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Board of Directors




    Co-Founder & CEO, Predixion Software

    Simon is an experienced technology entrepreneur and executive with extensive global technology management experience. Before co-founding Predixion, Simon was an operating partner with Triton Pacific Capital Partners, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm working with Triton’s software portfolio companies on strategic development and acquisitions. Prior to Triton Pacific he served as President of a 600-employee, 10-country software consulting firm based in the UK which developed Oracle solutions.

    Earlier Simon was a Principal with Gramercy Venture Advisors, an international boutique investment banking firm with offices in the US, Australia, China and Europe where he assisted over 20 enterprise software and mobility companies with VC fundraising, M&A, and US market-entry strategies. In 1998 Simon co-founded Versifi Technologies, Inc. in Newport Beach, California, an enterprise content management software company which raised two rounds of venture capital before being sold to Reef SA (Belgium). While at Versifi, Simon led the acquisition of AdaptiveInfo, a predictive analytics software vendor in Southern California which developed predictive mobile content delivery solutions for publishers.

    Simon holds an MBA from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of New Mexico, and he was a two-time Olympian and Commonwealth Champion (pole vault) for Australia. Simon is also involved in a number of community outreach initiatives. He is a pole vault coach at Saddleback College where he trains and mentors a number of aspiring Olympians and serves as program chairman for Megan’s Wings – a local charity that provides assistance to families with children fighting cancer.

    Partner, Toba Capital

    Mike is a Partner with Toba Capital, a venture capital firm with unique operational experience in business applications and IT. Mike worked for 13 years at Quest Software where he was most recently Managing Director of Corporate Development. He was responsible for more than 30 enterprise software acquisitions and investments. Prior to that, Mike was General Manager of Quest’s Virtualization Management Business Unit, a $50M standalone business. Mike cut his teeth in software sales and sales management at Quest, BMC Software, Patrol Software and Oracle.

    Mike is currently a director for Predixion Software, Protean, Mascot Secret, Parsec Labs, Cirro and Traumasoft. He earned an MBA from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and a BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan. Mike was commissioned in the U.S. Army in 1987 and served as a reserve officer in the Army’s Ordnance Corps.

    Head of M&A and Corporate Ventures at Software AG

    Frederic’s mission is to get entrepreneurs through the difficult phase of product market fit, help them building a repeatable sales model and a great team. Frederic is a proponent of the entrepreneur-centric “new school” VC investment style: roll up your sleeves and create value. Having seen hundreds of start-ups trying to cross the chasm, having co-founded a venture-backed start-up himself, having been deep in the weeds of building a go-to-market and a large relevant network, makes Frederic a great source of advice.

    At the same time, Frederic acquires companies that add substantial value to Software AG’s product portfolio and customer base, in order to make Software AG the #1 independent middleware vendor in the world.

    Frederic is a Venture Partner at Earlybird Ventures, a Pan-European early-stage venture capital firm.


    Managing Director, Miramar Venture Partners

    Bob is a Managing Director and co-founder of Miramar Venture Partners. Formed in 2001, Miramar invests in early- and mid-stage technology companies, with an emphasis on Southern California opportunities. Currently Miramar focuses on core technology sectors of Cloud Computing, Storage, Digital Media and Medical IT.

    Bob has spent his career building technology companies in the healthcare and information technology markets. He has served in diverse roles, from software engineer at Hughes Aircraft to senior executive roles at technology and life sciences companies to venture investor. Currently, Bob serves on the Boards of the following Miramar portfolio companies: Matrix Sensors and Predixion Software. Past Miramar portfolio company Board memberships include Fastsoft (acquired by Akamai) and SiliconSystems (acquired by Western Digital Corporation). Bob also serves on the Board of the San Diego Venture Group.

    In addition to Miramar, Bob is an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at USC’s Marshall School of Business. He teaches “Investing in New Ventures,” a second-year MBA course, each semester. Bob received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1985, serving as an officer of the national engineering honor society at Stanford. He received his J.D. from UC Berkeley in 1989.

    Executive Chairman, Good Technology

    King R. Lee is the Executive Chairman of Good Technology and has served as a member of the board since 2003. From mid-2010 until early 2013 he served as President and CEO of Good, where he implemented operational efficiencies and product direction to solidify the company as a leader in the enterprise mobility market.

    King has spent over twenty years helping companies transition to high growth across several industries at the request of investors and boards of directors. During that period, he served as President and CEO of Quarterdeck Corporation, a leading developer of PC software, successfully driving Quarterdeck’s worldwide operations and increasing the company’s market cap from approximately $50 million to over $800 million. He later led its successful sale to Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC). During the same period he also co-founded and served as the CEO of Wynd Communications, a pioneer in wireless email tailored for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. It was subsequently sold to Purple Communications (NASDAQ:PRPL) and became the primary business of the acquiring company. Earlier, he served as CEO and president of the XTree Company, a publisher of file management and network software products which was ultimately sold to Central Point Software Systems Inc. and later rolled into Symantec.

    Along with his experience in the various technology industries, King brings a successful background in the highly competitive consumer market, where he held management positions with General Mills, Inc. and Lever Brothers, Inc.

    Partner, Palomar Ventures

    Bob is a Partner at Palomar Ventures with over 40 years of executive management and venture capital experience. Prior to joining Palomar, Bob was a founding partner of BA Ventures, (now Scale Partners). While at BAVP, Bob took an active role in Cogency Software, INNOVION, Prolinx, SpeechWorks, Synthon, and VNUS Medical. Over the years Bob led numerous successful ventures including Aurum/BAAN, XLNT/Intel, NetDialog/KANA, Mixed Signals/Tektronix, and Ravenflow/Versata.

    Earlier in his career, Bob held several senior management operating positions with technology based software and service companies. From 1987 to 1994, Bob was President and CEO of two software application companies, Computerized Lodging Systems, Inc., and Command Data Systems.

    Bob earned his CPA while working with Arthur Young and Company after graduating from Seton Hall University.

    Chairman of the Board and CEO, Local Corporation 

    Fred has more than 25 years of experience leading companies in the technology, data communications, Internet, Big Data, digital media and software industries. He was named chairman in January 2014, after joining the board in January 2013. Fred served as managing partner at Triton Pacific Capital Partners where he managed the software IT investment portfolio and served on the boards of four of its portfolio companies. Prior to Triton, Fred was founder and managing partner of TechStarter Ventures, a venture capital and technology incubator focused on developing Web 2.0 technologies and web properties. He also served as CEO of GameSpy Industries where he led the company from losses to almost double revenues in less than one year and was responsible for leading the sale of the company. While chairman and CEO for Lantronix (LTRX), Fred led a repositioning, doubled the company’s revenue growth in four years, led four acquisitions and the initial public and secondary offerings that raised $120+ million. He also serves as a senior advisor to Graham Partners and as a director for three privately-held companies, including Predixion Software, Inc., B&B Electronics, Inc., and non-profit, technology organization, OCTANe LLC. Fred attended classes at the Stockholm School of Economics in Europe.

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