Technology in Motion - Company Profile


Published on

Technology in Motion offers consulting services for commercialization and transfer of technologies to the US market. We also offer an attractive model of Joint Venture for emerging technologies with measurable potential.

Published in: Technology, Business
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Offer a new paradigm for commercialization and transfer of technologies to optimal markets.
  • Technology in Motion - Company Profile

    1. 1. Technology in Motion, LLC Your partner in technology commercializationCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion, February 15, 2011 Confidential
    2. 2. Company Profile  Incorporated in the state of Texas (a DBA of Venture-on, LLC)  Team counts with academic and field experience  Initially targeting technologies from Mexico. South America and Europe will follow  Using a business model that is flexible, adaptable and pragmaticCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    3. 3. Objectives  Vision Accelerate the process of commercialization for emerging technologies targeting optimal markets.  Mission Technology in Motion works with Inventors and companies that own technologies with potential. Through strategic alliances and effective market validation, Technology in Motion promotes these technologies employing a pragmatic and flexible approach to make possible commercialization in US and other regions around the globe.Copyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    4. 4. What’s our differentiation  TIM offers a hybrid model where customers are offered consulting services and the option to become partners in a Joint Venture in US  We provide partial and complete solutions that require infrastructure, resources and capital  We take some of the risk and succeed only if you do  We work in most common industries: Bioinformatics, biomedical, computer hardware, computer software, consumer electronics, energy, environment, telecom, nanotechnology, and othersCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    5. 5. Value Proposition  We propel technologies into the market by elaborating commercialization strategies and providing resources, infrastructure and capitalCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    6. 6. Management  Hector Torres, Managing Director Hector is an IT professional with 15 years of experience in project management, architecture, R&D, and deployment of enterprise solutions for medium and large size companies. Hector has extensive experience planning, and leading both; domestic and international projects in a wide range of industries including; Life Sciences, Automotive, Semiconductors, and IT. In addition to his extensive knowledge in IT, Hector has participated in the evaluation and commercialization of technologies in multiple industries. Hector has a BAS in Computer Science and a Master of Science in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas at Austin.Copyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    7. 7. Advisory Board  Irene Bond, Marketing and Sales Irene brings over 25 years of experience linking technology to business success with expertise in strategy development, critical thinking, market savvy and tactical execution skills that achieve results. She has experience from start-ups to global corporations including software, technology services, telecommunications, and technology transfer. Irene holds MS degrees in Information Science and Technology Commercialization from The University of Texas at Austin. Her professional experience includes sales and management positions at IBM and Computer Associates as well as entrepreneurial ventures.  Chris Marrou, Law and business strategy Chris Marrou is an attorney and entrepreneur who had an earlier career as a successful journalist. Chris attended Princeton University as an undergraduate and later received his Juris Doctor degree from St. Mary’s Law School of Texas and a Masters of Science in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas at Austin. Chris is a member of the Texas Bar Association and serves as a Municipal Judge for the city of Von Ormy in Bexar County, Texas. As an entrepreneur, he started the early e-tail site in 1998, selling men’s ties and accessories over the Internet. He survived the dot-com meltdown in 2000-2001 and sold the business for a profit in 2006.As a journalist, Chris was an anchor and managing editor for KENS-TV in San Antonio for many years, retiring at the end of 2009. He also wrote a weekly column for the San Antonio Light, a Hearst newspaper, from 1986 to 1993. Chris won numerous awards for his work, including for news writing, documentary production and both spot and series news reporting. In 1985, TV-Radio Age magazine named him “Most Respected Local TV Anchor” in America, and he was one of 100 semifinalists nationwide for NASA’s “Journalist In Space” program in the mid-1980s, which was unfortunately cancelled following the Challenger disaster.Copyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    8. 8. Advisory Board (Cont…)  James Rumbo, International business, Technology commercialization, M&A, Corporate Finance Senior executive and entrepreneur with 25+ years experience building commercial business and developing technology, and industrial and municipal infrastructure projects, worldwide. Recognized superior performance in developing the strategy, teaming, and execution that drove successful projects and businesses Entrepreneurial Highlights  Co Founder of World Wide water, a supplier of solar-thermal water pumps to support water supply in developing countries. Corporate financing destined to provide in excess of $30 million was suspended when prototype pump was found not to be viable in phase III testing.  Provided leadership, strategic planning, supply chain relationships, personnel management policies, key account relationships, and market positioning strategy during 18-year tenure with family wholesale distribution business. Business grew from startup to $65 million annual revenue with 40+ employees and more than 80 manufacturer-suppliers.  VP and COO for a $50 million pharmaceutical-grade lysine production plant. Created startup business and drove supplier alliances, sales, R&D, business financing, and plant infrastructure development from design to construction bid specifications. Business leveraged depressed agribusiness sectors in West Texas with restorative crops, access to excess storage capacity, and a new production process based on a self-sponsored university research program.  Co-Founder Pacifica Solutions, Inc—a software development company situated in Vietnam, focused on providing new and innovative ways to deliver competent software for emerging technology companies located around the world. Investment Banking Highlights  Provided guidance and direction to key stakeholders and founders towards development of $100 million start-up fund for investment in privatization of Vietnamese public works (after completion of bi-lateral trade agreement with US)  Arranged for the investment of $25 million by a New Zealand public company into a Brazilian startup food services company supporting Pizza Hut, Starbucks, and Kentucky Fried Chicken Brands.  Secured 4 buyers, structured $13 million offer for refinery inspection business (that anticipated only $6 million) through creative marketing and value-added service.  Developed viable commercial transactions for 2 telecom companies resulting in $27 million to $150 million pre-money business valuations.  Structured $30 million investment offering for 3-year old transaction processor providing server-based, platform-independent access to cash and Internet-based purchasing capability.  Restructured web-based company business plan and market approach to utilize an ASP business model. ASP approach expanded company’s market attractiveness and ability to raise capital from ~$500K to approximately $10 million.Copyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    9. 9. Services  Strategy Foundation Analysis (aka QuickLook) ◦ Market Analysis ◦ IP Status ◦ Competitors landscape ◦ Market entry barriers  Commercialization Strategy ◦ Development and Execution  Technology Monitoring ◦ IP Protection ◦ Freedom to Operate ◦ Competing patents  Business Plan  Operating Plan  Funding  Recruiting venture team  Online Store and IT servicesCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    10. 10. Business StructureCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    11. 11. Business ModelCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    12. 12. TIM’s NetworkCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,
    13. 13. Commercialization ProcessCopyright 2011, Technology in Motion,