Matrix Partners

Matrix Partners

Matrix Partners is a venture capital firm investing in companies developing B2B, infrastructure and consumer technology.

Matrix Partners is a venture capital firm headquartered in San Francisco, California. In the United States, the firm also operates from Palo Alto, California, and Boston, Massachusetts. Matrix Partners also has operations in India and China. The firm was established in 1977 by Paul J. Ferri. Matrix Partners funds companies at the early stage of development and operating in the technology sectors, such as enterprise software, financial tech, and e-commerce sectors.

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Symantec is a Mountain View, California-based cybersecurity company providing security, storage, and systems management solutions for consumers and enterprises.

An online shopping website based in the United States selling clothing and home decor.

Lever is an Applicant Tracking System which recruiters and hiring managers can use to track their candidates. The company participated in the S12 cohort of Y Combinator.

Canva is a company operating as an online graphic design platform. It provides users with a drag-and-drop design tool and a library of stock photographs, graphic elements and fonts.

Networking vendor selling enterprise wireless lan and edge access networking equipment.

Postmates is a logistics company operating a network of couriers for local goods delivery.

Fivetran is a California based data software company that helps analysts use cloud data warehouses to store and access their data.

A financial technology company providing payments solutions that allow businesses to accept, process and disburse payments.

A company providing a translation as a service platform allowing enterprises to understand and be understood by their customers. It participated in the W14 cohort of Y Combinator.

A technology company offering a platform for renting properties.

Bugsnag is an error monitoring platform for mobile, server, and browser applications based in San Francisco.

An American virtual reality technology company.

A manufacturing company that has invented a new 3D printing process to build parts with the strength of Continuous Carbon Fiber.

A for-profit maker of virtualization software, acquired by emc corporation in 2004

Earnin is a Palo Alto, California-based mobile banking company giving users access to their pay directly from mobile application.

Digium is an Huntsville, Alabama-based company founded by Mark Spencer.

A software company making human resource management software for small and medium sized businesses.

Taulia is a San Francisco-based company founded by Bertram Meyer, Philip Stehlik, Markus Ament and Martin Quensel.

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People

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Abby Bristol

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Antonio Rodriguez

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Avi Algaly

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Chris Kelly

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Dana Stalder

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David Skok

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Gary Tauss

Investor

Josh Hannah

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Laura Wilkens

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Lya Gilmore

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Marc Wang

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Mickey Perlstein

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Nick Beim

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Rajinder Balaraman

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Rishi Taparia

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Stan Reiss

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Yuvraj Malik
June 2, 2020
@bsindia
Mohit Sharma started Oye! Rickshaw in 2017, when the market for electric three-wheelers had just begun to take off
Press Trust of India
March 8, 2020
@bsindia
The Ola-backed company, which operates in Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Mysore, is also betting on electric mobility and aims to have 20 per cent of its fleet as EVs
M Sriram
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DealStreetAsia
Existing investors--Sequoia, Matrix Partners and Saama Capital--are likely to participate in its latest round.
Ron Miller
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TechCrunch
Fivetran, a startup that builds automated data pipelines between data repositories and cloud data warehouses and analytics tools, announced a $15 million Series A investment led by Matrix Partners. Fivetran helps move data from source repositories like Salesforce and NetSuite to data warehouses lik...

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