Investors - Invenias

Investors

With a large and established customer base, Invenias benefits from the secure and sustainable revenues that provide our customers with the security and assurance of a financially secure supplier.  To accelerate growth and global expansion, Invenias has been delighted to accept  investment from MMC Ventures along with a number of private individuals in the Technology industry in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Founded in 2000, MMC Ventures is focused on technology-enabled sectors where the UK is a world leader,  particularly business software, digital media and eCommerce. Having raised a total of  £100 million, MMC invests in a combination of new investments and add-on capital for existing portfolio companies. Jon Coker Investment Director at MMC Ventures is a Board Director at Invenias. For more information, please visit: www.mmcventures.com

Mark Farmer  in one of the UK’s leading technology sector entrepreneurs and  investors and is Chairman of Invenias as well as being a private investor. Mark is co-founder of Eden Ventures,  a leading tech sector Venture Capital fund. Prior to joining Eden, Mark gained considerable management experience through co-founding several technology companies, including  Cramer Systems, which was acquired by Amdocs for $425 million and Apertio, acquired by Nokia Siemens Networks for $240 million.

 

Jon Coker

Jon Coker

Director LinkedIn

Jon is a director of MMC, having joined in 2007. He heads up the investment team which is responsible for leading new investments and also represents MMC on portfolio company boards. Jon enjoys working with founder-led businesses as they grow, helping them to build executive teams and good business processes from which they can scale and realise the value of their technology. Jon has lead responsibility for SafeGuard, iJento, KnowledgeMill, Consilium, MBA & Company and Creativity Software.
Mark Farmer

Mark Farmer

Chairman LinkedIn

Mark is a co-founder of Eden Ventures and is one of Eden’s Investment Managers. He primarily focuses on opportunities within the telecoms market. Before joining Eden, Mark gained considerable management experience through co-founding several telecoms companies, most recently Cramer Systems, which emerged as the leading supplier of inventory systems to the telecoms industry – acquired by Amdocs in 2006 for $425 million.