consumer-driven advices about personal finance to consumers. Its tools help consumers to navigate and get clarity about their personal finance decisions in the areas of credit card, banking, mortgage, insurance, loan, investing, small business, healthcare, education, and shopping aspects. NerdWallet, Inc. was formerly known as KSquared Capital Management LLC. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Renoviso, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Renoviso is a service transforming how homeowners complete renovation projects through technology, transparency, and customer experience. Homeowners can get customized online pricing on products from the best brands in home improvement, including professional measurement and installation. It handles the entire renovation process through completion, all at a great price. This approach has produced exceptional customer reviews from homeowners throughout eastern New England in Renoviso’s initial product categories, which include windows, doors, and hardwood flooring.

Pattern

Private Equity Round in 2021
Pattern is a family of brands that inspire to learn, explore, and lay the foundation for a more present life. The company's goal is to create deeper, more personal relationships with each consumer so they can best serve their needs through the family of brands.

Evoke Software

Series E in 2002
Evoke Software Corporation provides data discovery, profiling, and quality management software. It offers Axio product suite that automates profiling and analysis of corporate information assets to streamline data warehouse, business intelligence, data migrations, conversions, and customer relationship management initiatives. The company, formerly known as DBStar Software, Inc., changed its name to DBStar, Inc. in 1994, and then to Evoke Software Corporation in 1998. Evoke Software Corporation was founded in 1993 and is based in San Francisco, California.

BroadSoft

Series C in 2002
BroadSoft is the leading global provider of software that enables mobile, fixed-line and cable service providers to deliver real-time communications over their IP networks. They have more than 500 telecommunications service provider customers, powering their delivery of enhanced, personalized communications and entertainment services to their businesses and residential subscribers. BroadSoft serves 18 of the top 25 largest telecommunications carriers in over 70 countries and in 25 languages.

Arca

Series A in 2021
Arca is an institutional grade financial services firm building products utilizing and investing in digital assets. The Arca team blends the time-tested attributes of traditional finance with the transparency, immutability, and efficiency of the blockchain to create institutional-caliber products designed to seamlessly allow today's' investors to transition into the digitally-powered global economy of the future.

Filecoin

Funding Round in 2017
Filecoin is a data storage network and electronic currency based on Bitcoin. It rents disk space to store files; and allows to exchange Filecoin for Bitcoin, USD, and other currencies. The company is based in the United States.

Juice Software

Series C in 2002
The company has developed software designed to let companies pull information directly into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, without cutting and pasting. The information can also be linked to its source and receive automatic updates as the information changes.

Redox

Series D in 2021
Redox accelerates the development and distribution of healthcare software solutions with a full-service integration platform to securely and efficiently exchange data. Healthcare delivery organizations and technology vendors connect once and authorize the data they send and receive across the most extensive interoperable network in healthcare. Redox exists to make healthcare data useful and every patient experience a little bit better. It keeps patients at the forefront by helping vendors and providers integrate securely, easily, and at a reduced cost. It was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin.

Clyde

Series A in 2020
Clyde Technologies, Inc. provides an insurance technology platform for businesses to offer extended warranties and accident protection to their customers. It offers Clyde, a product protection platform that delivers product protection plans directly to consumers as they shop, owning the relationship from purchase to claim submission to resolution. The company’s platform connects stores and businesses with a network of insurance companies to purchase protection plans. Clyde Technologies, Inc. was formerly known as Intego Co. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Kik Interactive Inc.

Series A in 2011
Kik Interactive, Inc. develops smartphone messaging applications for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry. Its Kik Messenger enables users to talk to friends, and browse and share various Websites with friends. Kik Interactive, Inc. was formerly known as Unsynced, Inc. and changed its name to Kik Interactive, Inc. in March 2010. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Waterloo, Canada. It has additional offices in Toronto and Tel Aviv.
Odyssey Logistics & Technology (OL&T) and its subsidiaries deliver a comprehensive portfolio of managed logistics and third-party services to the global chemical and process manufacturing industries. The Odyssey Global Logistics PlatformSM is OL&T’s technology infrastructure, and features a patented proprietary net-native transportation management system that supports the safe, reliable and efficient delivery of client products throughout the world. With double digit average annual revenue growth rates for the last five years, OL&T moves products with more than $42 billion in value between 185,000 origins and destinations and 220 ports worldwide, servicing midsize to large global chemical and process industry clients.

