CitySoft's investors include leading technology and Internet experts and activist investors.

Investors include:

Esther Dyson
Esther Dyson is editor at large at CNET Networks, where she is responsible for its monthly newsletter, Release 1.0, and its PC Forum, the high-tech market's leading annual executive conference. As editor at large, she also contributes insight and content to CNET Networks' other properties. She sold her business, EDventure Holdings, to CNET Networks in early 2004. Previously, she had co-owned EDventure and written/edited Release 1.0 since 1983.  
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Mitch Kapor
Mitchell Kapor is the President and Chair of the Open Source Applications Foundation, a non-profit organization he founded in 2001 to promote the development and acceptance of high-quality application software developed and distributed using open source methods and licenses. He is the founder of Lotus Development Corporation and the designer of Lotus 1-2-3.  He has been at the forefront of the information technology revolution for a generation as an entrepreneur, investor, social activist, and philanthropist.
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SJF Ventures

SJF Ventures is a venture capital fund that finances and assists rapidly growing companies with more than $1 million in sales.  SJF specializes in supporting entrepreneurial teams whose competitive advantage includes environmental or workforce innovation.  SJF especially looks for companies with disruptive strategies in the cleantech, business services and consumer products industries.
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Calvert Group
Calvert serves individual and institutional investors nationwide as well as professional financial advisors.  The Calvert Family of Funds consists of several different classifications of mutual funds.
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Coastal Enterprises
  CEI is a private, nonprofit Community Development Corporation (CDC) and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) founded to develop job-creating natural resources and small business ventures in primarily rural regions of Maine. A pioneer in the CDC/CDFI field, CEI is one of the nation's premiere rural CDC/CDFIs. CEI serves all of Maine, its primary market, and areas of northern New England and upstate New York.
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Meridian Management Group
  Meridian Management Group, Inc. is a professional asset manager for economic development and private equity funds. The Management Group and its affiliates bring in excess of 100 years of experience in financing and fostering small and medium sized businesses.
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New York Community Investment Corporation
NYCIC provides long-term capital to select growing businesses in New York. Created in 1995 by a consortium of prominent banks NYCIC was founded to support the growth of well-managed small companies with the potential to yield outstanding returns.
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