These highly respected venture capital organizations have invested in Syncsort and its vision to remain at the forefront of innovation for data integration and data protection software solutions.
Insight Venture Partners has raised over three billion dollars in leading software, technology, and Internet services companies. Founded in 1995, Insight Venture Partners has earned a reputation for providing the strategic advice and hands-on execution to create long-term value for stakeholders. In turn, portfolio companies benefit from Insight’s extensive experience to forge strong industry partnerships and dramatically expand through acquisitions, buy-outs, and increased investment.
Some of Insight’s portfolio companies include Twitter, Acronis, Symark, Parallels, Metalogix, and Platespin. For additional information, visit the firm's website at www.insightpartners.com.
Bessemer Venture Partners carries on one of the longest-standing private venture capital operations in the United States. With more than two billion dollars under management, Bessemer Venture Partners has nearly a century's experience of helping to build innovative, high-growth companies. Many leading innovators, including Bladelogic, SMARTS, Vertica, VeriSign, Endeca, Storwize, Staples, Veritas, and Gartner, selected BVP as their early-stage venture partner. BVP has offices in California, Massachusetts, and New York.
For more information, please visit the Bessemer Venture Partners website at www.bvp.com.
Aso O. Tavitian, a co-founder of Syncsort, was its CEO from 1975 until April of 2008 when the company was recapitalized by Insight Venture Partners. As one of the first software companies to emerge after IBM's unbundling of software in the late 1960s, Syncsort played a pivotal role in the original developmental stages of the software industry. While overseeing Syncsort's early growth, Aso provided direction for all aspects of operations including Engineering, Marketing, and Sales.
Goldman Sachs is a leading global banking, securities, and investment management firm that provides a wide range of services worldwide to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments, and high net worth individuals. Founded in 1869, Goldman Sachs has fostered the growth of its technology industry investments for over 20 years. Some of Goldman Sachs’ most successful technology investments include Sungard, Seagate, VMware, and Sanyo.
The firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and other major financial centers around the world. For more information, please visit Goldman Sachs’ website at www2.goldmansachs.com.
Georgian Partners is a growth equity firm investing in expansion and later-stage enterprise software and information aggregation companies. Founded by successful entrepreneurs and technology executives, Georgian Partners leverages global software expertise to directly impact the success of companies. For more information, please visit the Georgian Partners website at www.georgianpartners.com.