Splice Machine is proud to be working with the teams at Mohr Davidow Ventures, InterWest Partners and Correlation Ventures. Their proven histories in helping build successful technology ventures is unmatched.
For more than 25 years, the Mohr Davidow team has invested in early stage startups and worked closely with exceptional entrepreneurs to create venture returns by developing and bringing to market new, technology-based ideas, products and services. The firm invests in companies that transform industries whether through better infrastructure for our rapidly evolving data-intensive digital world, more efficient power for our planet, or better, more personalized medicine.
InterWest Partners invests in some of the world’s most promising early stage IT and healthcare businesses. For over 30 years InterWest Partners has partnered with entrepreneurs to build winning companies. With more than 200 years of operating and investing experience, InterWest has raised $2.8 billion, completed 80 IPOs, and participated in 81 upside acquisitions. InterWest is currently investing in InterWest X, a $650M fund. In 2014, InterWest made 22 investments and managed more than 100 active investments.
Correlation Ventures, a $166 million venture capital fund, leverages world-class analytics to offer entrepreneurs and other venture capitalists a dramatically better option when they are seeking additional co-investment capital to complete a financing round. The firm makes investment decisions in two weeks or less and offers reliability and transparency about reserves and its intentions to follow in future financings. Correlation Ventures invests across all industry segments, U.S. geographies and investment stages – from seed through late stage. Correlation Ventures has offices in Palo Alto and San Diego, CA.
The Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator is a hands-on program focused on startups that create solutions for financial institutions and enterprise customers. As part of the program, Wells Fargo mentors provide guidance to Splice Machine and connect it with business and tech leaders inside the bank who are looking to solve real problems and explore new opportunities by potentially buying the Splice Machine RDBMS. Wells Fargo is also investing in the company as part of the program.