Nexiant Plans Major Upgrade

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Lake Forest-based Nexiant , the developer of software-as-a-service for materials management (MRO), said this morning that it is planning a major software release. The firm said it MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Operations) software will include ability to control material usage at multiple inventory locations, better visibility and analysis across sites, tools to set up business rules, and more. The entire software will deploy on Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud.

Mojix Ships Software, Inks Deal With Integrator

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Los Angeles-based Mojix , a venture backed developer of RFID technology, said this morning that it has released a new, software product targeted at RFID asset and process management. The firm said the new software also ties into enterprise and other backend sysetms.

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Accruent Acquired By Genstar Capital

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Accruent , the developer of real estate, facilities, and asset management software which was founded by Mark Friendman, has been acquired by private equity investor Genstar Capital. Accruent was venture backed by Constellation Ventures, FirstMark Capital, GGV Capital, Innocal, Marcus & Millichap, Peninsula Equity Partners, Red Rock Ventures, Sierra Ventures, and Stanford University. accruent genstar capital merger acquisition private equity software developer

Nexiant Names New CEO

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Lake Forest-based Nexiant , a provider of products for materials management and supply chain management software and hardware, said this week that it has named Bill Sickler as CEO of the firm. Nexiant is venture backed by InnoCal Venture Capital, Argentum Group, Forrest Binkley & Brown, Inverness Capital Partners, and Mission Ventures, among others.

Interview with Dr. Ramin Sadr, Mojix

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Mojix is venture backed by Oak Investment Partners, Red Rock Ventures, and Innocal. Is this hardware, software, a combination of both?

Roping in the Legal Eagles

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Yet, despite his exceptional courtroom theatrics, you would be foolhardy to hire good old Johnnie to review your software cross-licensing agreement. A startup-oriented lawyer may not be able to convince a jury of a guilty man’s innocence, but they can guide your adVenture through the menacing legal shoals it will no doubt face. This is a reposting of a ‘classic’ popular post.

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