Centrify Investors

Centrify is funded by top-tier venture firms and strategic corporate investors

Mayfield is a global venture capital firm with over $2.6 billion under management and a 45-year history of championing entrepreneurs. Mayfield invests primarily in early-stage consumer and enterprise-facing IT companies. Since its founding in 1969, the firm has invested in more than 500 companies, resulting in over 110 IPOs and more than 150 mergers or acquisitions.
Founded in 1984, Accel Partners is a venture capital firm that focuses on communications, Internet and intranet software, and services in technology and health care. Accel Partners has funded over 200 companies, including Actuate, Agile Software, Foundry Networks, Portal Software, RealNetworks, RedBack Networks, Veritas, UUNET and Walmart.com. Accel is based in Palo Alto, California.
INVESCO Private Capital
Founded in 1982, INVESCO Private Capital (formerly Chancellor Capital Management) has invested in over 300 information technology, life sciences and specialty retail companies. Companies funded by INVESCO Private Capital include Adobe Systems, Ascend Communications, ONI Systems, Portal Software, SigmaTel, and Verisign. INVESCO Private Capital is based in New York, New York, and Palo Alto, California.
Sigma West
Sigma West is an early stage technology venture capital firm in Silicon Valley investing in exceptional entrepreneurs. Our team is made up of successful technology industry veterans. Our passion is finding world-class entrepreneurs and working side-by-side with them to help build great companies. Sigma West is building on the 27-year successful history of Sigma Partners with over $2 billion under management. We invest across the technology landscape including SaaS, cloud, consumer Internet, enterprise software, and mobile technology. The Sigma West team successes include EqualLogic (acquired by Dell, 2008), KACE (acquired by Dell, 2010), Fortify Software (acquired by HP, 2010), and Responsys (IPO, April 2011 as MKTG).
Index Ventures
Founded in 1966, Index Ventures is a leading venture capital firm active in technology, biotech and clean tech venture. The firm is dedicated to helping entrepreneurial teams in the Information Technology and Life Science sectors build their companies into market defining global leaders. They invest from seed through to growth stage companies. The firm has offices in Geneva, London, San Francisco and Jersey. Index's current portfolio includes Criteo, Boku, Lookout, Mimecast, Ozon, Path, Pentaho, Rightscale, Soundcloud, Storsimple and viagogo. Exits of note include Cloud.com (acquired by Citrix), RPX (Nasdaq : RPXC), Lovefilm (acquired by Amazon), Playfish (acquired by Electronic Arts), MySQL (acquired by Sun), Last.fm (CBS) and Skype.
Samsung Ventures
The major investment areas of Samsung Ventures include semiconductor, telecommunication, software, Internet, bio engineering and medical industry, film/video industry, while potential investment subjects range from start-ups to established companies that are about to be listed in the stock market.
Fortinet helps protect networks, users and data from continually evolving threats. As a global leader in high-performance network security, we enable enterprises, service providers and governments to consolidate and integrate stand-alone technologies without suffering performance penalties. Unlike costly, inflexible and low-performance alternatives, Fortinet solutions empower customers to embrace new technologies and business opportunities while protecting essential systems and content.
Docomo Capital
Docomo Capital Inc. is committed to investing in and strategically backing start-up companies that have evolving and advancing cutting-edge new technologies to promote growth and ultimately introducing them into NTT Docomo's future services and products.