The Top 7 VC Investors In Late-Stage US Software Companies

The Top 7 VC Investors In Late-Stage US Software Companies
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Docker has raised about $62 million of a $75 million late-stage funding round, per an SEC filing. The company, which provides a software container platform, is valued at roughly $1.3 billion with the new financing.


Since the beginning of 2015, 1,533 VC investors have participated in at least one of the 1,403 late-stage deals conducted in the US software industry, per the PitchBook Platform. Of those deals, 45.5% have gone to companies based in California, followed by New York (13.3%) and Massachusetts (8.9%).

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Here are the seven most active late-stage venture investors in US software startups since the beginning of 2015, along with their investment counts:

1. Accel (52)

2. NEA (50)

3. Battery Ventures (43)

4. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (42)

5. Bain Capital Ventures (41)

6. Andreessen Horowitz (40)

7. Bessemer Venture Partners (39)

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