Theta Lake’s compliance and security solution enables customers to unlock the power of modern communication tools and bring peace of mind to all stakeholders – including compliance, IT collaboration, security and end-users. Our multi-award winning cloud-native platform was purpose-built for the challenges of today’s increasingly digital and distributed world of work, and includes certified integration partnerships with the world’s leading unified-communication and online-meeting providers such as Webex by Cisco, Microsoft 365 and Teams, RingCentral, Salesforce, Symphony, Verint, Vidyard, Zoom, and many more.
Theta Lake’s patented category-defining technology and design leverages true machine and deep learning (ML and DL), natural-language processing (NLP), and enhanced user experience to capture, archive, detect, and surface risks across video, visual, voice, chat, document, and email content. With flexible deployment options, Theta Lake can capture, archive, and act as an archive connector for existing archives of record for today’s leading modern communication tools.
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Dharmesh also previously backed Bridgecrew (acquired by Palo Alto Networks), Confluent (NASDAQ: CFLT), JASK (acquired by Sumo Logic), JFrog (NASDAQ: FROG), Sensu (acquired by Sumo Logic) and Reflektion (acquired by Sitecore). And since 2020, he has made seed investments in Atmosec, Bit.io, Excision Biotherapeutics, LucidLane, Neuron7, Privacera, Reflect Software and Viam Robotics.
Prior to Battery, Dharmesh was a managing director at Intel Capital, where he led the firm’s global cloud and big-data practice and made early- and later-stage investments in companies globally. He also assisted in long-range strategic planning for Intel’s $14 billion datacenter group. At Intel Capital, Dharmesh was an active board member or investor with companies including: BlueData (acquired by HP Enterprise); Cloudera (NYSE: CLDR); DynamicOps (acquired by VMware); ElasticBox (acquired by CenturyLink); Enlighted (acquired by Siemens); Guavus (acquired by Thales SA); Maginatics (acquired by EMC); Mirantis; MongoDB (Nasdaq: MDB); Movidius (acquired by Intel); Saffron Tech (acquired by Intel); ScienceLogic; Vexata; and Yottaa.
Before joining Intel Capital, Dharmesh spent almost a decade in product management and go-to-market roles with enterprise-software companies like Keynote Systems (Nasdaq: KEYN), Manhattan Associates (Nasdaq: MANH) and two other startups leading to their acquisition. In 2016, Dharmesh was named to the Forbes Midas Brink list of up-and-coming venture capitalists, and in 2018 he was included on Business Insider’s 23 Top Venture Capitalists in Enterprise Tech list. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a BS in electrical engineering, Dharmesh also holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business.
He is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal and TechCrunch, and has a regular column in Forbes.