Sacramento startup IMified (profile), founded by SacStart's founder Adam Kalsey, has been acquired for an undisclosed sum by Voxeo, a provider of platforms for building voice and telephony applications. Voxeo is a privately-held company headquartered in Orlando, Florida. Adam and the other founders of IMified have joined Voxeo's R&D group as part of the sale. Read more about IMified acquired by Voxeo
Join SARTA's VentureStart, The Sacramento Entrepreneurship Academy, and other local entrepreneur organizations for a breakfast at Sacramento State's Alumni Center.
- Network with the regions’ funding sources, entrepreneurs and business mentors.
- Learn about the programs in support of your next million $$$$.
- Discover the brightest and best entrepreneurial minds in our region.
- Engage your next potential investment.
DFJ Frontier, a venture capital firm with offices in Sacramento and Santa Barbara, have announced their second venture fund, a $55 million pool that counts CalPERS and Credit Suisse among its investors.
As with their first fund, DFJ Frontier intends to focus their investments on west coast companies in media, information technology, life sciences, and other industries. The firm has made several investments form this new fund, including companies in southern California and Seattle, Washington. Read more about DFJ Frontier raises $55 million fund
SacBarCamp is an informal event where you will network, learn, and share with other Sacramento techies, helping to create a local community for our industry. We want to emphasize the Sacramento region by getting as many local companies and individuals involved.
BarCamp is a conference where the participants are the speakers. Show up, sign up to give a session, and get going. There’s lots of networking, food, great conversations, and you’ll even learn a thing or two.
After a summer hiatus, SacStarts dinners are back. Join us November 30 at 7:00 pm at Boudin SF on Fair Oaks Blvd.
SacStarts dinners are informal get-togethers where the best and brightest technologists and entrepreneurs connect. Grab a seat and some food and meet other locals involved in Sacramento’s technology community.
Cost: Just pay for your own dinner and drinks. Read more about November Dinner at Boudin SF
Time management startup Time Tracking Buddy has launched their product and changed their name to Chrometa.
In addition to their time tracking software for helping hourly professionals with their billing, Chrometa has added capabilities to allow companies to monitor and manage employee productivity. Read more about Time Tracking Buddy launches, rebrands as Chrometa
Seems Kodak is opening a software development office in Sacramento soon. I came across this job posting on Craigslist.
Kodak is creating exciting new software solutions for its customers, and will be opening a new software center in the Sacramento California area in the very near future. Be a part of the dynamic team of highly technical and experienced Software Architects, Developers, Technologists, and Innovators creating state of the art, robust, digital imaging software for Kodak.