H&Q Access Technology Partners Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Venture Capital
  • Status
  • Inactive
  • Investments
  • 6
  • Exits
  • 6

H&Q Access Technology Partners General Information


H&Q Access Technology Partners was a San Francisco based venture capital firm. The firm combined its venture operations with J.P. Morgan Partners as a result of the Chase/J.P. Morgan merger. The firm was acquired by JPMorgan/Chase in December 1999.

Contact Information

Year Founded
Investor Status
Out of Business
Primary Investor Type
Venture Capital
Primary Office
  • San Francisco, CA
  • United States

H&Q Access Technology Partners Investments (6)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Speed Ventures 31-Mar-2000 PE Growth/Expansion 000.00 Private Equity Generating Revenue
00000000000 000000 01-Feb-2000 00000 00000 0000 Internet Service Providers Generating Revenue
0000000000 25-Jan-2000 00000 00000 Financial Software Out of Business
0000000 26-May-1999 00000 00000 000.00 Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue
Tavolo 01-Jan-1998 Early Stage VC 0000 Internet Retail Generating Revenue
Epicentric Early Stage VC 0000 Application Software Startup
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H&Q Access Technology Partners Exits (6)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
Epicentric 03-Dec-2002 Merger/Acquisition 0000
0000000000 01-Nov-2002 000 00 00000000
00000 00000000 27-May-2002 000000000000000000
000000 13-Dec-2000 000000000000000000
InterPacket Networks 27-Oct-2000 Merger/Acquisition
Jaggaer 19-Nov-1999 IPO 00000
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