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Our Investors

NuoDB is a big idea. Our investors include legends from the database sector; Dassault Systèmes, Europe's second largest independent software Company; Temenos, world's Leading Banking Software; and Roger Sippl, the first CEO of Informix. 

The below represent the external members of our board of directors.

 

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Gary Morgenthaler

Morgenthaler Ventures

Gary Morgenthaler, based in Menlo Park, CA, joined Morgenthaler Ventures as a Partner in December 1989. He has a national reputation as a successful executive in the software industry and currently emphasizes investments in information technology.

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Mitchell Kertzman

Hummer Winblad Venture Partners

Mitchell Kertzman is a Managing Director at Hummer Winblad Venture Partners. He has over 30 years of experience as a CEO of public and private software companies.

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Nilanjana Bhowmik

Longworth Venture Partners

Nilanjana Bhowmik joined Longworth Venture Partners in 2003 and focuses on infrastructure, software and mobile investments. As a current board member of NuoDB she also serves on the boards of Cellufun, Viewfinity, VKernel, and Symform.

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Joe Hutcheson

Dassault Systèmes

Joe Hutcheson, who recently retired as Dassault Systèmes’ Deputy General Counsel, Americas, is an attorney, former software company executive and commercial banker, with over 35 years of experience in corporate, M&A and investment transactions, new venture start-ups, enterprise licensing, service engagements and joint venture arrangements. 

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Clive Ketteridge

Temenos

Representing TEMENOS Headquarters SA is Clive Ketteridge. Clive started his computing career in the 80’s at McDonnel Douglas Information Systems. In 1989, he co-founded jBASE, which evolved into a company supporting thousands of users around the globe. jBASE was acquired in 1999 by TEMENOS, making the TEMENOS product line database Independent, enabling TEMENOS’s impressive growth to a market cap of $10billion. In 2014, he oversaw the sale of jBASE to Zumasys. In late 2018, Clive influenced the Temenos investment in NuoDB.