PORTFOLIO OUR COMPANIES

We are committed to helping our portfolio companies achieve their maximum potential. We value our relationship with our companies, not only because of the potential for generating investor returns, but also because of the energy and enjoyment we derive from working with entrepreneurs.

EnerNOC — IPO on NASDAQ: ENOC (2007)

EnerNOC (Nasdaq ENOC) came to Cambridge Innovation Center in the midst of a fund raising tour of more than 30 venture funds and angel groups in the fall of 2002. The two founders, Tim Healy and David Brewster, were looking for a few million dollars to take advantage of a deregulated New England electricity market. EnerNOC’s i…

Boston, MA

GlobalLogic — Acquired by Apax Partners

Globallogic helps global software companies build their products faster and more economically by distributing the development work to global teams in lower-cost locations with abundant technical talent. Globallogic works with companies of all sizes in different arrangements that range from projects to a complete outsourcing of…

Vienna, VA

Massive, Inc. — acquired by Microsoft (2006)

Massive pioneered the in-video advertising market. As game consoles began to connect to the internet in sufficient numbers in 2003, and video game revenues exceeded Hollywood revenues for the first time, the games became a medium for real-time digital advertising to a valuable, captive audience. Massive built the largest netw…

New York, NY

Mobile 365 — acquired by Sybase (2006)

Mobile365 enabled the first mobile data service (text messaging) in the US. We noticed in 2000 that text messaging was growing fast as a service in Europe and Asia, but had been lagging in the US. At the time, a US mobile phone could message another phone in the same carrier, but messages would not travel across carriers. Dif…