Investors in Business Intelligence

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Insight Venture Partners

Insight Partners is the most trusted scale-up firm in the software industry. Their team of industry-leading experts partner with companies to drive extraordinary success that is fueled by know-how, grit, and hands-on collaboration. Founded in 1995, Insight currently has over $20 billion of assets under management and has cumulatively invested in more than 300 companies worldwide. Across their people and their portfolio, they encourage a culture around a core belief: growth equals opportunity.
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Made 32 investments in Business Intelligence

Sequoia Capital

Sequoia Capital Global Equities extends Sequoia Capital’s technology investing efforts into the public markets. SCGE currently manages over $7 billion and invests in companies across the global technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) sectors, primarily focusing on software, internet, financial technology, and technology-enabled consumer businesses. The firm’s portfolio consists of concentrated, long-term investments in leading companies across the world. While the majority of the portfolio is comprised of public companies, SCGE also partners with entrepreneurs through late-stage private crossover investments, often investing alongside Sequoia Growth funds. The firm’s private portfolio includes emerging leaders in the United States, China, India, Brazil, Korea, and Israel. As these private companies become public, SCGE grows the partnership with additional investments at the IPO and beyond.
MP
+71
Made 48 investments in Business Intelligence

Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania

We’re (not just) investors. We’re (more than) advisors. We’re (beyond) connectors. Ben Franklin Technology Partners combines the best practices of early stage investing with a higher purpose – to lead the region’s technology community to new heights, creating jobs and transforming lives. For over 30 years, Ben has been the leading seed stage capital provider for the region’s technology sectors, investing over $170 million in more than 1,750 regional technology companies, many of which have gone on to become industry leaders. Ben Franklin has also launched university/industry partnerships that accelerate scientific discoveries to commercialization, and has seeded regional initiatives that strengthen our entrepreneurial community.
CS
+24
Made 6 investments in Business Intelligence

Techstars

The Techstars Dubai Accelerator in partnership with GINCO is expanding Techstars’ presence in the Middle East. GINCO is a full service general contracting firm, covering the full lifecycle of the construction process from concept to execution and supervision. Dubai is known for their leadership in technology innovation. Pioneering entrepreneurs leading innovative companies solving challenges in transportation, construction, wellness, IoT, robotics, & beyond should apply, no matter your location.
+11
Made 44 investments in Business Intelligence

Battery Ventures

Battery Ventures is a private equity and venture capital investment firm specializing in seed, start-up, early and late stage ventures, leveraged buy-outs, acquisitions, growth equity, PIPES, spin-outs, roll-ups, later stage, take private transactions, mid-market buyouts, special situations, expansion deals, secondary transactions, and distressed situations. The firm seeks to invest in companies of all stages. The firm specializes in equity and debt investments in technology driven companies. It primarily invests in the following sectors: web infrastructure; e-commerce; internet; internet applications; digital marketing technologies; social applications; mobile applications and services; healthcare information technology; mobile development platforms; consumer internet; digital media; information and data services; software as a service; healthcare; content management and monetization; data collection and analysis technologies; enterprise software; enterprise IT; green IT; analytics; interactive multiplayer gaming; next generation financial products and transaction systems; IT infrastructure; online marketplaces, social media, network monitoring and management, mobile data, data centers, wired/wireless service providers, media, financial services and technologies; marketing services; technology enabled businesses and services; process control automation; specialty retail; media; education; clean technology; fintech, communications infrastructure; analytical instrumentation for laboratory applications; advanced technology; security; communication services; and infrastructure technologies focusing in the areas of big data, cloud computing infrastructure, open source, data center management, networking including networking for virtualized and cloud environment, virtualization, storage, disaster recovery, and semiconductors. For private equity investments, the firm focuses on companies operating in cleantech, software; financial services; technology enabled businesses; IT services and outsourcing; communications components, systems, and services; and industrial technology sectors. It also invests in, cable infrastructure; network and wireless infrastructure; security software and services; computing and storage infrastructure; application software; e-commerce products and services and retail; consumer technology; energy; and materials industries. The firm seeks to invest in companies globally and specifically based in United States; Canada; China; Europe; North America; India (focused on the, consumer finance; consumer internet; mobile; software; technology enabled services; BPO / ITES; components, infrastructure and communications services; and clean technology sectors); and Israel (focused on the, advanced materials and clean technology; communications services and infrastructure; financial services and technology enabled businesses; and semiconductors and components sectors). It seeks to make investments globally. It primarily invests between $5 million and $50 million over the life of the investment and has the ability to invest up to $100 million. The firm invests between $0.05 million and $50 million in seed and early stage investments or more in late stage or expansion investments. In case of private equity and buyout investments the firm can invest over $100 million equity in companies with revenues between $5 million and $200 million with an EBITDA from negative to $25 million. In case of investments in India, the firm invests $1 million to $10 million in early stage investments and between $20 million and $100 million in growth stage investments. It primarily acts as the lead institutional investor in its investments and also syndicates investments. The firm seeks to take board membership in its portfolio companies. It usually takes a minority or majority stake in its companies. It also invests private equity in undervalued companies. The firm invests about 20 percent of its funds to private equity. Battery Ventures was founded in 1983 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts with additional offices in Boston, Menlo Park, California; Herzliya, Israel; London, United Kingdom; Mumbai, India; New York City, New York and San Francisco, California.
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Made 41 investments in Business Intelligence

