About Us

Together, we work toward the shared goal of helping market-leading
technology companies realize a higher trajectory of growth and success.

Our Beginnings

Delta-v Capital was founded in 2009 by Rand Lewis and Dave Schaller. The founders envisioned a new kind of private technology investment firm that focused on providing secondary liquidity to management teams, founders, and early investors. While initially a novel concept, secondary liquidity has become widely accepted and common place throughout the technology ecosystem as companies continue to take longer to exit or go public.

Our Growth

While we now manage over $1 billion in assets, we started out with just a $30 million fund and leveraged our wealth of experience of founding, operating, and investing in growth technology companies to create unique opportunities and partner with market-leading companies. Our diverse network of industry contacts, extensive experience in creative deal structuring, and direct and straight-forward approach to diligence and deal execution contributed to Delta-v’s growth over the years. Today, we continue to seek minority investments across technology sectors, including Cybersecurity, Digital Infrastructure, DevOps, Cloud Services, Software-as-a-Service, Wellness & Lifestyle Technology, and Information Services.

Our Promise to You

In order to be more supportive and flexible relative to capital needs, we expanded our scope over time to include primary growth capital. In addition to solving for diverging liquidity needs, we provide the resources at times necessary for a company to achieve its growth potential. In every transaction, we come to the table as a flexible partner who strives for a win-win outcome.

Delta-v Values

Be Real

by acting in a direct, transparent, honest, and ethical manner

Be a Partner

by collaborating and investing in the success of others

Make an Impact

through innovative thinking, flexibility, and diversity of perspectives

Expect Excellence

from ourselves and each other

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