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Qpass

qpass.com

Founded Year

1997

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$96.5M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

About Qpass

Qpass provides digital commerce software and solutions for mobile service providers, convergent service providers, and media companies. It enables the buying and selling of digital goods and services, as well as manages the digital commerce transaction process, including content sourcing, merchandising and delivery, and billing and customer care.

Headquarters Location

2211 Elliott Avenue Suite 400

Seattle, Washington, 98121,

United States

206-447-6000

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Latest Qpass News

Chase Franklin

Jan 13, 2014

By cadbeard  |  Posted January 12, 2014        Chief of Strategy for Content and Media Chase Franklin International Chase Franklin is Chief of Strategy for Content and Media at Amdocs, the leader in providing Intentional Customer Management systems for world’s largest telecommunications, cable and satellite companies. Prior to Amdocs, Chase was a co-founder and CEO of Qpass, Inc. Under Chase’s leadership the company grew from a startup to more than 200 employees with offices in North America and Europe, before committing to a restructuring that reduced headcount to 50 and committed the company to a new strategy and market. The restructuring ultimately paved the way for five years of rapid growth, culminating in a $275 million liquidity event. Prior to founding Qpass in 1997, Chase Franklin spent more than a decade at Microsoft Corporation in key product development and strategic management positions . Chase played a key role in Microsoft’s transition from individual application to the suite that became Microsoft Office. He was part of the original design team for Word for Windows before transitioning to focus on the integration and interoperation of the elements of Microsoft Office. Subsequently, he spearheaded some of Microsoft’s earliest e-commerce strategy and new business development initiatives. In this role he led planning initiatives for key aspects of the original programming on Microsoft’s interactive television and MSN initiatives, including interactive advertising, online retailing, and other network commerce service businesses. As Microsoft shifted strategy in the mid-1990s to address the emerging Internet, Chase formed and led the team that partnered with Wal-Mart and created the first release of the Microsoft Merchant Server product. Chase also pioneered Microsoft’s initiatives in secure Internet payments, including SET. Chase holds 3 patents relating to the design of various Microsoft and Qpass technologies or applications. Chase has a double BS in Mathematics and Economics from Western Washington University. Chase also serves on the Board of Directors for New Futures, a non-profit that offers after-school, literacy and other programs for disadvantaged children.

Qpass Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Qpass founded?

    Qpass was founded in 1997.

  • Where is Qpass's headquarters?

    Qpass's headquarters is located at 2211 Elliott Avenue, Seattle.

  • What is Qpass's latest funding round?

    Qpass's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Qpass raise?

    Qpass raised a total of $96.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Qpass?

    Investors of Qpass include Amdocs, GGV Capital, Venrock, Oak Investment Partners, SeaPoint Ventures and 17 more.

  • Who are Qpass's competitors?

    Competitors of Qpass include ShopKick and 4 more.

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