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Seibel's "On Demand" biz guy leaves; launches open source LucidEra

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LucidEra is the latest data analysis start-up, backed by Silicon Valley venture firms Matrix Partners and Benchmark Capital.

The San Mateo company says that it has an "on demand solution," which just about every company has these days, so that is not new. Its leaders, it says, are veterans of Salesforce.com, Siebel, Oracle, Informix, Informatica, and BEA Systems. Here's more.

Matrix's Bob Lisbonne and Benchmark's Mark Kremer are on the board, and both have open source experience.

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Ken Rudin
Ken Rudin, who is co-founder and chief executive, was previously at Siebel Systems, where -- surprise -- he created Siebel's CRM OnDemand business unit (scroll down).

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From: SiliconBeat
Hello "On Demand" hype machine
Excerpt: The flavor of the month is "on demand" -- and the funding activity lately is at alarming levels. Web 2.0, you are being eclipsed! The latest is San Mateo's SuccessFactors, which raised $45 million, a whopper of a round, and which made us decide to writ...
Tracked: May 23, 2006 9:30 AM
From: SiliconBeat
Hello "On Demand" hype machine
Excerpt: The flavor of the month is "on demand" -- and the funding activity lately is at alarming levels. Web 2.0, you are being eclipsed! The latest is San Mateo's SuccessFactors, which raised $45 million, a whopper of a round, and which made us decide to writ...
Tracked: May 23, 2006 9:34 AM

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