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Neomar  Acquired by Novarra (2003)

180 Montgomery Street #2000
San Francisco, CA 94104
Website Company Summary Management Team

Technology: Steve Schreiber (1/00)
Sales/Marketing: Neil Wilson; Scott Prince; Jay Botelho
General Counsel/Legal: Ann-Marie Anderson

Outside board: (May no longer be on the board) Dennis Kavelman (Research InMot);  Erik Lassila (Clearstone Venture Partners) William M Melton (CyberCash CEO) Charles Riegel (CyberCash Executive VP) David Smith (Timeline Computer);  Greg Wolfond (24-7 Solutions)

Business description: Neomar a developer of mobile enterprise infrastructure software has been acquired by Novarra, a provider of next-generation wireless data solutions. Novarra Inc. automatically delivers the full benefit of desktop, Web-based applications, seamlessly across wireless data networks and popular handheld devices, including Palm, WAP Phones, BlackBerry, J2ME, PocketPC, Symbol, Handspring, Sony, etc. The Novarra products are cost effective, easy to deploy, maintain and scale with end-to-end security. Novarra enables mobile workers and consumers to benefit from wireless Internet & intranet access, with a low-risk, high-return approach. It also meets the needs of an emerging technology market that requires flexibility and adaptability to changing content standards.
Partners include: Business ObjectsCerticomCingular WirelessEarthLinkEDSHandspringIBMPalmRSA Data SecuritySiebel SystemsSun MicrosystemsViafone;  7/24 Solutions;  BellSouth Wireless;  Netergy

Rounds: 2
Recent Fundings:    Apr 2001
Capital raised: 22.0M
Ownership: Acquired by Novarra (2003)
Corporate investors: Research In Motion;  724 Solutions

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Record updated: May 2003
Sector: Software
Year Founded: 1999
Headcount: 51-75 as of Sep 2002
Rounds: 2
Recent Fundings:    Apr 2001
Capital Raised: 22.0M
Ownership: Acquired by Novarra (2003)