Ignition Partners, which last year raised a $200 million sixth fund to invest in enterprise software, announced it has added Nick Triantos as a venture partner. Triantos, 47, will work out of the firm’s Los Altos, California-based office. He says he will focus on enterprise software deals that incorporate artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual reality/augmented reality and cybersecurity.
Previously, Triantos was with the research firm SRI International, where he was managing director of the ventures team.
As an entrepreneur, Triantos has worked for several startups, including ionGrid, where he was founder and chief executive. The company was acquired by NetApp in 2013. Earlier in his career, he was a partner at Quantum Technology Partners, and he was a board director of Sand Hill Angels.
Photo of Nick Triantos courtesy of Ignition Partners
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the age of Nick Triantos. He is 47.
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