Welcoming Sanjiv Kalevar to OpenView

We’re thrilled to announce our newest partner at OpenView, Sanjiv Kalevar.

Sanjiv brings a wealth of business software investing experience. He joins us from Battery Ventures, where he spent seven years building an impressive portfolio of successful software companies including unicorns ServiceTitan and InVision, high-growth leaders AuditBoard and MX, and up-and-coming businesses UpKeep and VNDLY. He also served on the Board of Directors for Mews and Newforma.

Prior to Battery, Sanjiv worked for global venture capital firm Bessemer Venture Partners and Hyde Park Angels, an early-stage angel investment group in Chicago.

At OpenView, we’re focused on improving people’s working lives by partnering with entrepreneurs who are bringing technology into the workplace to do just that. Sanjiv’s experience and focus on antiquated industries going through a digital transformation resonated with us deeply—and as we got to know him, we saw that his support of the entrepreneurs he works with and their missions goes even deeper.

We practice venture as a team sport here at OpenView. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Sanjiv to the team. Say hello to him at sanjivk@ov.vc.

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