Bitnomial

Series A in 2018
Bitnomial, Inc. develops and operates an exchange, clearing, and settlement infrastructure for trading bitcoin derivatives. Its bitcoin derivatives exchange is used for trading margined bitcoin futures and options, such as bitcoin US dollar futures, Deci bitcoin US dollar futures, and bitcoin US dollar options. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

Bureau

Seed Round in 2019
Office furniture hasn’t changed in a while--about 79 years, in fact. That’s the average age of the top twenty-five office furniture companies in America. None of them were born after the Internet. Branch makes office furniture simple. We're building an office experience for the 21st century: flexible, affordable and easy so you can sit down (or stand) and get to work.

Boost Insurance

Series B in 2021
Boost Insurance USA, Inc. develops and offers a platform for emerging insurtech startups in the property and casualty insurance market. Its infrastructure as a service platform (IaaS) provides modern insurance data exchange focusing on insurance products, distribution, data analytics, underwriting, and claims. The company guides entrepreneurs through the product development and regulatory processes. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Yhat

Seed Round in 2013
Yhat (pronounced Y-hat) provides an end-to-end data science platform for developing, deploying, and managing real-time decision APIs. Yhat eliminates painful IT obstacles involved in cloud-based data science like server setup and config. With Yhat, data scientists can transform static insights into production-ready decision making APIs that integrate seamlessly with any customer- or employee-facing app. Yhat also created Rodeo, an open source integrated development environment (IDE) for Python. Yhat was founded in 2013 and is based in New York. The team is composed of entrepreneurs, data scientists, and engineers formerly at OnDeck, AppNexus, Guidespark, Shareablee and the Washington Post.

Liquid Machines

Series D in 2008
Liquid Machines' Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) software provides control of electronic corporate assets throughout the information lifecycle, making users more efficient and reducing the risk of compliance violations and intellectual property leakage. Liquid Machines’ Enterprise Rights Management solutions enable organizations to persistently control access and usage of electronic information regardless of where it exists without changing the way users work.

HYPR

Series A in 2017
HYPR is The Passwordless Company backed by Comcast, Samsung, and Mastercard. The HYPR Cloud Platform makes it easy to go Passwordless across the enterprise by combining the security of a smart card with the convenience of a smartphone. With HYPR, businesses are finally able to solve the desktop MFA gap, eliminate customer passwords, and deliver lightning-fast login experiences their users love.

Pilot

Series A in 2016
Pilot is a new kind of internet provider for businesses in urban cities.

AdaptiveBlue

Series B in 2008
AdaptiveBlue is the company that develops GetGlue, a leading social entertainment network. GetGlue users check-in while consuming entertainment to connect with friends, get personalized recommendations, and earn exclusive rewards from more than 25 top entertainment companies. AdaptiveBlue is based in New York and has 15 employees.

CapitalThinking

Series B in 2000
CapitalThinking is a mortgage financial services company that offers fixed and flexible payment solutions. It offers an online platform that enables its customers to apply and obtain quotations. CapitalThinking is acquired by CapitalStream in January 2004. CapitalThinking was founded in 1999 and is based in New York.

Trusted Insight

Venture Round in 2013
Trusted Insight is an LP network that provides institutional investors with curated news, jobs, rankings, online and offline events, and a forum. With over 140,000 members on the platform controlling over $18 Trillion in assets, Trusted Insight is the fastest growing and most trusted alternative platform. 30,000 institutional investors engage with Trusted Insight each week. They are actively investing in alternative assets, primarily private equity, hedge funds, real estate and private companies. Founded by Alex Bangash, Trusted Insight started in 2010 and is venture-funded and revenue-producing. Its investors were the first investors or founders of Facebook, LinkedIn, Mint, Match.com, and Blackstone, among others. The company has offices in NYC and San Francisco.

