RF Code is a privately held technology company based in Austin, TX. Since 1997, we have designed and developed innovative RFID solutions for tracking and managing assets, inventory and personnel. Early growth capital for the company was raised from company principals, strategic investors and private equity groups.
Moshe Azoulay is a private investor with holdings in a variety of real estate and technology ventures. In addition to his position as chairman of RF Code’s Board of Directors, he also serves on the board of the University of Texas El Paso. Mr. Azoulay is president of Skyrise Properties, a Dallas-based commercial real estate firm owning and maintaining properties throughout Dallas and the United States. Founded in 1999, Skyrise properties also undertakes ventures around the world with holdings in Europe, the Middle East and South America.
Hunt Companies, Inc. (formerly Hunt Building Corporation) is a diversified investment, real estate development, design-build, construction management, and asset/property management holding company. Founded in 1947, Hunt has become one of the nation’s leading developers and contractors with a focus on public-private ventures, military housing, mixed-use, multi-family housing, master-planned communities, retail, office, and value-added asset management. The companies have been headquartered in El Paso and operated by the Hunt family for four generations. Other Hunt affiliated companies include Hunt Building Company, Hunt Development Group, Hunt Military Communities, Hunt Communities, Hunt Holdings, and Hunt NR (Natural Resources).
QuestMark Partners is a venture capital firm investing in market-leading expansion and late-stage growth companies across the U.S. QuestMark Partners offers active and value-added guidance to their portfolio companies, providing access to more than financial backing alone. QuestMark Partners delivers value by making introductions to customers, helping with hiring and team building, and working with management to prepare and navigate an M&A or IPO process.
Intel Capital, Intel's strategic investment program, focuses on making equity investments and acquisitions to grow the Internet economy in support of Intel's strategic interests. Intel Capital invests in hardware, software and services companies in several market segments, including computing, networking, and wireless communications. For more information, visit www.intel.com/capital