Netpulse is an American fitness technology company, and a provider of branded mobile apps for health clubs. Netpulse was founded in 2001 by Thomas Proulx, the co-founder of tech giant Intuit, and Bryan Arp. Tom and Bryan’s vision for the company was to put a screen in front of every treadmill and exercise bike to capture the untapped advertising potential in gyms. Netpulse quickly became the leader in connected cardio equipment, and thousands of facilities all over the world use Netpulse software in their treadmills, exercise bikes and ellipticals. Netpulse has received $40M funding from August Capital, Nokia Growth Ventures, DFJ Frontier. The companys board of directors includes, Mark Mastrov (founder of 24 Hour Fitness) and David Marquardt, the first institutional investor in Microsoft, who has been a member Microsofts board of directors for the last 33 years.