Managed by Q

Seed Round in 2014
Managed by Q Inc. operates a workplace management platform, which offers on demand cleaning and maintenance services. The company offers facility services, which includes cleaning, maintenance, IT support, and security services; workplace staffing services; project management services, which includes pre lease planning, vendor management, office build, interior design, office move, and renovation services; and task management services. Managed by Q Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York. As of March 3, 2020, Managed by Q Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Eden Technologies, Inc.

Mirror Contracts

Series A in 2015
Mirror operates an integrated platform that connects investors with underserved markets to facilitate price discovery in traditionally non-transparent ecosystems. Mirror allows its clients to construct security-based swaps that enable them to get long exposure into late-stage private companies, or short exposure to hedge current positions in their portfolio. Established in 2011, Mirror’s clientele is comprised of angel investors, venture capital funds, growth and private equity firms, hedge funds, and other institutional asset managers.

theSkimm

Series A in 2014
theSkimm is the daily newsletter that simplifies the headlines for the educated professional who knows enough to know she needs more. They do the reading for you and explain it with fresh editorial content, breaking down what you need to know to start the conversation.

Tacit Networks

Series C in 2005
As of May 8, 2006, Tacit Networks, Inc. was acquired by Packeteer, Inc. Tacit Networks, Inc. provides wide area file services and wide area network optimization solutions for branch office and remote users. It offers IShared products, which enable businesses to consolidate, accelerate, and control information. The company provides file, exchange, management, networking, Web, and print services. It offers its products and services directly and through integrated network reseller partners program. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in South Plainfield, New Jersey.

Token

Venture Round in 2017
Tokenize develops Token, a biometric-based wearable ring that can make payments, power up a computer, and part doors. The ring is integrated with MasterCard, Microsoft, Visa, HID, FitPay and the FIDO Alliance. Token uses a combination of fingerprinting (there’s a fingerprint sensor at the base of the ring) and an optical proximity sensor to ensure that a user’s credentials can’t be accessed by a third party. Using an app (available for iOS and Android), Tokenites can pair the ring and their biometric information with anything from their credit cards to their car keys.

Shake, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Shake is a mobile-first application that allows users to create, sign, and send, plain English and legally binding agreements from their phones. Shake was founded in 2012 by an experienced team of entrepreneurs and investors. They have decades of startup and executive leadership experience at companies such as Google, Spotify, AOL, BuzzFeed, and RRE Ventures.

Logentries

Series A in 2013
Logentries is a SaaS-delivered log management and analytics service, developed to make machine-generated log data easily accessible to developers, operations, and business analytics customers. While traditional log management and analytics solutions require advanced technical skills to use, and are costly to set-up, Logentries provides an accessible alternative for managing huge amounts of data, visualizing insights that matter, and sharing that information across the business. With more than 20,000 users in over 100 countries, Logentries is processing billions of events everyday.

Abra

Series A in 2015
Abra is the world’s first digital cash, peer-to-peer money transfer network. Buy, sell, and hold bitcoin or send bitcoin or fiat to any bitcoin wallet or any other Abra user instantly and securely. Abra uses bitcoin and blockchain technology to enable users to transact in over 50 currencies, including bitcoin. Founded in 2014 by Bill Barhydt, serial entrepreneur and global mobile-banking veteran, their team is based in Silicon Valley and committed to forever changing how the world moves money.

Highrise

Seed Round in 2018
Highrise is a creative mobile community where people create avatars, express themselves, and make friends. Its platform includes built-in user-generated avatars that let its users engage in real-time virtual chats, read reviews, surf across the latest news feed and keep in touch with their friends to customize and self-designed games, enabling users to make new friends, host real-time games and create fun contents for publicizing. It was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Token

Seed Round in 2014
Tokenize develops Token, a biometric-based wearable ring that can make payments, power up a computer, and part doors. The ring is integrated with MasterCard, Microsoft, Visa, HID, FitPay and the FIDO Alliance. Token uses a combination of fingerprinting (there’s a fingerprint sensor at the base of the ring) and an optical proximity sensor to ensure that a user’s credentials can’t be accessed by a third party. Using an app (available for iOS and Android), Tokenites can pair the ring and their biometric information with anything from their credit cards to their car keys.

