Pete Grillo has been active in Portland-area high-technology firms for more than 20 years. In 1997, Pete founded WeSync.com, a venture-backed Web and wireless data synchronization company. WeSync.com became widely recognized for its innovation and advanced technologies, which lead to its acquisition by Palm, Inc. in February 2001.
Previously, Pete co-founded ProTools, Inc., a venture-backed developer of network management applications, which was acquired by Network General, and co-founded DWB Associates, a software-consulting firm. In May of 2007, Pete formed iterasi, Inc.
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
Member of the Board of Directors
|May 2, 2011||Silicon Florist - Pete Grillo talks Iterasi, startups, naming, investors, and getting the band back together|
|Mar 2, 2011||Silicon Florist - Why is Portland a good town for startups?|
|Dec 1, 2010||Silicon Florist - Is that LexisNexis in your Iterasi archives or are you just happy to see me?|
|Jan 5, 2010||Silicon Florist - Bac’n was meant to be consumed|
|Aug 19, 2009||Venture Beat - Iterasi targets PR market with tool for archiving web pages|
|Aug 19, 2009||Silicon Florist - PositivePress: Iterasi uses Web archiving technology to track traditional and social media coverage|
|Aug 19, 2009||CNet - PositivePress: A heavy-duty DIY Web archive - CNET|
|Dec 5, 2008||Xconomy - Layoff Update: Intrinsyc, Iterasi, Marchex, Razorfish, RealNetworks, and Targeted Genetics Cut Staff|