Lombardi Software provided a business process management software suite for Global 2000 companies. Lombardi's TeamWorks was built on open standards and provides ongoing visibility and control of business processes, increasing the speed and flexibility with which organizations can manage their process activity and decision-making. Lombardi was acquired by IBM in 2009.
InterWest was the lead investor in the 1981 secondary financing of HBOC & Company, formed in 1974. The company established itself as a developer and marketer of computer systems and software for hospitals. Its two product lines consisted of an in-hospital central information processing system and a financial system.
Edify developed and marketed software tools that retrieved externally requested information from internal corporate databases, formatted it, and delivered it to the party who requested it via voice recording, fax, or e-mail. Edify had an initial public offering in 1996, then was acquired by Intervoice in 2005, which was acquired by Convergys in 2008.
Sierra Logic developed and sold sophisticated semiconductor solutions to enterprise storage vendors. Using Sierra Logic, vendors could offer uncompromising reliability, manageability and performance while saving more than 50% on their BOMs. Sierra Logic was founded in June 2001 and acquired by Emulex in 2006.
RocketCash provided teens with a way to shop on the Internet by creating an automated check-out and payment process. The company was acquired by NetZero in 2000. Subsequently, NetZero was acquired by United Online in 2006.
InterWest participated in two rounds of financing for this successful early maker of displays, CPU accelerators, and other graphics and performance peripherals for Macintosh and other personal computers.
Platform Solutions is the first developer of two standards-based open mainframe computers compatible with the broadcast set of datacenter environments and operating systems, including IBM z/OS. The new PSI systems, based on proven Amdahl Corporation systems architecture, provide customers true choice and flexibiliy in mainframe computing. Platform Solutions was acquired by IBM in 2008.
With core technology and talent incubated at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center, this company developed a Java-based, audio-enabled, real-time platform for building and deploying shared applications to large groups on the Web. PlaceWare was acquired by Microsoft in 2003.
CubeTree is a freemium enterprise collaboration suite built on a social networking platform that enables employees to connect, communicate and collaborate efficiently and securely using a set of full-featured, integrated tools. Delivered as a software service, CubeTree brings value to enterprises of all sizes from start-ups to Global 500 companies. CubeTree was acquired by SuccessFactors in 2010, which was acquired by SAP in 2012.
Convex designed and sold high-performance mini-super computer systems for scientific applications. In 1995 Convex was acquired by Hewlett-Packard and has since become the core of the HP high-performance computing division.