Alex Eckleberry
The company you keep.
I have been fortunate to have been involved in some great companies, as an executive, adviser, board member or investor (my venture capital investments were made while at Bulldog Capital Management, now part of Monitor).

There's history behind many of these. Have a tale to share about one of them? Feel free to drop me a line.

So here's most of them, in no particular order.



YouCentric was one of the first web-based CRM platforms, and was acquired by JD Edwards (now Oracle).
(Venture investor.)


Vina developed broadband access communications equipment and was acquired by Larscom/Verilink)
(Venture investor.)


Acta made next-generation data extraction to aggregate ERP data, and was acquired by Business  Objects (now SAP).
 (Venture investor.)


Vitalstream was a platform for hosting large digital media events, and was acquired by Internap.
(Venture investor, board member.) 


Quarterdeck was a well-known developer of PC utilities, and had a number of successful spin-offs, including WebEx. The company was acquired by Symantec.
(Member of the senior
management team.)


Borland was a breakthrough languages company, and where I stated my career in 1987. Borland is now part of  Micro Focus.
(Channel development.)


T.Sqware was an early leader in the DSL equipment space. The company was acquired by Globespan (now Conexant)
(Venture investor.)


Cybermedia was a leading PC tools company in the mid-90s, and after a successful IPO, was acquired by McAfee.
(Adviser.)


Vendio provides multi-channel e-commerce solutions for business.
(Venture investor.)
Condusiv Technologies logo 
Condusiv develops server optimization software, including  the well-known DiskKeeper line.
(Adviser.)



Achex was an early pioneer in using the ACH system to deliver money through the internet. The company was acquired by First Data.
(Venture investor.)


Mijenix developed next-generation tools for Windows. After very rapid growth, the company was acquired by Ontrack.
(Founding member of the senior
management team.)


InfoMarkets was the first "question and answer" platform (think Quora) Way ahead of its time. 
(Venture investor.)

Radiant Logic | Federated Identity Service Based on Virtualization

Radiant Logic is a leader in identity management.
(Institutional investor.)



Survey.com produced custom research for a broad range of clients.
(Venture investor.)


MessageClick was one of the first unified messaging companies, and was acquired by Verso Technologies.
(Venture investor.)  


First Internet Bank is one of the early internet banks, continues to flourish.
(Venture investor.)


Aerie was a pioneer in using railroad access to deliver high-speed internet access throughout the US.
(Venture investor.)


Verso was a publicly-held holding company for a variety of technologies.
(Institutional investor.)


Webalo is a leader in connecting enterprise data to mobile devices.
(Venture investor.)


NewChannel produced live-chat sofware and was acquired by LivePerson.
(Venture investor.)


Pro2Net provided B2B marketing services, and was acquired by KeepSmart.
(Venture investor.)


Online Retail Partners was an e-commerce software platform for brick-and-motar retailers.
(Venture investor.)


An early developer of wish list/shopping list software.
(Venture investor.)
zero vulnerability labs

ZeroVulnerabilityLabs produced ExploitShield and was acquireed  Malwarebytes.
(Advisor.)


Bulldog Capital Management was a technology crossover investment fund, with peak assets of $1.4 billion. The firm was acquired by Monitor.
(Managing Director.)


Fortress Technologies developed secure wireless technology for the military. The company was acquired by General Dynamics.
(Advisor.)


Sunbelt Software was a successful enterprise security software company, and was acquired by GFI Software and subsequently spun-out as a new entity, ThreatTrack Security.
(CEO.)


GFI is a developer of a broad range of IT systems management solutions. (Member of the senior management team.)
BlueStripe Software

(Acquired by Microsoft.) BlueStripe makes enterprise Application Performance Management (APM) software.
(Board Member.)
 
Runaware 
Runaware is a SaaS-based solution to web-enable leagacy apps.
(Chairman.)

Ontrack Data is the leading company in the data recovery space. 
(Executive.)
Runaware 
 
StopBadware, originally a joint effort between Google and the Berkman Center at Harvard, is key  clearinghouse for web security information. (Board member.)


Malwawrebytes

MalwareBytes is the #1 solution for consumer and enterprise malware remediation, with over 350 million installations.
(Board member.)
Beyond TV

BeyondTv (Hotel Internet Services) liberates travelers by allowing them to connect their own devices to hotel systems.
(Advisor.)

vmray


Vmray GMBH is a third-generation malware analysis tool.
(Advisor.)

Questia

Cengage Learning is a leading educational content, technology, and services company for the higher education and K–12, professional and library markets worldwide.  
(Venture investor.)

Meros

Meros is a full-stack company dedicated to DevOps. Our first product is DeployDock.
(Co-Founder and CEO)


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