Marc Gendron PR has played a pivotal role in helping entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, employees, shareholders and investment banks be rewarded for taking risks, building new technologies and creating new markets. Here are our successes...
Imperva: Established company as leader in emerging web application firewall market and helped originate the database activity monitoring category. Today Imperva is the leader in both market segments. The company raised $90M in a NASDAQ IPO in November 2011.
ConfigureSoft: Launched vendor of configuration management tools for servers and desktops. Helped grow company to 150+ employees and multi-million dollar revenues. Company acquired by EMC in May 2009.
Mi5 Networks: Repositioned anti-spyware appliance vendor as secure web gateway provider. Established Mi5 as industry leader in 12 months. Company acquired by Symantec less than two years later in March 2009.
Simplicita: 18 months after public launch, provider of Botnet remediation system for ISPs acquired in June 2007 by Sandvine Corp.
SeeCommerce: In 12 months established SeeChain supply chain performance management system as leading solution for retail, manufacturing, and electronics industries among press and analyst community. SeeChain was acquired by Teradata in December 2006.
Trustgenix: In 11 months established Trustgenix as leading provider of federated identity management software. Company acquired by HP in December 2005 to add identity federation to OpenView platform.
Teros: In 12 months established Teros as leader in web application firewall market ahead of incumbents Sanctum and Kavado. Teros acquired by Citrix in November 2005.
Winphoria Networks: Launched developer of SoftSwitch for wireless carrier networks. Winphoria acquired by Motorola in May 2003.
Securant Technologies: Launched start-up developer of web access management software. In 12 months established company as market leader alongside Netegrity (now CA). Securant acquired by RSA Security for $140M in July 2001.
Mission Critical Software: Launched first developer of user management software for Windows networks. Company raised $60 million in August 1999 IPO. Merged with NetIQ in June 2000.
Maker Communications: Launched first generation developer of network processors in 1997. Maker raised $46 million in May 1999 IPO. Company acquired by Conexant (NASDAQ: CNXT) for $900 Million in March 2000.
Omnia Communications: Launched start-up developer of optical access network switch. In less than one year company was acquired by Ciena Corporation (NASDAQ: CIEN) for $429 million in March 1999.
NuView ManageX: Launched and named first event management tool for Windows networks. After just eight months, ManageX was acquired by Hewlett Packard (NYSE: HPQ) in November 1998.
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