AeroScout – Active WiFi RFID tags and location engine technology deployed to dramatically improve asset management is Health-Care and Manufacturing.
Layered Media – Video teleconferencing at a breakthrough price performance.
Phynomics – Revenue Cycle management services for Health-Care Providers.
FineGrain Networks – SOA Fabric technology
TruLogica Software – Enterprise Identity Management Software, Funded in 2003 by Sevin-Rosen Funds and Vortex Ventures. Sold to HP in 14 months with 10 X return.
Tonic Software – Pioneer in Web Application Management funded by Sevin-Rosen Funds and Bank of America Ventures. Sold to Altiris in 2005.
Teleplan – Assisting the company in strategic acquisitions in Latin America, and the US.
Cyclix Engineering – Sold to Teleplan in 2001. ($11MM)
AirWave Wireless – A WiFi network management company funded by idealab and Ignition Partners. (Private)
iService.com – A startup B2B ASP for the Service Logistics industry.
PC Service Source (PCSS) – A Service Logistics outsourcing company that specializes in parts distribution and depot repair of PC, network and communication products. Eureka Ventures purchased PC Service Source in 1994 and grew the Company from $20 million to revenues of $150 million in 1998.
ComputerCity – A $2 billion computer retailer, subsidiary of Tandy corporation, with 100 computer superstores in the US and Canada. In 1997 EV bought an equity stake of 40%. ComputerCity was sold to CompUSA in 1998. ($200MM)
Intellis – An internet software development company. Sold to ComputerCity in 1997.
TeKnowlogy Learning centers – A training company developing and certifying technology resources in operations and network management. EV acquired Teknowlogy in 1994 and grew it from $1MM to $30MM in revenue combining M&A and internal growth. Teknowlogy was sold to Knowledge Universe in 1997. ($20MM)