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Jason R. Tagler

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Jason is a Partner of Camden Partners and joined the firm in 2005. He has led growth equity investments in software, technology-enabled services, and business services companies. Jason currently represents Camden Partners on the boards of the following companies: Tracx, a social media platform that helps companies hear and react to the full conversation online; OutMatch, a SaaS platform and data analytics for talent management across the employee lifecycle; Proposal Software, a SaaS platform that helps companies respond to RFPs faster, improve the efficiency of their sales force, and accelerate sales; and Steelwedge Software, a leader in cloud supply chain planning solutions.

Jason led the Series B round, and served on the board, of Prolexic Technologies, a cloud-based cyber-security company that was acquired by Akamai Technologies for $415 million in 2014. He served on the board of Ranir, a private-label products and services company, from 2008 to 2016. He has also been involved in Synchronoss, which provides cloud solutions for communication service providers, RealPage, a SaaS platform for the rental housing industry, and WageWorks, a SaaS platform for administering consumer-directed benefits.

Prior to Camden Partners, Jason’s career was focused on software – both developing software and providing investment banking advisory services to software and technology companies. He started his career as a technology consultant at Price Waterhouse Consulting in New York City, developing software solutions for investment banking clients. Jason then moved into a software project coordinator role at a financial software company in San Francisco. From 1999 to 2003, he executed on over $3.0 billion of IPO and M&A transactions for software and technology companies while at Robertson Stephens, a technology investment bank in San Francisco, and Alliant Partners, a boutique technology investment bank in Silicon Valley (which was acquired by SVB).

Jason earned both a B.S. in Applied Economics and an M.B.A from Cornell University. He is also an advisory board member of Betamore, a member of the Baltimore Angels, and a CFA charterholder.

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1996

Price Waterhouse Consultants
IT Consultant

1998

Thomson Reuters
Software Project Coordinator

1999

Robertson Stephens
Investment Banking

2001

Silicon Valley Bank
Investment Banking

2005

Camden Partners
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