SEATTLE, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Voyager Capital, (www.voyagercapital.com) a leading West Coast venture capital firm, today announced that Steve Singh, chairman and chief executive officer of Concur (Nasdaq: CNQR), has joined the firm's Advisory Board.
Under Singh's leadership, Concur has grown from a startup into one of the world's largest Software as a Service (SaaS) providers. Founded in 1993 on the premise of driving down costs through innovation and automation, Concur is now a global technology leader with a market cap of over two billion dollars. Singh will bring his experience and proven track record to Voyager's portfolio companies.
"We are delighted to add another outstanding business leader with broad and relevant experience to our Advisory Board," said Bill McAleer, managing director at Voyager Capital. "Steve has deep industry background and experience in managing and growing companies. His reputation as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the Seattle area is an asset to our West Coast franchise."
Prior to joining Concur, Singh served as general manager of the Contact Management Division at Symantec Corporation, an international software firm focused on protecting information and computer systems.
"With its emphasis on building technology companies and strength in the Seattle region, Voyager is a natural fit for me," said Singh. "I look forward to being a resource for the firm's entrepreneurs."
For a complete list of members of Voyager Capital's Advisory Board please visit: http://www.voyagercapital.com/team/advisory-board.php.
About Voyager Capital
Voyager Capital is a leading West Coast information technology venture firm, providing entrepreneurs with the resources, experience, and connections to build successful companies. Voyager invests primarily in early stage digital media, software and services, wireless, and web infrastructure companies, where the firm's domain expertise and "Go-to-Market" resources help build market leaders. Voyager Capital has $370 million under management with offices in Seattle, Washington; Menlo Park, California; and Portland, Oregon. For more information please visit: http://www.voyagercapital.com/.
SOURCE Voyager Capital