BlockScore is an intelligent identity verification and anti-fraud solution for online transactions offering an unobtrusive experience for consumers and an accurate, cost-effective solution to help businesses comply with anti-money laundering and Know Your Customer regulations.



EveryScape powers visually immersive ads for top brands around the world, by converting simple 2D photography into geometrically accurate 3D environments that give viewers 360 degree panoramic content.



ExecOnline’s certificate programs deliver enterprise impact by combining top business school content, programmatic scale and flexible formats for busy executives.



Gusto is a reliable & easy to use POS designed for franchisors & multi-unit enterprises, providing the tools required to stay ahead of the competition with unparalleled data insights & security, reduced training & support costs, & seamless tools for managing businesses.



Invincea is the leader in advanced endpoint threat protection, protecting more than 25,000 customers. Combining the control of an endpoint solution with the intelligence of cloud analysis, Invincea defends against zero-day exploits, file-less malware, and more.



PokitDok is bringing the necessary technology, data and relationships together to introduce the best consumer experience to healthcare.



Truveris offers a selection of SaaS solutions that work accross the perscription drug ecosystem to drive transparency, access and lower costs.


TVU Networks

TVU Networks provides IP-based live video solutions, serving customers across 80 countries. More than half of all news broadcast stations use its IP video solutions, which includes TVUPack, the award-winning mobile live cellular uplink solution.



Zipongo takes the guesswork out of eating healthy with food recommendations and recipes personalized just for you.



DivX was created to make it more efficient to store and distribute video through the internet. We invested in DivX in their first round of financing in 2000. Our thesis was that the inevitable increase in bandwidth on the internet would make online video a large and fast growing emerging market. Jordan Greenhall, having lived through the growth of audio technologies while at, joined forces with Jerome “Gej” Rota, who had started to build a tool for encoding video more efficiently, and with a select team of other co-founders started DivX. By giving video tools away to the consumers for free, the company built a huge consumer following, which was the leverage for licensing the technology to device manufacturers for playing the video that consumers created. During the difficult downturn in the tech market in its early years we actually chose to aggressively increase our investment and ownership because we believed in the company prospects and its leadership. The company held its IPO in 2006 and has by now built a leading global video standard for storing, sharing and distributing video online, with 300 million consumer users, deals with all the top global device manufacturers and most major Hollywood studios.



EnerNOC (Nasdaq ENOC) came to Cambridge Innovation Center in the midst of a fund raising tour of more than 30 venture funds and angel groups in the fall of 2002. The two founders, Tim Healy and David Brewster, were looking for a few million dollars to take advantage of a deregulated New England electricity market. EnerNOC’s idea was to remotely connect to back-up generators, usually found sitting idle on building roofs, and dispatch them in aggregate during times of peak demand. A virtual peak power plant with none of the capital invested, no transmission lines and their incumbent social and environmental impact, no distribution costs. Just a bit of instrumentation, and shared profits with the building owner. Load curtailment (turning down or shutting down elevators, chillers, etc) would work as well. A few companies were doing something similar here and there using phone calls or radios, but David and Tim were the first to see this could be a scalable business – that expanding electricity production capacity for peak times could be avoided altogether in many cases by making the electric grid smarter.



Globallogic helps global software companies build their products faster and more economically by distributing the development work to global teams in lower-cost locations with abundant technical talent. Globallogic works with companies of all sizes in different arrangements that range from projects to a complete outsourcing of engineering development and R&D. We believe that the same kind of innovation that took place in the production of electronics hardware is likely to happen to software development where agile global partners like Globallogic help software companies respond faster to customer needs. Globallogic is one of the leading such global software product development services companies.