Integral Capital Partners is a venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California. The firm manages a family of technology centric crossover funds which seek capital appreciation from investing in the securities of information technology and life sciences companies across their corporate life cycles.
Integral Capital Partners was founded in 1991 by T. Rowe Price alumns Roger B. McNamee and John A. Powell, together with the venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, to invest in expansion stage private companies and growth stage public companies in the information technology and life sciences industries. Integral pioneered the concept of "crossover" or "lifecycle investing" which has been the driving force behind our investment process for the past twenty years. In 1999, Integral Capital Partners co-founded Silver Lake Partners, a multi-billion dollar private equity fund focused on large scale, control oriented transactions in technology and related growth businesses.
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