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Onsophic

Onsophic is a cloud platform that provides missing critical infrastructure for higher education to deliver online digital courses.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Palo Alto, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 7
  • Website onsophic.com

Company Summary

Onsophic's Knowledge Architect is infrastructure that lowers cost and increases scale in a cloud computing instructional environment for universities. Features include content sourcing, course assembly, personalized learning with collaboration and social media and learning analytics for continuous improvement. The architecture provides necessary missing system and tool integration that has not been addressed by current technology.

Team

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    Marleen R. McDaniel
    CEO & Chairman

    Veteran Silicon Valley Executive. CEO of Women.com, the first consumer web company. Partnered with Hearst, Walt Disney and Hallmark. IPO in 1999, sold to NBC in 2004 for $600M. EVP of Interop, founding team of Crescendo, Cisco's first acquisition. Joined Sun Microsystems in its first year,and for 10 years led the global education business and created the SPARCstation, Sun’s first $1B product

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    Shelby Sanders
    Chief Technology Officer

    Chief Architect for Borland. 15 years + defining, designing, implementing, and optimizing web, client/server, software using a wide variety of platforms, languages, and frameworks. Principal Engineer for product lines at Embarcadero Technologies, representing over $100M/year in revenue. Responsible for the integration/implementation strategy across all platforms and technologies as Chief Systems Architect at Women.com

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    Vice President Product Development

    Head of Professional Services and Field Engineering for Apple Inc's Education Division.Ian was SVP of Product Operations, IT and HR at Personify. He founded Class Corporation, a custom system development and training company serving clients such as Bank of America, Chevron, Apple and American Stores. Women.com acquired Class Corporation in 2000 and Ian became SVP of Engineering and Operations.

Advisors

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    Curtis Mo, DLA Piper
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    Wave Point Ventures
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    Private
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