Beeswax, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Beeswax, Inc. develops an advertising software and provides a technology buying platform for digital media. Its technology allows its customers to buy ad space on Websites, mobile apps, video players, and other devices, as well as allows for the use of proprietary and third party data in the purchase of that ad space. The company serves the marketers and brands, technology and data platforms, and publishers. Beeswax, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York with additional locations in London, United Kingdom and San Francisco, California.

Business Insider, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
Business Insider is an online platform that offers the latest business, celebrity, and technology news across America. The platform also covers technology, finance, politics, strategy, life, sports, and more. The site also provides and analyzes business news and acts as an aggregator of top news stories from around the web. It also offers in-depth insight, data and analysis of the digital landscape, from e-commerce and payments to the Internet of Things and fintech. Business Insider was founded by Kevin Ryan and Henry Blodget in May 2007 and is based in New York, United States.

PebblePost, Inc.

Debt Financing in 2017
PebblePost is the leading digital-to-direct mail marketing platform. They capture online interest and intent data to send relevant direct mail that activates buying decisions at home and drives conversions everywhere. The company invented Programmatic Direct Mail to help brands convert more shoppers into buyers using advanced targeting, algorithmic optimization, attribution, and quantitative analysis. PebblePost is a venture-backed company based in New York.

RightFreight

Series A in 2000
RightFreight is the leading internet-based airfreight solutions provider. The Company's service offering includes everything needed to manage a shipment from origin to destination: a shipper's exchange, request-for-proposal (RFP) wizard, document center, export/import compliance check and a searchable transportation service provider database. Collectively, these services comprise an end-to-end logistics management solution that reduces transportation search costs, accelerates logistics decision-making and improves communication among all parties in a supply chain.

Collective Health

Series C in 2015
Collective Health gives companies a smarter alternative to traditional health insurance. Through a cloud-based, integrated health benefits platform, the company enables self-insured employers to get more out of their healthcare investment while taking better care of their people. Collective Health has seen exponential traction in the $1.2 trillion employer-sponsored insurance market -- its membership has grown by 500x in just three sales cycles. Currently, the company covers 70,000 employee and dependent lives across 15 employers; clients include Activision Blizzard, Crossfit, eBay, Palantir and Red Bull. For more information, visit https://www.collectivehealth.com.

Payfone

Seed Round in 2008
Payfone provides businesses with Identity Certainty - the ability to confirm that their customers are who they say they are to create easy, secure and frictionless experiences across PCs, mobile phones and tablets. They do for digital security what Uber does for hailing taxis and what Amazon does for online shopping. They make authenticating your customers easy for you and effortless for them. They're backed by leading banks, venture firms and wireless carriers, and are based in New York City.

Paxos Trust Company, LLC

Series C in 2020
Paxos is re-building the infrastructure of finance. Its mission is to move any assets anywhere, instantly – and therefore democratize access to a new, global, frictionless economy. The Company takes a two-pronged approach of establishing regulatory designations that give it access to the current financial infrastructure and the ability to develop innovative products. This allows Paxos to operate as a gateway between traditional finance and the digital future. Today, as the first regulated Trust company with blockchain expertise, Paxos is uniquely positioned to mobilize and custody assets digitally.

Giphy, Inc.

