Ignition Partners

Ignition Partners

Ignition Partners is a venture capital firm investing in early-stage enterprise software companies.

Founded in 2000, Ignition Partners is a venture capital firm headquartered in Bellevue, Washington with an additional office in Los Altos, California. The firm seeks to invest in the software, communications, and technology sectors.

Ignition is a venture capital firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs seize opportunity. Ignition Partners has over $2 billion in funds under management.

Investment

Ignition Partners' investments include Acalvio, Amplero, Crowd AI, Intelage, Jupiter, Tractable, Shyft, Tempered Networks and The Studio.

Their exited investments include Bill.com, Apptio, Accompany, Blue Data, Cloudera, DataSphere, Cloudmark, Bromium, DocuSign, Parse, Scout Analytics, Splunk, Solidcore and FireApps.

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Funded Companies

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Cloudera

Cloudera is a business enterprise founded by Christophe Bisciglia, Jeff Hammerbacher and Amr Awadallah.

Moz is a company developing and providing inbound marketing analytics software.

A technology company that has made enterprise software that is an integration platform. It was founded in 2009 and is located in San Mateo, California.

Artificial intelligence to help perform visual tasks with more speed, accuracy, and scale

Jobster is a Seattle-based company.

WePay is a payment provider company serving online platforms. It participated in the S09 cohort of Y Combinator.

Splunk is a San Francisco-based company that produces software for data analysis.

PagerDuty is company providing an operations performance platform for small, mid-size and enterprise. It participated in the S10 cohort of Y Combinator.

Swiftype is a company building search software for enterprises, websites and applications. It participated in the W12 cohort of Y Combinator.

Heroku provides a multi-language cloud application platform enabling developers to deploy, scale and manage their applications.

Bromium is a Cupertino, California-based security company founded by Simon Crosby.

SEVEN Networks is a San Carlos, California-based software company founded by Trevor Fiatal.

Hipmunk provides a travel search and booking platform. It participated in the S10 cohort of Y Combinator.

Vastrm is a company enabling users to purchase custom tailored shirts.

Zencoder is a company providing a web-based video encoding SaaS for converting any video into web and mobile-compatible formats. It participated in the W10 cohort of Y Combinator.

Also known as MinoMonsters, Mino Games is a company developing mobile games. It participated in the W11 cohort of Y Combinator.

American technology company, and its android emulator for windows and mac

Accompany is a Los Altos, California-based company.

Parse is a company providing cloud-based software developer kits for building applications for desktop, mobile and embedded devices. It participated in the S11 cohort of Y Combinator.

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People

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Role
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Bob Kelly

Managing Partner

Cameron Borumand

Principal

Cameron Myhrvold

Founding Partner

Debbie Cordova

Executive Assistant

Eric Fleischman

Employee

Frank Artale

Employee

Jill Calvo

Finance Coordinator

Jim DuBois

Venture Advisor

John Connors

Managing Partner

Jonathan Katzman

Employee

Kaori Rupnow

Executive Assistant and Office Manager

Kellan Carter

Partner

Kenji Kawasaki

Fund Tax Manager

Kim Sather

Controller

Laurel Brakus

Executive Assistant, Operations

Magdalene Teo

Senior Manager, International Fund Accounting

Martin Tobias

Advisor

Michelle Jacobson Goldberg

Employee

Molly Goudy

Finance Manager

Nick Sturiale

Managing Partner

Preeti Rathi

Partner

Rachel Chalmers

Employee

Robert Headley

Partner

Satbir Khanuja

Venture Advisor

Scott Coleman

Partner

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