Virgo Capital is a private equity firm focused on making control investments in profitable and growing technology-enabled services companies, targeting functional outsourced services and financial technology companies. Virgo Capital seeks established companies with revenue of $10 and 30 million, strong customer relationships, and domain expertise, and actively adds value by leveraging the team's experience in areas such as the strategic use of technology, outsourcing, and mergers and acquisitions. Virgo Capital, with offices in Austin and Oklahoma City, manages Virgo Capital Fund I, L.P. and Virgo Capital Fund II, L.P. which together have total capital commitments of nearly $80 million. Virgo Capital typically invests in companies with enterprise values of $10 to 25 million.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... Charlotte North Carol..., U.S.A.
$4000000 (Early stage VC)
Charlotte North Carolina - New York City (NY) - Dallas Texas - Brookline Massachusetts - Chicago Illinois - Arlington Virginia - Bloomfield Michigan - San Antonio Texas - Houston Texas - Washington D.C - Edmond Oklahoma - Massachusetts, U.S.A.
David Miller is the Founder of Conjecta. He serves as Advisor at Scala Computing. He previously co-founded and served as a Board Member at AvidXchange. A North Carolina native, David's first computer was an Apple II+ which he used to learn programming (in BASIC and machine language) and then went on to attend the University of Chicago before joining Merrill Lynch. When Netscape went public in 1995, David realized he was in the wrong business and returned to his programming roots, launching his first internet startup, E|Calendar, in New York's Silicon Alley. David went on to co-found AvidXchange in 2000, where he was President and managed all aspects of the company's products and strategy before leaving day-to-day management in early 2011. Currently, David maintains his Board role at AvidXchange, is a mentor, coach, and advisor to early-and growth-stage software companies, and writes the Software Startup Guy blog.