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2005 Big Deals List: Private Financings

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Archives - April 2006
Saturday, April 01, 2006
The 2005 Big Deals List Researched by Perkins Coie LLP
PRIVATE FINANCINGS
Issuer/location Issuer's business Month Type of deal Deal size Investors (unless otherwise noted)
Attensa
Portland
Real simple syndication (“RSS”) software Dec Preferred stock $9m RSS Investors, SmartForest Ventures, Capybara Ventures and Second Avenue Partners

Chockstone
Portland
Transaction processing for store-value cards Aug Preferred stock NWD Private investors

Clinicient
Portland
Medical reimbursement software Aug Common and preferred stock $1.2m Fluffco, Northwest Technology Ventures, Capyabara Ventures, and others

Corrigo
Wilsonville
On-demand work order and service management solutions May Preferred stock $10m Sierra Ventures, Asset Management Company, Amicus, Sycamore Ventures and other private investors

Fios
Portland
Litigation software and services Aug Preferred stock $6.5m 3i, Banyan Capital Partners, Digital Partners, FBR CoMotion Venture Partners and Fluke Venture Partners

Home Comfort Zones
Beaverton
Residential temperature and energy management systems Nov Preferred stock $3.5m Private investors

Inovise Medical
Portland
Medical devices Dec Preferred stock and convertible securities $8.3m Kinetic Capital, MDS Capital and other investors

Kryptiq
Hillsboro
Healthcare software Apr Preferred stock $7.1m Shelter Capital Partners, SmartForest Ventures, Voyager Capital and other private investors

Lucy Activewear
Portland
Clothing retailer Jul Preferred stock $20.3m Chico’s FAS, Lone Pine Capital, Maveron, Oak Investment Partners, and Sutter Hill

Monsoon
Portland
E-commerce implementation software Sep Preferred stock NWD Private investors

MusicStrands
Corvallis
Recommendation software technology Oct Preferred stock $1.35m Debaeque Venture Capital and other private investors

Octavian Scientific
Portland
Semiconductor test technology Sep Preferred stock $6.6m OVP Venture Partners, TL Ventures, and Northwest Technology Ventures

Octavian Scientific
Portland
Semiconductor test technology Dec Preferred stock $2m NWD

Pacific Star Communications
Portland
Network and communications hardware, software and services Oct Preferred stock and convertible securities $4.5m Fluke Ventures, Invest America, and Benaroya Ventures

Phoseon Technology
Hillsboro
Optical technology Mar Preferred stock $6.4m SmartForest Ventures, Fluke Venture Partners, PacRim Venture Partners and Capybara Ventures

Respond2
Portland
Direct response television agency Feb Preferred stock NWD Lake Capital

Serveron
Hillsboro
Electric utility instruments and monitoring systems Sep Preferred stock $1m Siemens Venture Capital, Perseus 2000, Ventures West Management, El Dorado Investment Company, Nth Power, Cascadia Pacific Management and Oregon Life Sciences

SignaCert
Portland
Computer security Dec Preferred stock $10m Intel Capital, Doll Capital Management, Smart Forest Ventures and Garage Technology Ventures

Thetus
Portland
Knowledge discovery software Sep Preferred stock NWD In-Q-Tel

Tut Systems
Lake Oswego
Video and data services Jul Common stock and convertible securities $14.9m Institutional investors

VeriWave
Beaverton
Wireless LAN testing products Jun Preferred stock $10m Woodside Fund, US Venture Partners and TL Ventures

Wellpartner
Portland
Home delivery pharmacy solutions Jan Common and preferred stock $14m Scorpion Capital Partners and others

Wellpartner
Portland
Home delivery pharmacy solutions Nov Common and preferred stock $2m Scorpion Capital Partners and others

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Tell us about any Big Deals that involve at least one Oregon or Southwest Washington company. We’re looking for mergers and acquisitions of $2.5 million of more, and divestitures and public and private transactions of $1 million or more that occured in 2006. Contact Brent Bullock at Perkins Coie LLP, 503.727.2000, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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