24/7 Software provides Software as a Services (SaaS) solutions for incident management, maintenance management, text communication, security, request lists, and lost & found.  24/7 Software is the leader in incident management, maintenance, and security Saas solutions for sports and public entertainment venues, serving professional and college sports teams, music festivals, shopping malls, performing arts centers, convention centers, amusement parks, airports, as well as other industries.  www.247software.com


ePREOP, Inc. coordinates  and  promotes  the  delivery  of  high­quality  healthcare.  This  innovative  company   provides  web-­based  software services  that  simplify  the  collection  and  communication  of  health   information  between  patients,  providers,  facilities,  and  insurers.  ePREOP  analyzes  health  information  and   generates  patient-­specific  clinical  guidelines  that  improve  outcomes  and  decrease  healthcare costs.  Provation Medical acquired ePreop in September 2020 (acquired by Fortive (NYSE: FTV)).  www.epreop.com

Beers Enterprises, LLC, a privately held company, owns and operates The Switch, the leading provider of customer-controlled video switching services throughout major media markets of the United States and in key international locations.  www.theswitch.tv

AVI-SPL is a global leader in audio video communications technology, providing comprehensive solutions and services for professional AV installation, telepresence and video conferencing, digital media systems, control rooms and network operations centers, hotel rental services, event staging and production.  www.avispl.com

   Iformata Communications, an AVI-SPL company, is the world’s innovator for fully automated VNOC services, removing all human involvement in video meeting choreography and call management.  AVI-SPL acquired Iformata in January 2012.  www.avispl.com

Power-One is a leading provider of renewable energy and energy-efficient power conversion and power management solutions and is the world’s second largest designer and manufacturer of photovoltaic inverters. Its renewable energy products enable the industry’s highest yielding conversion of power from solar arrays for use by utilities, commercial enterprises and homes.  Power-One was traded on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol PWER.  ABB (NYSE: ABB) aquired Power-One for $1 billion in July 2013.  www.power-one.com

PrimeSense is the leader in Natural Interaction®, enabling consumer devices to “see” environments and allowing users to control and interact naturally with those devices in a simple and intuitive way.  PrimeSense offers affordable business and lifestyle solutions for consumer markets including visual/home computing, interactive entertainment and consumer electronics.  Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) aquired PrimeSense in November 2013.  www.apple.com

Spansion is a leading provider of the Flash memory technology at the heart of the world’s electronics systems, powering everything from the routers that run the internet to the highly interactive and immersive consumer and automotive electronics that are enriching people’s daily lives. In 2015, Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NASDAQ: CY) merged with Spansion in a transaction valued at approximately $5 billion.  www.spansion.com

Kiva Systems, Inc. uses material handling technology and sophisticated control software to simplify operations, reduce costs and increase flexibility.  Kiva solutions enable extremely fast cycle times, from receiving to order picking to shipping all in a single solution.  The result is a building that is quick and low-cost to set up, inexpensive to operate, and easy to change.  Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) acquired Kiva Systems for $775 million in May 2012.  www.kivasystems.com

  In business since 1999, SquareTrade is the largest independent warranty provider and the only warranty consistently rated 5-stars by consumers.  Allstate Corp. (NYSE: ALL) announced the acquisition of Squaretrade for $1.4 billion in November 2016.  www.squaretrade.com

Cobalt Networks, Inc. pioneered easy-to-use server appliances featuring secure web user interfaces, designed for ISPs and SMBs.  Cobalt traded on the NASDAQ market under the ticker symbol COBT.  Sun Microsystems (acquired by Oracle (NYSE: ORCL)) acquired Cobalt in December 2000.  www.oracle.com