Avery More has founded and guided start-ups, managed publicly traded corporations and led mergers, acquisitions and IPOs for over 20 companies during the past 28 years.
As founder and managing partner for Eureka Ventures, a Dallas, Texas-based Executive VC company, More has taken an active management role with numerous technology companies, including TruLogica Software, Tonic Software, AirWave Wireless, iService.com, PC Service Source, ComputerCity, Intellis and TeKnowlogy Learning Centers.
In these investment More invested and worked closely with leading US based VCs like Sevin Rosen Funds, Bank of America Ventures, Intel Capital, Dell Ventures, Idea lab!, Ignition Partners and Israeli VCs like Star, Formula, Vertex, Pitango, Evergreen.
Prior to founding Eureka Ventures, More was the founder, president and CEO of CompuCom Systems, a leading PC dealer and network integration company. Under his leadership, CompuCom posted 20 consecutive profitable quarters. Market capitalization and revenues grew to over $1 billion in 1993. Simultaneously with his tenure at CompuCom, More served on several Safeguard Scientific portfolio companies boards.
Public Companies board service included ComputerCraft, Rabbit Software, CompuCom Systems, PC Service Source and Micrografx software.
Electrical Engineering, Technion - Haifa, Israel
G eneral Partner
Mr. Tenenhaus is a Managing Partner in Eureka Ventures and currently serves as the President and CEO of Phynomics.
Past Eureka Ventures project involvements include:
President and CEO of Cyclix.
Sr. VP and CIO of Computer City.
President and CEO of Teknowlogy.
Prior to founding Eureka Ventures MR. Tenenhaus was Sr. VP and CIO of CompuCom systems (CMPC), a leading network integrator.
Mr. Tenenhaus served in an elite unit of the Intelligence Service in the Israeli Defense Force. MR. Tenenhaus was awarded the Israeli Security Award, the highest award for technical achievement in support of the country's security. He retired with a rank of a captain.
Mr. Tenenhaus holds a B. Sc. in Electrical Engineering, from the Technion, in Haifa Israel.