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Verlitics

Verlitics delivers detailed and actionable energy information using low-cost, internet-connected devices and Cloud-based analytics.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Portland, OR, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2009
  • Employees 14
  • Website verlitics.com

Company Summary

Verlitics provides a low-cost, Cloud-connected sensor that captures real-time building electricity use, including the signature associated with each device using that energy. Proprietary, cloud-based analytics use this signature information to identify when each device turned on or off. Additional analytics use this information to immediately identify usage, operational and maintenance patterns that result in wasted energy.

Team

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    David Alles
    CEO
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    David leads the Company and works directly on strategy, business development and partnership management. David has over 18 years of manufacturing, finance, business development, and operations experience. Before Verlitics, David was COO of Home Comfort Zones. Prior to Home Comfort Zones, David was VP of Customer Operations for CTI (healthcare), VP of Finance & Operations for Genedax (EDA) and Internet Product Manager for Mentor Graphics (EDA).

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    Josh Gray
    VP of Engineering
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    Josh manages the Company’s software, hardware, analytics and web development. Josh has over 17 years of product development, management and executive experience. Before Verlitics, Josh was VP of Engineering for Home Comfort Zones. Prior to Home Comfort Zones, Josh was a Senior Software Architect at Microsoft (MSN), VP of Engineering for Centricity (networking software) and VP of Engineering for Genedax (EDA software).

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    Hal Alles
    CTO
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    Hal works on the Company’s advanced energy disaggregation analytics. Hal has over 40 years of research, development and executive experience. Hal began his career at Bell Labs where he did groundbreaking research on interactive digital communication, 3-D graphics systems and music synthesis. Hal went on to found Silicon Compiler Systems (EDA) which was sold to Mentor Graphics where Hal became CTO. In 2002 Hal founded Home Comfort Zones.

Advisors

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    Aterwynne, LLP (Business), Marger Johnson & McCollom (IP)
    Lawyer
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    Delap (Tax)
    Accountant
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    Pivotal Investments, LLC
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    Northwest Energy Angels
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