As a general partner at the firm, Morad focuses on growth and private equity investments in the software and internet sectors. Based in Battery’s Boston office, Morad is active in the firm’s investment activities in North America and Europe.
Currently, he is involved with Battery’s investments in VertiGIS (composed of AED-SICAD, Latitude Geographics, Dynamic Design Group, and Geocom Group), Clubessential (composed of Black Diamond, ClubReady, Performance IQ, PrestoSports and Stretch Internet), CrunchTime!, Forterro (composed of BPSC, Clip Industrie, Infocube, Jeeves, SolvAxis, Silog and Sylob.), Olo, and SigmaTEK Systems.
He was also involved with IHS (acquired by Sabre), Mendix (acquired by Siemens), Neolane (acquired by Adobe), SingleHop (acquired by INAP), and with Vero Software (acquired by Hexagon).
Before Battery, Morad worked in the technology investment-banking practice at RBC Capital Markets, where he focused on M&A, equity and debt financings. Morad graduated with a BBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.