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Executives

14

Board of Directors

6

CollabNet VersionOne Board of Directors

6 Board of directors

CollabNet VersionOne has 6 board of directors, including Ariel Garcia.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Ariel Garcia

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Jim Lussier

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Keith Krach

CEO in Residence Keith Krach has built and led three companies to global leadership, and currently serves as CEO of investment holding company 3Points, Inc. In 1996, he co-founded Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA), a business-to-business e-commerce pioneer, served as CEO and chairman for six years, took the company public and built it into one of the fastest growing software companies in history. In 2000 he was honored by Ernst & Young as National Entrepreneur of the Year, and received the Technology Pioneer Award at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Previously Mr. Krach spent seven years at Rasna Corporation as a founding team member and chief operating officer, and played a key role in its acquisition by Parametric Technologies (NASDAQ: PMTC) for $500 million. He started his career at General Motors, was named its youngest vice president at 26, and spearheaded the company&#8217

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Kevin Harvey

Kevin is a seasoned entrepreneur with a long track record of developing innovative technologies into successful enterprises. Prior to Benchmark, Kevin was founder, president and CEO of Approach Software where he led the development of the world's first end-user client/server database for Windows. Approach Software was purchased by Lotus Development in 1993.Before founding Approach Software, Kevin founded Styleware and pioneered integrated software for the Apple II personal computer. Styleware was purchased by Claris Corporation where Kevin's team went on to create ClarisWorks, one of the best-selling software programs for the Macintosh.Investments: Boku, Broadbase Software, Bytemobile, Collabnet, Eucalyptus Systems, Ingenio (acquired by AT&T), Kana (KANA), Metaweb, MySQL (acquired by Sun), oDesk, oFoto (acquired by Kodak), Proofpoint, Red Hat Software (RHAT), RemarQ Communities (acquired by Critical Path), Rightscale, Tellme (acquired by Microsoft), Terracotta, When.com (acquired by America Online), Zimbra (acquired by Yahoo).Education: BSEE degree from Rice University, 1987.

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Lisa Lambert

Lisa Lambert is a vice-president of Intel Capital and the managing director of the Software and Services Sector. Lisa is a voting member of Intel Capital’s investment committee. Lisa joined Intel Capital in 1999. Prior to that, she held a Product Marketing Management position with Intel’s Desktop Products Group with responsibility for the Pentium II, III processor family. Prior to joining Intel, Lisa worked as a software developer (1989-1992) and in strategic planning, product marketing, and sales (1992-1995) at Owens-Corning. Lisa is on the board of directors (observer) for VCE, LLC, Endeca, CollabNet, Zend Technologies and is a director at X+1, Inc. Lisa has invested in and managed exits from VMware (IPO), Financial Engines (IPO), Kingsoft (IPO), Enjoyor (IPO), Tobesoft (IPO), MySQL (acquired by Sun), DATAllegro (acquired by Microsoft), JBoss (acquired by Red Hat), Accertify (acquired by AMEX), OpenFeint (acquired by Gree), Jajah (acquired by Telefonica), and CPower (acquired by Constellation Energy), among others. Lisa has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS/MIS from Pennsylvania State University.

CollabNet VersionOne

Name

Ariel Garcia

Jim Lussier

Keith Krach

Kevin Harvey

Lisa Lambert

Firm

Work History

CEO in Residence Keith Krach has built and led three companies to global leadership, and currently serves as CEO of investment holding company 3Points, Inc. In 1996, he co-founded Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA), a business-to-business e-commerce pioneer, served as CEO and chairman for six years, took the company public and built it into one of the fastest growing software companies in history. In 2000 he was honored by Ernst & Young as National Entrepreneur of the Year, and received the Technology Pioneer Award at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Previously Mr. Krach spent seven years at Rasna Corporation as a founding team member and chief operating officer, and played a key role in its acquisition by Parametric Technologies (NASDAQ: PMTC) for $500 million. He started his career at General Motors, was named its youngest vice president at 26, and spearheaded the company&#8217

Kevin is a seasoned entrepreneur with a long track record of developing innovative technologies into successful enterprises. Prior to Benchmark, Kevin was founder, president and CEO of Approach Software where he led the development of the world's first end-user client/server database for Windows. Approach Software was purchased by Lotus Development in 1993.Before founding Approach Software, Kevin founded Styleware and pioneered integrated software for the Apple II personal computer. Styleware was purchased by Claris Corporation where Kevin's team went on to create ClarisWorks, one of the best-selling software programs for the Macintosh.Investments: Boku, Broadbase Software, Bytemobile, Collabnet, Eucalyptus Systems, Ingenio (acquired by AT&T), Kana (KANA), Metaweb, MySQL (acquired by Sun), oDesk, oFoto (acquired by Kodak), Proofpoint, Red Hat Software (RHAT), RemarQ Communities (acquired by Critical Path), Rightscale, Tellme (acquired by Microsoft), Terracotta, When.com (acquired by America Online), Zimbra (acquired by Yahoo).Education: BSEE degree from Rice University, 1987.

Lisa Lambert is a vice-president of Intel Capital and the managing director of the Software and Services Sector. Lisa is a voting member of Intel Capital’s investment committee. Lisa joined Intel Capital in 1999. Prior to that, she held a Product Marketing Management position with Intel’s Desktop Products Group with responsibility for the Pentium II, III processor family. Prior to joining Intel, Lisa worked as a software developer (1989-1992) and in strategic planning, product marketing, and sales (1992-1995) at Owens-Corning. Lisa is on the board of directors (observer) for VCE, LLC, Endeca, CollabNet, Zend Technologies and is a director at X+1, Inc. Lisa has invested in and managed exits from VMware (IPO), Financial Engines (IPO), Kingsoft (IPO), Enjoyor (IPO), Tobesoft (IPO), MySQL (acquired by Sun), DATAllegro (acquired by Microsoft), JBoss (acquired by Red Hat), Accertify (acquired by AMEX), OpenFeint (acquired by Gree), Jajah (acquired by Telefonica), and CPower (acquired by Constellation Energy), among others. Lisa has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS/MIS from Pennsylvania State University.

Other Seats

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CollabNet VersionOne Management Team

14 Team Members

CollabNet VersionOne has 14 executives. CollabNet VersionOne's current Chief Executive Officer, President is William Portelli.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

William Portelli

Chief Executive Officer, President

Current

Brian Behlendorf

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Jack Repenning

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Tony Farinaro

Senior Vice President

Current

Flint Brenton

Chief Executive Officer, President

Former

Name

William Portelli

Brian Behlendorf

Jack Repenning

Tony Farinaro

Flint Brenton

Work History

Title

Chief Executive Officer, President

Chief Technology Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Senior Vice President

Chief Executive Officer, President

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Former

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