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Board of Directors

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ProfitLine Board of Directors

2 Board of directors

ProfitLine has 2 board of directors, including Douglas Carlisle.

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Douglas Carlisle

Doug has been at Menlo since 1982 and focuses on investments in the information technology sector. His current board seats and investments include nLight Photonics and Vidyo. Doug’s prior investments include Aeroscout, acquired by Stanley Healthcare Solutions, a division of Stanley Black and Decker (SWK), Ansible, acquired by Red Hat (RHT), Carrier Access Corporation (CACS), Cellfire, acquired by Catalina Marketing, Check, acquired by Intuit (INTU), Cyras Systems, acquired by CIENA Corp. (CIEN), Efficient Networks, acquired by Siemens (SI), HNC Software, merged into Fair Isaacs (FICO), Hotmail, sold to Microsoft (MSFT), IronPort Systems, acquired by Cisco (CSCO), Kalpana, acquired by Cisco (CSCO), Lytx, acquired by GTCR, Octel Communications (OTL), Open Solutions (OSI), Pyxis, acquired by Cardinal Health (CAH), RF Surgical, acquired by Medtronic (MDT), and Stratacom, acquired by Cisco (CSCO). Doug received his bachelor of science in electrical engineering and computer sciences from UC Berkeley and holds a JD/MBA joint degree from Stanford University. He and his wife, Lauri Sanders, live in Portola Valley where they raised their six children, including a set of triplets. Doug enjoys flying and is an instrument-rated private pilot with approximately 2,000 hours in his Pilatus PC-12. Current Investments LiveOps nLight Scality Vidyo Prior Investments Aeroscout, acquired by Stanley Healthcare Solutions, a division of Stanley Black and Decker (SWK) Ansible, acquired by Red Hat (RHT) Carrier Access Corporation (CACS) Cellfire, acquired by Catalina Marketing Check, acquired by Intuit Cyras Systems, acquired by CIENA Corp. (CIEN) Efficient Networks, acquired by Siemens (SI) HNC Software, merged into Fair Isaacs (FICO) Hotmail, acquired by Microsoft (MSFT) IronPort Systems, acquired by Cisco (CSCO) Kalpana, acquired by Cisco (CSCO) Lytx, acquired by GTCR Octel Communications (OTL) Open Solutions (OPEN) Pyxis, acquired by Cardinal Health (CAH) RF Surgical, acquired by Medtronic (MDT) Stratacom, acquired by Cisco (CSCO)

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Eric Byunn

Eric co-founded Centana Growth Partners and has spent over 25 years in growth equity investing and technology product management. Prior to Centana, he spent 13 years at FTV Capital where he was a partner, served on the management committee, and led investments in enterprise technology related to the financial services industry. Before joining FTV, Eric was Director of Online Services at myCFO, a start-up wealth management firm. He joined myCFO from America Online, where he held several roles including management of Netscape's Personal Finance Channel. Prior to the acquisition of Netscape by AOL, Eric led product management for the Netscape Navigator browser. He has also worked at Microsoft and McKinsey & Company. Eric currently serves on the Boards of Athennian, Beacon Platform, Ease, Jumio, SheerID, Teikametrics, and Vena, and previously led investments in companies including Centro, Cloudmark (acquired by Proofpoint), Coremetrics (acquired by IBM), Covario (acquired by Dentsu Aegis Network), GMI (acquired by WPP), KVS (acquired by Veritas), One Inc (acquired by Great Hill Partners), MarketShare Partners (acquired by Neustar), PSS Systems (acquired by IBM), Sourcecode/K2, Varicent (acquired by IBM) and Vindicia (acquired by Amdocs). Eric received an MBA from Stanford University, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar, and received an AB summa cum laude from Harvard University, where he focused on economics and computer science, and received the Williams Prize, awarded to the top economics concentrator in the graduating class.

