|De Pauw University, BA||1986|
|Columbia University, Business School, MBA||1990|
Prior to joining Rembrandt Venture Partners Douglas Schrier was at Argo Global Capital since 2001 where he was a Senior Partner. Doug has been involved in funding, managing, and developing technology companies for over 20 years. His prior experience includes being Senior Vice-President for Acquisitions and Strategic Ventures at SAIC in La Jolla, CA. While at SAIC, Doug was responsible for investing over $90 million in nine companies, as well as being responsible for commercial, acquisitions and joint ventures. Doug was co-founder, COO and CFO of Multum Information Services and President of Ceon Corporation where collectively he raised over $75 million. Doug has also held positions at Salomon Brothers Inc., where he was an Associate in Venture Capital and at Prudential-Bache Capital Funding where he worked as an Associate in Corporate Finance.
Doug has been a member of private and public boards including; Solect Technology Group (acquired by Amdocs), Multum Information Systems (acquired by Cerner Corporation), VocalData (acquired by Tekelec), Conita (acquired by Avaya), ODS networks (ODSN/NASDAQ), Ceon, Narad Networks, Digital Bridges, World Wide Packets, Cosmocom and uReach. Doug was also a board observer for investments in Nuance Communications (NUAN/NASDAQ), Nuera Communications (acquired by Audio Codes (AUDC/NASDAQ) and Convio (CNVO/NASDAQ). Doug currently sits on the boards of Electric Cloud, Proximetry, Aptana, and Zenprise. Also, Doug currently mentors through Columbiaâ€™s Private Equity Mentorship Program.
Doug received his MBA from Columbia Business School in 1990 and his undergraduate degree in Economics/Pre-Med from DePauw University in 1986.
When Doug is not looking for new investments, working with his portfolio companies, or spending time with his wife and two children, he spends time cycling and skiing.