Series C in 2016
Giphy is an American online database and search engine that allows users to search, share, and discover the best GIFs. It operates a search engine that enables users to search, share, and discover animated graphics interchange formats (GIFs) on the Internet. Animated GIFs have existed for decades, but there was still no good way to browse and discover the best the web had to offer. And the vision for GIPHY isn’t really just about finding GIFs. It’s a search engine today but soon you’ll see it grow into a community, a platform with a host of features targeted at gif artists, enthusiasts, bloggers, and anyone generally looking to discover or create that next big meme. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in New York, United States.

imgix

Series A in 2013
imgix is a provider of on-demand image processing for websites and mobile apps. imgix’s API gives developers the power to perform image transformations at scale -- from simple crops and compression down to complex things like changing color profiles and adding watermarks -- in real-time before an image is served. This means images load faster and look better on every screen while saving bandwidth and storage space. imgix is venture-backed, with about $10 million in investment, and was launched through the famed Y Combinator accelerator program. Its customers include Dropbox, Reddit, Lyft, Kickstarter, Coursera, Bonobos, The Guardian, Brit + Co., Bustle, and many others.

Artivest Holdings, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Artivest offers a digital platform for private investment managers and investors. Artivest connect a wider audience of suitable investors with investment opportunities in top-quality private equity and hedge funds that are typically available only at institutional minimum investment sizes. Our technological, financial, and operational expertise powers a seamless experience for individual investors and a scalable point of access for financial advisors and fund managers.

Paxos Trust Company, LLC

Series C in 2020
Paxos is re-building the infrastructure of finance. Its mission is to move any assets anywhere, instantly – and therefore democratize access to a new, global, frictionless economy. The Company takes a two-pronged approach of establishing regulatory designations that give it access to the current financial infrastructure and the ability to develop innovative products. This allows Paxos to operate as a gateway between traditional finance and the digital future. Today, as the first regulated Trust company with blockchain expertise, Paxos is uniquely positioned to mobilize and custody assets digitally.

ReAlpha

Seed Round in 2022
ReAlpha develops a real estate platform that uses machine learning to help in making real estate investment decisions. The company was founded by Sourav Goswami, Joseph Lee, and Pulkit Jaiswal in 2021 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

Bread

Series A in 2015
Bread partners with retailers to offer pay-over-time solutions that make financing easier and more transparent. The company uses technology to advance consumer-friendly credit by improving access, transparency, ease-of-use, and cost. Their products help their merchant partners to grow sales by making their products accessible to more consumers. Bread was founded in 2014 and is based in New York, NY.

Nodejitsu

Seed Round in 2012
Nodejitsu is a cloud computing company that offers a node.js platform as a service (PaaS) solution. Its PaaS solution helps users build private clouds to support their data intensive, real-time deployments. Nodejitsu was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, United States.

OpenPeak

Series C in 2007
OpenPeak is a mobility technology provider that designs end-to-end managed systems and solutions that enable enterprises, SMBs, and education, healthcare, and service providers to provision and manage their customer’s mobile devices and applications remotely. Its Advanced Device and Application Management (ADAM™) mobility management suite is comprised of three core components: SANCTION™, SECTOR™, and OPENSHOP™. Each component can be deployed individually to complement pre-existing device and network management configurations, or together as a complete end-to-end Device, Application, and Profile Management solution.

drop.io

Series A in 2007
Drop.io was a platform for simple private exchange. It enabled users to create simple private exchange points called "drops" which could be generated in as little as two clicks. Each drop could be accessed via the web, email, phone, fax, and widgets. The service had no email signup and no "accounts." Each drop was private and only as accessible as users chose to make them. Users could create multiple drops, add any type of media, and share or subscribe as they wanted through email and RSS. 100MB of storage was provided for free and tiered storage was provided at cost up to 25GB. In 2010, drop.io was [acquired by Facebook](http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/29/facebook-acquires-drop-io-nabs-sam-lessin/).

Mintera

Series B in 2006
Mintera Corporation develops and markets high speed optical transmission systems. It offers MI 40000XS that provides a transport subsystem for carriers, enterprises, educational institutions, and government agencies. The company also provides fiber-optic transport systems that enable deployment of optical transport in metro-core, regional, long-haul, and ultra long-haul networks. Mintera Corporation was founded in 2000 and is based in Acton, Massachusetts.

