Backing exceptional management teams of leading Israeli technology companies in their quest for market leadership

Qumra Capital is an Israeli late-stage venture fund, focused on investments in the rapid growth of technology companies, aiming at transforming start-ups into global leaders in their field
We seek exceptional management teams with the drive and the capabilities to lead their companies to the summit

Past
Portfolio


Led by the investment team
Dune networks $200M Acquisition by Broadcom December 2009 (NASDAQ : BRCM) VISIT SITE
Varonis $1B IPO, NASDAQ February 2014 (NASDAQ : VRNS) VISIT SITE
Traiana $247M Acquisition by ICAP October 2007 (LSE : IAP) VISIT SITE
P-CUBE $200M Acquisition by Cisco Sys October 2004 (NASDAQ: CSCO) VISIT SITE
Aduva OnStage Acquisition by Sun Microsystems February 2006 VISIT SITE
Metalink $327M IPO, NASDAQ, December 1999 (NASDAQ : MTLK) VISIT SITE
Itemfield Acquired by Informatics Cor November 2006 (NASDAQ : INFA) VISIT SITE
Identify $150M Acquisition by BMC SW March 2006 (NASDAQ : BMCS) VISIT SITE
Exalink $550M Acquisition by Comverse December 2000 (NASDAQ : CMVT) VISIT SITE
Envara Acquisition by Intel June 2004 (NASDAQ: INTC) VISIT SITE
eglue Acquisition by Nice Systems June 2010 (NASDAQ : NICE) VISIT SITE
Pontis Acquired by Amdocs August 2016 (NASDAQ : DOX) VISIT SITE
Bigband $963M IPO, NASDAQ March 2007 (NASDAQ :BBND) VISIT SITE
AVT $175M IPO, Frankfurt Neuer Market, February 2000 (NEUM:VSJ) VISIT SITE
AeroScout $238M Acquisition by Stanley Black & Decker April 2012 (NASDAQ : SWK) VISIT SITE

Investment Strategy


Israel’s fertile ground for technological innovation that has produced many successful startups is maturing and as a result an increasing number of startups require later stage funding. Qumra Capital is dedicated to providing the financial vehicle for these companies' expansion.

Qumra focuses on investments in private technology companies that have moved beyond their research, product development and market validation, and are looking to boost sales and marketing activities of their products and services.

Qumra targets leading late-stage Israeli technology companies with the following attributes

  • Annual revenues exceeding $10M
  • Genuine market leadership potential
  • Sustained rapid growth
  • Strong management with the ambition and ability to build a large company
  • Proven technology and market need
  • A concrete strategy of accelerated growth through investment in sales and marketing