"As principal investors, the Core Capital partnership has served as a welcome extension of our executive team, rolling up their sleeves to lend an experienced, helpful hand in both strategic and operational issues."
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OLO is a mobile payments firm dedicated to improving everyday life for consumers on the go. OLO launched its patent-pending remote ordering system in May 2006 and became a press sensation with coverage in the Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, and ABC World News. Today, GoMobo’s clients include affiliates of Dunkin’ Donuts, Subway, Wawa, Papa John’s, and top independent restaurants in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and 25 other US cities.
Inlet Technologies provides workflow solutions for advanced digital media encoding. The company's Fathom solutions enable content providers to drive the proliferation of digital media to a rapidly expanding audience, through a multitude of next-generation distribution vehicles.
Founded in 1999, InPhonic is a leading online provider of wireless services and devices, acting as its own MVNO and selling through white label websites and through branded sites such as Wirefly.com, the #1 web destination for cell phones, wireless plans and cellular accessories.
Jacked is revolutionizing TV viewing by fusing it with the Internet through a real-time publishing platform for personalized, participatory broadcast media, advertising, and commerce. The company's first product, Jacked.com, is a browser-based consumer web site focused initially on synchronized contextual programming for sports programming on broadcast TV.
LimeLife is the only publisher of wireless content exclusively focused on the women’s market. LimeLife distributes its mobile offerings which include lifestyle tools, wireless games, fashion wallpapers and original daily text messages, through AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and the company's website.
Roundbox is a leading provider of mobile broadcast software solutions. The company provides client and server software spanning multiple network technologies to mobile operators, helping them take maximum advantage of broadcast and multicast to enhance existing revenue-generating services and deploy new, differentiated ones.
Trust Digital is the leading provider of enterprise mobility management software for Global 2000 companies, and today Trust Digital is being deployed or piloted by twenty-five of the Fortune 100 companies using the Apple iPhone. IT organizations rely on Trust Digital's solution to secure, rapidly deploy and centrally manage their smartphones.
UpdateLogic (formerly Broadcast Data) offers a unique, innovative, and cost-effective solution, Update TV, that delivers complex software updates to digital consumer electronic devices such as digital TVs by datacasting images across nationwide digital broadcast and cable networks.