Visiprise

Series B in 2005
Visiprise, Inc. provides manufacturing planning, execution, and quality management solutions, services, and support to manufacturers for integrated manufacturing operations. Its manufacturing planning solution plans and defines the manufacturing and assembly process for the machining and fabrication of parts, subassemblies, final assemblies, and tooling. The company’s manufacturing execution solution manages and controls the shop floor and production/operation processes, and integrates business systems to the shop floor; and quality management solution provides closed-loop quality management, nonconformance, and corrective/preventative action features. It provides professional services, including premium project management, training and education, product consulting, and technology; technical services; and educational services. The company serves manufacturers in electronics, aerospace, defense, automotive, specialty vehicles, high tech, and medical devices industries. Visiprise, Inc. has strategic partnerships with SAP and DELMIA. The company was formerly known as NetVendor. Visiprise, Inc. was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia. The company has operations in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America.

Highrise

Seed Round in 2018
Highrise is a creative mobile community where people create avatars, express themselves, and make friends. Its platform includes built-in user-generated avatars that let its users engage in real-time virtual chats, read reviews, surf across the latest news feed and keep in touch with their friends to customize and self-designed games, enabling users to make new friends, host real-time games and create fun contents for publicizing. It was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

NodeSource

Series A in 2016
NodeSource is The Node.js Company™. We are a technology company delivering enterprise-grade tools and software targeting the unique needs of running server-side JavaScript at scale.

Cyota

Venture Round in 2002
Cyota was a leading player in the anti-fraud space, specializing in financial institutions. It specialized in fraud related to the Internet, such as online banking fraud, eCommerce fraud and phishing. Cyota was acquired by RSA Security (NASDAQ:RSAS) i Cyota is the leading player in the anti-fraud space, specializing in financial institutions. It specializes in fraud related to the Internet, such as online banking fraud, eCommerce fraud and phishing. Cyota was acquired by RSA Security, Inc (NASDAQ: RSAS) for $145M (US) in 2005 (RSA was subsequently acquired by EMC Inc (NYSE: EMC))

Notara

Series C in 1999
Notara develops software applications that automate the marketing process, such as tracking the changes to advertising and promotional campaigns with the agencies involved. The software sends the changes to the appropriate person to sign off the changes, before it moves to the next level for approval.

Productopia

Series B in 2000
Productopia provides unbiased online product advice and product reviews for consumers.

NetVendor

Series C in 2000
Founded in 1996 as a provider of business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce consulting services, in 1999 NetVendor emerged as the leading provider of Internet software and services for manufacturers and distributors who want to improve existing sales channels and reach new markets online. NetVendor’s solutions help companies effectively automate and manage complex product sales, service and distribution channels over the Internet, enabling them to engage in collaborative B2B e-commerce with their trading partners and gain access to leading net markets to reach more customers than ever before.

Pickle Robots

Series A in 2019
Pickle Robots is a low cost, collaborative package handling robot that automates several key tasks along the e-commerce supply chain. Package handling is a physically demanding job with extremely high rates of turnover. The rising costs of shipping, comprised of 2/3rds labor, have become a major bottleneck to continued growth in e-commerce. Dill is the first robot from the Pickle Robot Company. It works multiple shifts, communicates with its human collaborators, and is rapidly developing new skills in handling e-commerce parcels: such as loading/unloading of feeder trucks, palletizing/depalletizing, and preloading of last mile delivery vans, trucks, and parcel cars.

HuffPost

Venture Round in 2010
The Huffington Post is an online news provider and blog that offers coverage of U.S. politics, entertainment, style, world news, technology, and comedy. It is comprised of 80,000 bloggers and 126 million monthly visitors. In 2012, The Huffington Post became the first commercially run United States digital media enterprise to win a Pulitzer Prize. It was launched in 2005 and is based in New York, N.Y.

Ubiquitilink

Seed Round in 2018
Lynk is a mobile connectivity company that allows to partner with mobile network operators to connect existing mobile phone customers to each other, anywhere on the planet. It aims to provide broadband connectivity directly to ordinary mobile phones. Lynk was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia.

