Voyager Capital is a information technology venture capital firm that is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Voyager Capital was founded in 1997 by Bill McAleer, Tony Audino, and Enrique Godreau. McAleer formerly served as chief financial officer of Aldus, a publishing software company that was acquired by Adobe in 1994, Audino was an executive at Microsoft, and Godraeu was a technology analyst. Voyager Capital opened offices in Portland, Oregon and Silicon Valley in 2008. The firm launched its fourth investment fund, worth $125 million, in 2011. Co-founder Godreau left the firm in February 2012.

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  • Voyager Capital is a information technology venture capital firm that is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Voyager Capital was founded in 1997 by Bill McAleer, Tony Audino, and Enrique Godreau. McAleer formerly served as chief financial officer of Aldus, a publishing software company that was acquired by Adobe in 1994, Audino was an executive at Microsoft, and Godraeu was a technology analyst. Voyager Capital opened offices in Portland, Oregon and Silicon Valley in 2008. The firm launched its fourth investment fund, worth $125 million, in 2011. Co-founder Godreau left the firm in February 2012. Voyager's exits include AnswerDash, aQuantive, Geoloqi, Kryptiq, and Tegic. (en)
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  • Voyager Capital is a information technology venture capital firm that is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Voyager Capital was founded in 1997 by Bill McAleer, Tony Audino, and Enrique Godreau. McAleer formerly served as chief financial officer of Aldus, a publishing software company that was acquired by Adobe in 1994, Audino was an executive at Microsoft, and Godraeu was a technology analyst. Voyager Capital opened offices in Portland, Oregon and Silicon Valley in 2008. The firm launched its fourth investment fund, worth $125 million, in 2011. Co-founder Godreau left the firm in February 2012. (en)
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