Mike Majors is a Managing Partner at Data Point Capital. Mike has spent more than 15 years as a venture investor and has significant operating experience. Most recently, Mike was a Managing Partner at Siemens Venture Capital where he was the founder and head of the $100 million early-stage, Industry of the Future Fund, and head of the later-stage Industry Fund. At Siemens, Mike’s investments included Encelium (acquired by OSRAM), Wurldtech (acquired by GE), Lagoa (acquired by Autodesk), Polarion (acquired by Siemens), CyActive (acquired by PayPal), LogRhythm (acquired by Thoma Bravo), Black Duck (acquired by Synopsys), Electric Cloud, CounterTack, and Digital Guardian. Mike served on the boards of Encelium, LogRhythm, Electric Cloud, Polarion, and CyberFlow. Before joining Siemens Venture Capital, Mike was the CFO of Visible World (acquired by Comcast) as well as the CFO of Indeed (acquired by Recruit). Mike started his venture career at Brand Equity Ventures, a fund focused on software, digital media and consumer Internet opportunities. Mike’s investments at Brand Equity Ventures included Retail Solutions (acquired by VeriSign) and MaxPreps (acquired by CBS). Mike received a B.S.E, summa cum laude, in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University, and a Ph.D. in Machine Learning and Robotics, supported by a Fulbright scholarship, from Cambridge University.