BarkBox

Seed Round in 2012
Bark & Co is the handiwork of Matt Meeker, Henrik Werdelin and Carly Strife. Brought together by their love of all things canine, these three launched Bark & Co’s first product, BarkBox, with little thought as to how popular it was going to be. BarkBox is a subscription e-commerce and content company for dog-lovers. As BarkBox grew, so did their understanding of the loyal dog parents that loved their monthly box of goodies. The success of the box led to the creation of Bark & Co, a company that is dedicated to building products that foster the health and happiness of dogs everywhere.

Massive

Series B in 2004
Massive has developed a leading video game network for in-game advertising. The company was acquired by Microsoft in May 2006.

Novo

Seed Round in 2019
Novo is a modern banking platform that gives business owners the technology they need while getting partner banks the customers they want. Backed by a network of FDIC-insured community banks, Novo extends its banking products directly to consumers with a focus on transparency and user experience. Initially, Novo-branded banking products will be launching in the depository space and expanding to more profitable segments in 2018.

Olo Inc.

Series B in 2013
Olo Inc. provides managed Software-as-a-Service platform for multi-unit restaurants of various locations. It provides digital ordering for multi-location restaurants through online and mobile ordering applications. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, New York. As of November 16, 2020, Olo Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Kin Slips.

Bitly

Series C in 2012
Bitly is a link management platform that helps brands deliver and measure their marketing efforts across all channels. Through branded bitlinks, mobile deep linking, and omnichannel campaign tracking, the platform offers a complete marketing solution to drive customer experiences. Using HTTP 301 redirects for its links, companies can use their own custom domains to generate shortened links. This allows the company to push brand awareness on services such as Twitter but use the Bitly engine to generate the shortened URLs and track marketing metrics. Bitly was launched in July 2008 and is based in New York, United States with additional offices in San Francisco and Denver.

Payfone

Series A in 2008
Payfone provides businesses with Identity Certainty - the ability to confirm that their customers are who they say they are to create easy, secure and frictionless experiences across PCs, mobile phones and tablets. They do for digital security what Uber does for hailing taxis and what Amazon does for online shopping. They make authenticating your customers easy for you and effortless for them. They're backed by leading banks, venture firms and wireless carriers, and are based in New York City.

YipitData

Series A in 2010
YipitData is the on-demand, 100+ person data team for hundreds of the largest hedge funds, mutual funds, pension funds, private equity funds, family offices, sovereign wealth funds, and venture capital funds in the world. The company's platform uses proprietary systems and methodologies to collect terabytes of public data every day that enable granular and accurate analyses of the business performance, strategic initiatives, and competitive market dynamics, enabling institutional investors to make better investment decisions.

Stockback

Venture Round in 2000
Stockback provides the first ever "consumer stock ownership" program. It enables average US consumers to tap into the savings potential offered by mutual funds by removing traditional barriers such as minimum balance requirements, excessive fees or load balance. The company was co-founded by Robert Feidelson, Timothy Parrott and Eric Peters, and is led by a seasoned senior management team. Stockback received initial investments from Ernst & Young and has partnered with leading companies, such as Sun/iplanet, Oracle, BEA/Web Logic and VEI.

OpenEnvoy

Series A in 2023
Invoice reconciliation for overworked finance teams. OpenEnvoy audits every invoice for duplicate billings, excess charges, and supplier fraud and has audited over $2 billion in spend to-date through automation.

OnDeck Canada

Series E in 2014
OnDeck launched in Australia in 2015 to solve a major issue facing small businesses: efficient access to capital. They use cutting-edge technology to evaluate businesses based on their actual performance, not solely business owners’ personal credit scores. Ultimately, this makes it possible for us to responsibly expand access to credit. As a result, businesses are able to spend their time where it provides the most benefit—on their customers and on growing, rather than looking for a small business loan.

PartnerStack Canada Inc.

Series A in 2019
PartnerStack Canada Inc. develops a platform, which enables companies to build and manage partner channel marketing programs. The platform allows supporting all of the channels including advocates, affiliates, ambassadors, resellers, and referral partnerships. Its features includes referral links, custom company page, automated email campaigns, dashboard and analytics, customer map tracking, and auto-generated partner profiles. PartnerStack Canada Inc. was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.