James Cham, a Vice President in the Menlo Park office, focuses on internet and software investments.
2005, James joined BVP from Boston Consulting Group. He had previously led teams that designed award-winning web applications at ZEFER (now part of NEC). James started his career at Accenture as a technology consultant, where he built enterprise applications for clients in the financial, defense, and retail industries.
James received his MBA from MIT's Sloan School, where he was a Siebel Scholar. He earned his bachelor's degree in computer science from Harvard University.
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