Pat Noonan joined Austin Ventures in 2011 and focuses on early-stage investing. Prior to joining Austin Ventures, Pat was an Associate at Commonwealth Capital Ventures, an early-stage venture capital fund based in Boston. Prior to joining Commonwealth, Pat worked for the strategy arm of Capgemini, a global management consultancy. Based first in the firm’s office in Cambridge, MA, and later in its London, UK, office, he advised start-ups and Fortune 500 companies in the telecom, media, and entertainment industries.
Pat holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a AB from Harvard University. During his time at business school, he worked as an intern on Facebook’s monetization team. He is active in TiE (formerly The Indus Entrepreneurs) and helped launch TiE Young Entrepreneurs in Boston. He is a Startup Leadership Fellow (Class of 2008) and is involved in mentoring SLP participants. Follow on Twitter.
Connecting people with information and knowledge, Bloomfire aims to reduce the amount of time people spend searching for information to do their jobs. Bloomfire delivers content management and social collaboration features in an easy-to-use web application, bridging the gap between business people who have knowledge with those who need it. Create and contribute multimedia posts. Search and browse enduring content. Ask and answer important questions. Find and follow experts.
Edgecase is the platform behind today’s most inspiring shopping experiences. Using a proprietary combination of machine learning and human content curation, the Edgecase platform allows shoppers to communicate their unique preferences, context and style to discover products and make confident buying decisions.
The ESO Solutions team brings together industry leaders in EMS, software design and information technology to create electronic patient care reporting and other software solutions for public and private emergency medical services and Fire organizations nationwide.
ITinvolve provides IT organizations with the analysis and collaboration necessary to understand the impact of changes and move faster in response to business needs. Our breakthrough approach enables IT to easily capture and share their collective knowledge in order to provide unprecedented visibility into IT environments, reduce risk from changes, speed application releases, and resolve issues. ITinvolve lowers the total cost of delivering great service and works with existing IT management solutions. Built on the secure and scalable Force.com platform, ITinvolve runs in the cloud and requires no hardware or software installation.
Launched in early 2010, Onit deploys Onit Apps to simplify business process automation and improve business productivity across all departments and industries. The Onit App Builder allows business users to drive efficiency and productivity by combining business process management, project management and information management into one easy to use tool so the user can create their own Onit Apps without having to rely on IT for support.
Based in Austin, Texas, RunTitle is an online marketplace for mineral title information. Through the marketplace, RunTitle provides previously inaccessible mineral title research to oil and gas professionals and mineral owners nationwide. This research allows oil and gas companies to make smarter acquisition decisions in a more timely manner. RunTitle’s customers range from small independents to multiple publicly traded natural resource exploration and production companies. For more information, visit Runtitle.com.
Veros provides customers with continuous, non-intrusive, scalable, predictive monitoring of industrial asset reliability and energy use across an entire enterprise. At the core of the Veros product is the Predictive Intelligence Platform (PIP), which analyzes 300+ discrete reliability and energy efficiency metrics from voltage and current waveform data and then transforms that data into actionable intelligence for engineers, plant supervisors, and corporate executives. End-users can receive alerts via email or SMS, warning them of an electrical or mechanical fault that may lead to a catastrophic failure sometime in the future. To dig deeper, end-users can turn to PIP's web-based interface, or integrate with leading Enterprise Asset Management suites.