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  Andromedia, Inc. - San Francisco, California. Andromedia provides high-performance software designed to capture, record and accurately report activity on Internet web sites and Intranet servers. Andromedia was acquired by Macromedia.

  Commerce One, Inc. - Walnut Creek, California. Commerce One is a provider of business-to-business e-commerce solutions for buying and selling indirect goods (e.g. non-production related goods and services such as office supplies and other ancillary parts and services) over the Internet. Commerce One offers a comprehensive solution that centralizes, automates and manages the entire indirect goods commerce cycle for both the purchaser and the supplier and creates a dynamic business-to-business e-commerce transaction portal. Commerce One had an IPO in 1999.

  E2open, Inc. - Foster City, California.  E2open is the leading provider of software on demand for managing inter-company supply-chain processes.  (NASDAQ:EOPN)

Acquired by Oracle
  Instantis, Inc. - Santa Clara, California.  Instantis is a leading provider of Enterprise Performance Management software for Global 2000 companies. Instantis software automates the end-to-end execution, management and reporting required for Six Sigma implementations or any other structured, project portfolio management methodologies.

  Intacct Corporation - San Jose, California.  Intacct is the market and technology leader in cloud financial management and accounting applications for businesses and CPA firms.

Acquired by EMC
  Kazeon Systems, Inc. - Mountain View, California.  Kazeon offers eDiscovery solutions to enterprises for litigation support, information security and privacy, corporate investigations, and regulartory compliance. Kazeon was acquired by EMC Corporation in September, 2009.

  Selectica, Inc. - San Jose, California. Selectica enables enterprises to reduce costs and enhance revenues from complex product and service offerings. Selectica solutions unify customers' business processes to correctly configure, price and quote offerings across multiple distribution channels. Selectica had an IPO in 2000. (NASDAQ:SLTC)

Acquired by Amazon
  SnapTell, Inc. - Palo Alto, California.  SnapTell is developing innovative, patent-pending computer vision matching technologies that are applied to visual search, mobile shopping and advertising.

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