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“We were fortunate enough to receive multiple indications of interest in our funding round, and are very excited to have NEA join our team of supportive investors,” said Manish Sood, CEO of Reltio.


We are honored to have, NEACrosslink Capital and .406 Ventures as our investors.

Chetan Puttagunta, partner, NEA

Chetan joined NEA in 2011 and focuses on enterprise software. His investments at NEA include MuleSoft, Elastic, MongoDB, Acquia, Sentry, Swiftype, Forter, Placester, ScoutRFP, and Canopy. He was previously involved with Gaikai (acquired by Sony). He's been named to Forbes Magazine’s 2015 30 under 30 in Venture Capital and GrowthCap’s Top 40 under 40 Growth Investors.

Prior to joining NEA, Chetan was an investor with H.I.G. Capital’s Leveraged Buyout Group and a technology investment banker with Houlihan Lokey. Chetan earned his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

“Reltio’s growth in the multi-billion dollar data management market has been truly impressive,” said Chetan Puttagunta, Partner at NEA. “NEA looks to invest in disruptive technologies with large market potential and Reltio has solved an age old conundrum by bringing IT and business teams together, on a multifaceted, agile platform designed for CIOs, powering data-driven applications loved by business users. We’re particularly excited to join a team that is so passionate about guaranteeing reliable data, as it’s undeniably the foundation for data-driven insight and action.”


Jim joined Crosslink in 2002, bringing 20 years of technology investment banking and management experience to the firm. Jim’s prior positions included global head of technology investment banking at UBS, where he built a powerful global technology investment banking practice from scratch; Chief operating officer at Volpe Brown Whelan & Company, where he ran all aspects of the firm’s investment banking and brokerage operations and led the firm to record growth in revenue and market share prior to its acquisition by Prudential; and head of technology investment banking at Robertson Stephens, where he built the technology investment banking team into a leadership position in the industry.

The data-driven applications and data management market is exploding and Reltio is poised to play a major role,” said Jim Feuille, partner at Crosslink Capital. “Reltio is the first to put tailored data-driven applications into the hands of business users, with the data management compliance and discipline that IT requires. We look forward to playing a part in helping the company expand its product offerings, market reach and earnings.



As a recovering engineer (license to code was revoked in 2008, currently under appeal), Graham Brooks loves to geek out with techie founders.  He joined .406 Ventures in 2007, after nine years of technology-oriented operating, investing and start-up experience.  At .406 he focuses on early-stage investments in BigData, Healthcare, Digital Video and AdTech.  Graham also runs the firm’s university outreach initiatives including the .406 StudentFellows program.

As an investor focused on data and analytics, we’ve reviewed many companies focused on data management, big data analytics, machine learning and industry applications. While these solutions are incredibly strong, they often struggle to deliver value to the business user because they aren’t a full solution. Reltio Cloud is disrupting these technology silos, by providing an end-to-end platform that incorporates the technologies, data and capabilities to connect raw data directly to business value. When applied as a healthcare and life sciences industry cloud solution, Reltio delivers data-driven applications directly into the hands of these organizations’ Sales, Marketing and Compliance teams to enable them to be right faster, and let their people do their jobs better.