- About Us
"Adaptive Planning lives and breathes innovation."
- Craig Schiff, CEO, BPM Partners
"Everyone wants to learn Adaptive Planning -- even our sales managers!"
- Joe Deboth, Corporate Controller, TMW Systems
"By implementing Adaptive Planning and moving our process online, we decreased our budget cycle by 36%."
- Trisha Logue, Budget and Finance Director, Skagit County
"Adaptive Planning offered a significant improvement over Excel -- without incurring large capital costs."
- Jennifer Meyers, VP Finance, Westerra Credit Union
"Adaptive Planning was one of the most successful roll-outs of software ever experienced at NPD."
- Wendy Baum, CFO, NPD Group
Adaptive Planning's Board of Directors is an exceptional group of individuals who have advised and established many of the premier companies of Silicon Valley.
Sergio brings to NVP extensive operational and venture capital experience from a wide range of business and consumer technology companies. He is focused on early and growth investments in the digital media, mobile, and social areas. His current investments and board seats include Adaptive Planning, Bionic Panda Games, BranchOut, Motif Investing, Rafter, and a couple of stealth projects and various stealth seed investments. Sergio was previously on the board of The DealMap (acquired by Google), myYearbook (acquired by Quepasa), and StarCite (acquired by The Active Network). He is a board participant and is involved with Lending Club.
Most recently, Sergio was Vice President of Marketing at Photobucket, which was successfully sold to News Corp. for $300 million in 2007. Prior to PhotoBucket, Sergio was Director of Marketing & Business Development at eBay, which he grew from $150 million to more than $500 in gross merchandise sales.
Previously Sergio was marketing and business development manager at Portal Software (now part of Oracle) which had a successful Initial Public Offering in 1999, and was co-founder and first business development executive at Cymerc, a hosted SaaS solution for small and medium-sized businesses. He started his career at Morgan Stanley, where he advised several companies on mergers and acquisitions. Sergio holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor of science degree in management sciences and engineering (industrial engineering) from Stanford University.
Robert Antoniades oversees and manages the RBC Venture Partners' portfolio on behalf of RBC. Robert joined RBC Venture Partners as a Managing Director in 2004 and led direct investments in a broad range of software and technology companies ranging from enterprise software to information security and from insurance applications to sales and trading platforms. Robert also used his expertise in venture capital to assist in the development and commercialization of emerging technologies developed within RBC.
Prior to RBC, Robert was a Vice President at BMO Nesbitt Burns Equity Partners and Executive Director of CIBC Capital Partners' Silicon Valley office in Menlo Park where he collectively made investments in financial services software, internet service providers, enterprise and internet software, e-healthcare, wireless application development, security products, optical networking and semiconductor companies, among others. Robert has over 15 years of venture capital investing experience.
Robert currently serves on the Boards of Placemark Investments, Infobright Software, Verafin, Adaptive Planning, Brickstream and Igloo Software. Prior boards include Varicent (acquired by IBM) and ITM Software (acquired by BMC). Additionally, Robert is the Past Chair of the Distress Centres of Toronto, current Chair of Flemingdon Neighbourhood Services and, Chair and co-founder of the Upside Foundation of Canada.
Robert has a broad base of transaction and industry experience as a capital markets professional including Equity Research, Institutional Sales & Trading, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Private Equity. Robert has a BBA from Wilfrid Laurier University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst, a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute and a Certified Investment Manager.
Terry Opdendyk has specialized in working with technology based start-ups for more than 30 years. He founded ONSET Ventures, a premiere Silicon Valley venture capital firm, in 1984. He is Managing Director and General Partner at ONSET.
Prior to launching the firm, Terry was president of VisiCorp, guiding the software publishing company from inception into an industry leader. Early in his career, Terry worked as a technical manager for Hewlett-Packard as a part of the original group of individuals that started HP's computer business. He later headed Intel Corporation's microcomputer systems business, microprocessor architecture activities, several international ventures and human resources.
At ONSET Ventures, Terry maintains a broad spectrum of investment interests including software, communications and new drug delivery technologies. He serves on the boards of both public and private companies, such as Arcot, APX, Callidus, Nextance and Adaptive Planning.
One of Terry's passions is teaching. He works with students each year at the leading business schools, focusing on the fundamentals of building successful businesses. He currently is a Fellow at the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Haas School of Business, University of California.
Terry received a B.S. from the Michigan State University Honors College and a M.S. from Stanford University.