SlideRocket, the first and only complete online presentation solution, provides premium communication tools through innovative and compelling software-as-a-service to let you present the right message, to the right audience, at the right time. SlideRocket gives everyone the power to make great presentations, communicate effectively with colleagues, impress customers and captivate audiences. SlideRocket launched to the public in November 2008. In March 2013, SlideRocket was acquired by ClearSlide from VMWare. The valuation of SlideRocket was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.
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May 1, 2013
VMware wasn’t kidding early this year when it said it would divest itself of non-core businesses. In March Clearslide bought Sliderocket from VMware. Now Pramati, a technology incubator, isÂ acquiring the assets of WaveMaker, another acquisition that VMware apparently reconsidered. Terms were not disclosed. Two years ago, VMware purchased WaveMaker and its technology for simplifying the construction of enterprise Java applications and made it part of its SpringSource business unit. As GigaOM’s Derrick Harris wrote at the time, Rod Johnson, who was then head of that business, said Wavemaker made sense because: ” … applications developed with it actually are Spring applications. That means VMware can tightly align WaveMaker and Spring developments to make WaveMaker an even more fulfilling experience, and after simple applications are built using WaveMaker, an organizationâs Spring developers can go in and code away to make it work even better. When it comes to developing Java applications, VMware now has something for almost everybody, and it all works together at some level.” The mystery here is that SpringSource and associated technologies were spun off to the VMware-EMC-founded Pivotal startup. Why WaveMaker was not included is unclear to me. I’ve pinged Pivotal for comment and will update with a response. Pramati co-founder and president Vijay Pullur said former Wavemaker exec Michael Harper is with his company, which is expanding into cloud infrastructure. WaveMaker technologies could play a roll in an upcomingÂ cloud venture, he said. According to the press release announcing the news: Â ”WaveMaker applications are cloud-ready, highly scalable, multi-device, and backed by a strong developer community that has doubled to 35,000 active monthly users over the last two years. With its long heritage of mission-critical Java application development, Pramati expects to accelerate this growth going forward.” In other words: stay tuned. Related research and analysis from GigaOM Pro:Subscriber content. Sign up for a free trial.Infrastructure Overview, Q2 2010What VMware’s SpringSource Acquisition Means for MicrosoftInfrastructure Q2: Big data and PaaS gain more momentum
SlideRocket Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was SlideRocket founded?
SlideRocket was founded in 2006.
Where is SlideRocket's headquarters?
SlideRocket's headquarters is located at 251 South Van Ness, San Francisco.
What is SlideRocket's latest funding round?
SlideRocket's latest funding round is Acquired - II.
How much did SlideRocket raise?
SlideRocket raised a total of $7M.
Who are the investors of SlideRocket?
Investors of SlideRocket include ClearSlide, VMware, Aspenwood Ventures and Azure Capital Partners.
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