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Douglas Carlisle

Eric Byunn

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Work History

Doug has been at Menlo since 1982 and focuses on investments in the information technology sector. His current board seats and investments include nLight Photonics and Vidyo. Doug’s prior investments include Aeroscout, acquired by Stanley Healthcare Solutions, a division of Stanley Black and Decker (SWK), Ansible, acquired by Red Hat (RHT), Carrier Access Corporation (CACS), Cellfire, acquired by Catalina Marketing, Check, acquired by Intuit (INTU), Cyras Systems, acquired by CIENA Corp. (CIEN), Efficient Networks, acquired by Siemens (SI), HNC Software, merged into Fair Isaacs (FICO), Hotmail, sold to Microsoft (MSFT), IronPort Systems, acquired by Cisco (CSCO), Kalpana, acquired by Cisco (CSCO), Lytx, acquired by GTCR, Octel Communications (OTL), Open Solutions (OSI), Pyxis, acquired by Cardinal Health (CAH), RF Surgical, acquired by Medtronic (MDT), and Stratacom, acquired by Cisco (CSCO). Doug received his bachelor of science in electrical engineering and computer sciences from UC Berkeley and holds a JD/MBA joint degree from Stanford University. He and his wife, Lauri Sanders, live in Portola Valley where they raised their six children, including a set of triplets. Doug enjoys flying and is an instrument-rated private pilot with approximately 2,000 hours in his Pilatus PC-12. Current Investments LiveOps nLight Scality Vidyo Prior Investments Aeroscout, acquired by Stanley Healthcare Solutions, a division of Stanley Black and Decker (SWK) Ansible, acquired by Red Hat (RHT) Carrier Access Corporation (CACS) Cellfire, acquired by Catalina Marketing Check, acquired by Intuit Cyras Systems, acquired by CIENA Corp. (CIEN) Efficient Networks, acquired by Siemens (SI) HNC Software, merged into Fair Isaacs (FICO) Hotmail, acquired by Microsoft (MSFT) IronPort Systems, acquired by Cisco (CSCO) Kalpana, acquired by Cisco (CSCO) Lytx, acquired by GTCR Octel Communications (OTL) Open Solutions (OPEN) Pyxis, acquired by Cardinal Health (CAH) RF Surgical, acquired by Medtronic (MDT) Stratacom, acquired by Cisco (CSCO)

Eric co-founded Centana Growth Partners and has spent over 25 years in growth equity investing and technology product management. Prior to Centana, he spent 13 years at FTV Capital where he was a partner, served on the management committee, and led investments in enterprise technology related to the financial services industry. Before joining FTV, Eric was Director of Online Services at myCFO, a start-up wealth management firm. He joined myCFO from America Online, where he held several roles including management of Netscape's Personal Finance Channel. Prior to the acquisition of Netscape by AOL, Eric led product management for the Netscape Navigator browser. He has also worked at Microsoft and McKinsey & Company. Eric currently serves on the Boards of Athennian, Beacon Platform, Ease, Jumio, SheerID, Teikametrics, and Vena, and previously led investments in companies including Centro, Cloudmark (acquired by Proofpoint), Coremetrics (acquired by IBM), Covario (acquired by Dentsu Aegis Network), GMI (acquired by WPP), KVS (acquired by Veritas), One Inc (acquired by Great Hill Partners), MarketShare Partners (acquired by Neustar), PSS Systems (acquired by IBM), Sourcecode/K2, Varicent (acquired by IBM) and Vindicia (acquired by Amdocs). Eric received an MBA from Stanford University, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar, and received an AB summa cum laude from Harvard University, where he focused on economics and computer science, and received the Williams Prize, awarded to the top economics concentrator in the graduating class.

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ProfitLine Management Team

6 Team Members

ProfitLine has 6 executives. ProfitLine's founder is Rick Valencia. ProfitLine's former Chief Executive Officer is Andreas Schenck.

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Rick Valencia

Founder

Current

Andreas Schenck

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Thorwald H. Herbert

Chief Technology Officer

Former

Kip Quackenbush

Executive Vice President

Former

Brett Lindsey

Senior Vice President

Former

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Rick Valencia

Andreas Schenck

Thorwald H. Herbert

Kip Quackenbush

Brett Lindsey

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Chief Technology Officer

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