“The infusion of capital from Adobe and other investors further validates the promise of our technology,” stated Kymberlee Weil, the President and a co-founder of introNetworks. “We’ll continue to expand our platform using the Adobe development environment and look forward to further increasing the value of our intellectual property portfolio.”
The amount of capital that Weil is referring to is the $2.7 million given by Adobe Systems Inc. Not only is Adobe an investor, but they are also a client.
The concept behind introNetworks’ enterprise software is to provide a solution to the problem of attendees lack of communication abilities before and after events.Â It sounds like it is essentially a more classy and customizable version of evite.
Some of introNetworks clients include Starcom MediaVest Group, The American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), Intel, The United Way, Dow Jones, Autodesk, Monster.com, and The Harvard Business School (HBS).Â introNetworks is based in Santa Barbara, Calif.
“introNetworks is utilizing fundamental Adobe technologies in interesting ways, providing richer, more interactive experiences in online communities,” stated John Leckrone, the director of Venture Development at Adobe. “We’re pleased to be working with introNetworks as they continue to expand and evolve their technology platform.”
The company was also co-founded by Mark Sylvester and presented at the DEMO@15! conference.