Nextracker, Inc.

Nextracker, Inc.

Nextracker, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

2013

Headquarters

6200 Paseo Padre Parkway,Fremont, CA 94555

Type of Company

Private

Employees (Worldwide)

51 - 100

Industries

Electrical Products
Alternative Energy

Company Description

NEXTracker, Inc. provides horizontal tracker for solar projects. Its services include customer care programs, performance monitoring, and module partners. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Fremont, CA.

Executives & Employees

Chief Executive Officer

President

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Operations Officer

Chief Marketing Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Vice President, Operations

Senior Vice President-Human Resources

Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain

Board of Directors

Chief Executive Officer at Nextracker, Inc.

Manager at Sigma Management 6 LLC

Co-Founder & Director at EnTouch Controls, Inc.

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Recent Transactions
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Flex Ltd., Nextracker, Inc. purchase Brightbox Technologies, Inc. from X Seed Management Co. LLC

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Nextracker, Inc. raised money in a private placement transaction

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Nextracker, Inc. raised money in a private placement transaction

Non-Profit Donations & Grants
$5,000 - $25K
2019
$5,000 - $25K
2017
Investors
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SJF Ventures focuses on investments in the clean technology/sustainability, web-enhanced services and business services sectors.Within the clean technology and sustainability sector, SJF focuses on the following areas: solar, recycling, energy efficiency and technology, remediation and health and wellness companies. They pursue companies with innovative strategies across all resource-intensive sectors of the economy including energy, water, materials, transportation, building, agriculture and consumer products. The firm looks for entrepreneurs who are leveraging new technologies, software and web platforms and unique business strategies to win market share from inefficient and carbon-intensive competitors. SJF does not invest in: (1) start-up or early stage companies without commercial revenues (2) capital intensive companies requiring more than $25 million in equity or (3) upstream technology companies without market validation.SJF's interests within the business services sector focuses on companies with experienced management teams and unique technology-enhanced strategies for preferred outsourcing services. The firm provides growth capital to companies with proven business models, multiple competitive advantages and large target markets. They look for companies with attractive value propositions to meet customers' non-core business needs. SJF considers investments in companies involved in waste management, call center services, insurance claims processing/fulfillment and distribution services. The firm prefers to invest in companies in which technology systems are a key component of their offerings. Companies should offer capital efficient solutions that are both scalable for rapid growth and are creating profitable businesses on relatively modest amounts of growth capital.The firm focuses on investments in Internet, software and communications companies that offer web-enhanced services that are differentiated through compelling, market-focused services. SJF focuses on companies that can demonstrate enthusiastic demand for their products or services by businesses or consumers. Indications of market validation may include rapid market adoption, high levels of user engagement, repeat sales from blue chip customers and a growing base of interested users. SJF is particularly interested in the following areas: (1) digital media and marketing services (2) online education (3) healthcare information technology and media (4) collaborative problem solving and collective intelligence (5) enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) (6) online job recruiting (7) GPS applications (8) health and environmental data applications and (9) digital marketplaces.

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DBL Partners invests in private growth companies with a strong emphasis on investments in Clean Tech as well as investments in Information Technology, Sustainability-Oriented Products and Services and Healthcare. The firm’s Double Bottom Line investment strategy is to invest in companies that can deliver top-tier venture capital returns (First Bottom Line) and while working with thier companies to enable social, environmental and economic improvement in the regions in which they operate (Second Bottom Line). Founded in 2004 as the result of a spinout from JPMorgan, DBL Investors LLC (DBL Partners) is a venture capital firm located in San Francisco.

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Sigma Partners focuses primarily on early-stage investments. The firm seeks opportunities in diverse markets including software, communications, semiconductors, storage, mobile computing, electronics, infrastructure, and software and Internet services. Sigma typically the first venture investor and key board members. The firm typically ranges from $2-8 million, and invests in businesses throughout the United States.

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