CallMiner is fortunate to be backed by several leading venture capital firms in the U.S. Our investment partners provide the support and resources we need to build CallMiner into a great company, and they’ve been by our side through every phase of our growth.

Together we are making extraordinary things happen.

Florida Growth Fund

Established in 2009 to enhance Florida’s capacity for development, growth and innovation. On behalf of the Florida State Board of Administration, Hamilton Lane actively pursues private equity investment opportunities for the Florida Growth Fund. The Fund has $250 million under management. Our experienced investment professionals guide these opportunities through our rigorous due diligence process into one of two structures: private equity investments and directly into companies through a co-investment with another institutional investor.


In-Q-Tel is a private, independent, not-for-profit venture group funded by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Launched in 1999, In-Q-Tel’s mission is to identify and invest in companies developing cutting-edge information technologies that serve United States national security interests. Working from an evolving strategic blueprint that defines the CIA’s critical information technology needs, In-Q-Tel engages with entrepreneurs, established companies, researchers and venture capitalists to deliver technologies that pay out in superior intelligence capabilities for the CIA and the larger Intelligence Community.

Inflexion Fund

Inflexion Fund, L.P., managed by Inflexion Partners, is a seed and early-stage venture capital fund organized with an emphasis on company building and harnessing regional, national, and international resources of the fund’s managers and strategic partners. Inflexion is the first and only Florida fund leveraging a network venture capital model involving some of the largest institutional investors in the country. Florida is a national venture treasure in that ideas, technology and entrepreneurs are plentiful but sophisticated venture capital is in short supply. Inflexion Fund was created to harness this untapped potential by investing locally and building companies on a national scale.

Intersouth Partners

Intersouth Partners is one of the most active and experienced early-stage venture funds in the country, having invested in more than 80 private companies over the last two decades. Founded in 1985, Intersouth Partners manages more than $780 million in seven venture capital limited partnerships, making it the largest venture capital fund in North Carolina and one of the largest in the Southeast. Based in Durham, North Carolina, Intersouth Partners seeks a broad range of seed and early-stage investment opportunities throughout the Southeast, focusing on the technology and life sciences sectors.

New Spring Capital

New Spring Capital was founded in 1999 and invests in dynamic companies with the goal of partnering with management teams to develop their businesses into market leaders.  This philosophy has been a key tenet of NewSpring Capital’s approach to investing, and the success of our current and former portfolio companies demonstrates our commitment to offer consistent advice and support through any economic cycle.

Sigma Partners

Sigma Partners, founded in 1984, is a leading early-stage venture capital firm. The sigma team uses their deep operational experience to provide entrepreneurs with practical strategic counsel through every phase of company growth. With over $2 billion under management and bicoastal offices, Sigma invests in innovative technology startups across the United States. The team is currently investing Sigma Fund 8, a $500 million fund raised in 2007. Some of the market leading companies in which Sigma has invested include Atria, Cascade, Clarify, EqualLogic, Internet Security Systems, KLA-Tencor, m-Qube, Octel, Topio, VeriFone, Vermeer, Vignette and Virtusa. For more information, please visit

Village Ventures

Village Ventures is an early stage venture capital firm investing in exceptional entrepreneurs building technology and life science companies in emerging domestic geographies. Village Ventures identifies these investment opportunities in partnership with its proprietary nationwide network of early stage venture capital funds that are focused on these emerging domestic geographic markets. Venture capital is a local business, and Village Ventures has built its enterprise around the deeply integrated local VC who knows regional entrepreneurs and is familiar with local opportunities. The Village Ventures structure allows local VCs to utilize a national framework of world-class services and investment support. Because capital alone does not ensure success, Village Ventures also offers back-office support for the fund network and growth resources for entrepreneurs. The combination of local capital and Point Judith’s hands-on investment practices – backed by Village Ventures’ centralized services and national network – has created an innovative investment strategy, one that is bearing substantive results in the areas of fund raising and deal flow.