Miles Clements joined Accel in 2009 and helps lead the firm's growth fund.
He focuses on SaaS companies driving automation of core business processes, collaboration tools helping to reimagine workflows for the modern enterprise, and messaging platforms for the cloud-native workplace.
He has helped lead Accel's investments in Atlassian (TEAM), Bird, Bumble, DJI, Guru, Hudl, lynda.com (acquired by LinkedIn), MessageBird, Miro, Podium, Remote, SeatGeek, Sennder, Tonkean, and UiPath (PATH). Previously Miles worked in product management at lynda.com.
Miles is from New Orleans, Louisiana and graduated from the University of Virginia and Harvard Business School.
Collaboration, development, and issue tracking software for teams
Vehicle sharing platform for affordable, sustainable rides
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App for dating, friend-finding and career building
UAV platform with high-performance software, high-resolution imaging and advanced hardware
Knowledge management software
Video analysis and coaching tools for sports teams
Online learning platform of video courses for individuals and organizations
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Zero friction, omnichannel communication
Unified API for integrations
Collaborative online whiteboard platform for teams
Customer communication platform for businesses
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International payroll, benefits, and compliance services.
Mobile-focused ticketing platform for events
Digital freight-forwarder platform
AI powered business operating system.
Robotic process automation and AI software