OpenView first invested in SmashFly, a recruitment marketing platform, in June 2014. The investment marked our very first in the HCM category, a space that has continued to rapidly evolve and expand. I am very pleased to say that our investment in this amazing team and platform continues to thrive. Today, SmashFly announced that it has […]
Today we are very pleased to announce that Barracuda Networks, Inc. [NYSE: CUDA] has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire OpenView’s portfolio company, Intronis, a market-leader in providing data protection solutions to MSPs. The acquisition is set to expand Barracuda’s reach into the channel with the addition of Intronis’ 2,000 MSP relationships. Intronis became […]
Note: This post was originally published on Entrepreneur.com as “4 Steps to Help You Prepare for the Fundraising Process”. For chief executives of growing companies, fundraising is never far from mind. Whether you’re out seeking venture capital for the first or fifth time, your future investor will need to perform due diligence at some point. […]
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