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Bitvore Corp

Giving Companies Pro-Active Situational Intelligence

  • Stage $1M in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Software
  • Location Irvine, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2010
  • Employees 15
  • Website bitvore.com

Company Summary

CIOs of Fortune 1000 companies have dubbed Bitvore the "Splunk of Business Data" and "Big Data Made Easy". Here's the difference: Splunk is very successful (mrkt cap $4B), but it only lets you monitor and analyze traffic on your website. Unlike Splunk, Bitvore handles virtually any type of data -- social media, email, news feeds, website logs, and sales and manufacturing logs...AND it can draw correlations between all these different datasets.

Team

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    Jeff Curie
    CEO

    Jeff has four startups under his belt, three in B2B. Most notable include Access360, which was acquired by IBM, and SupplyFrame which dominates online marketing solutions in the electronic industry. Jeff holds multiple patents and is deeply experienced in building customers and markets for early stage companies. He has extensive sales, marketing and product management skills and experience.

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    Greg A. Bolcer
    CTO

    Multiple patents in cloud computing; multiple startups. Former professor of Information Science at UC Irvine. Experienced CTO of venture-backed startups.

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    Alan Chaney
    Chief Systems Architect

    Holds multiple patents; founder & CTO of Telemedia Systems (video search/management technology used by CNN, BBC and NBC)

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    David & Carl Mandel
    Co-Founders

    Founders & Board Members; seed investors for Broadcom; Access360 (acquired by IBM); and Fulcrum Microsystems (acquired Intel). Hold two patents related to data management.

Advisors

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    Greg Williams
    Lawyer
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    Steven Frankiel, CPA
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Yuri Pikover, cofounder of Xylan (acquired by Alcetel for $2.2B)
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    David and Carl Mandel, seed investors in Broadcom
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