Jason R. Tagler
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. Prior to that, he developed software and provided investment banking advisory services to technology and business services companies.
Jason currently serves on the boards of OutMatch, Proposal Software, Tracx and Viventium. His previous board roles include Steelwedge Software (acquired by E2open in 2017), Prolexic Technologies (acquired by Akamai for $415 million in 2014), Ranir, and IncentOne (acquired by Welltok in 2013).
Jason started his career as a technology consultant at Price Waterhouse Consulting in New York City, developing software solutions. He then moved into a software project coordinator role at a financial software company in San Francisco. From 1999 to 2003, he worked in investment banking and executed on IPO and M&A transactions for software and technology companies while at Robertson Stephens (investment bank in San Francisco) and Alliant Partners (investment bank in Palo Alto that was acquired by SVB).
Jason’s volunteer work is focused on Pitch Creator, an online learning platform dedicated to teaching entrepreneurs/CEOs how to pitch investors and raise equity capital for their businesses. He is also an advisory board member of Betamore, which provides education and shared work space to entrepreneurs in Baltimore.
Jason earned both a B.S. in Applied Economics and an M.B.A from Cornell University. He is also a CFA charterholder.
Price Waterhouse Consultants
Software Project Coordinator
Silicon Valley Bank