Ulu Ventures

Ulu Ventures provides early-stage investments to enterprise cloud and smart data companies. The seed-stage venture firm focused primarily on enterprise IT, Ulu focuses on the market opportunity created by the Stanford and Silicon Valley communities. It seeks to generate financial results using a disciplined, repeatable decision-making process that analyzes risk-reward trade-offs. Ulu also follows the logical principles of portfolio construction. This approach makes the firm conventional in the world of institutional investors but contrarian as compared to other VCs. In 2018, Clint Korver and Miriam Rivera established the firm in Palo Alto, California.
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Made 3 investments in Business Intelligence

Rockstart

A Rockstart Accelerator is an intensive startup program that helps entrepreneurs take their companies from early traction to the global market in 6 months. It provides investment, office space, highly specialized knowledge, and access to a broad network of international mentors, partners and investors. During this program, the startups enroll in 30+ workshops on Lean Startup, Growth Strategies, Fundraising, Sales, PR & Marketing, Team & Personal development, Legal & Finance and more. After 100 days the entrepreneurs present their companies to investors, partners, entrepreneurs and industry journalists in Demo Day. Finally, in a month-long program in Silicon Valley startups expand their international network and learn from the world’s leading tech scene.
KG
+6
Made 5 investments in Business Intelligence

Pelion Venture Partners

Since 1986, Pelion Venture Partners has been helping entrepreneurs turn early-stage concepts into tomorrow's industry-leading companies. Pelion invests in early-stage B2B software across the US. With 7 investment team members, Pelion has deep and diverse industry and investment experience. They are hands-on in their approach and work collaboratively with each portfolio company.
SD
RD
+14
Made 13 investments in Business Intelligence

Salesforce

Salesforce Ventures is the venture capital arm of salesforce.com, inc. specializing in startups, co-investments, and late venture investments in companies that are raising an institutional round of financing. The firm seeks to invest in artificial Intelligence, cloud computing, enterprise technology, mobile technology and mobile enterprise companies creating apps for mobile phones including programs that work on the Salesforce1 mobile platform, listed on the firm’s app exchange, machine learning and intelligence, verticals, internet of things, and wearable smart devices and connected products. It prefers not to lead deals. Salesforce Ventures is based in San Francisco, California.
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Made 22 investments in Business Intelligence

DFJ

DFJ began in 1985 with a focus on early-stage companies. Tim Draper, a third-generation VC with a passion for technology and unconventional thinking, teamed with John Fisher, a former colleague of Draper's, known for his deep enterprise and tech finance experience. Together they shaped the firm's foundational philosophy of investing in people first. One of their first recruits was co-founder Steve Jurvetson. Together they went on to invest in break out companies like Baidu, Hotmail, and Skype. A decade ago, they added their Growth team dedicated to late-stage investing. Today, they have two teams investing two funds. Their Venture team works with founders in the early phases of company building. Their Growth team partners with companies entering hyper-growth mode. DFJ has backed 27 companies that have each achieved more than $1 billion in realized value through an initial public offering or acquisition.
JK
+19
Made 21 investments in Business Intelligence
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