Search Results: SaaS Financing

 
SVB Showcase March
focusing on companies seeking a Series A, B or C round of financing in the following industries: … —  Solar, green materials and chemicals, water, biofuel, batteries, efficiency and smart grid technologies … —  SaaS, enterprise software and solutions, digital media, gaming, hardware, mobile, infrastructure …
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Don't Let the Markets Get You Down (PDF)
1 In recent months, the question most frequently asked by clients of our valuation group is, “If I redo my valuation, how far will it have dropped?” The answer is, of course, that it depends. The … period of (to be kind) uncertainty. These financings are evidence that: 1) innovation doesn’t stop … 3/15/09 Solar -67.2% Mobile Gaming -45.4% SaaS -43.8% Medical Device -43.9% Security Software -7.4 …
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The Internet of Things Report
Advancements in technology have created a renaissance for the Internet of Things. Specific sub-sectors show promise, but significant technological hurdles still remain to realize the holistic vision. … mergers, investments, and other strategic financing activities. The key strength of SVB Analytics’ … Powering IoT v2 12 Challenges Facing IoT v2 Financing the Internet of Things 20 VC Market Dynamics …
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Is SaaS the Silver Lining to the Cloud? (PDF)
in the venture capital industry. We expect that SaaS innovation will expand during the economic recession and SaaS technology will become a mainstay of enterprise … article kicks off the SVB series on SaaS technologies.1 The first article describes SaaS technology and explains why demand for this … article discusses the best way to use SaaS in an enterprise’s operations. What is SaaS?SaaS is …
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Best Practices for Adopting SaaS (PDF)
evidenced by the growth of worldwide SaaS revenue. Gartner Group predicts the SaaS market will grow at a compound annual growth … 2. What challenges will I encounter in moving to SaaS? • How much does a SaaS model … Can all enterprise applications be migrated to SaaS? CIOs need answers to these questions before they can plan a SaaS implementation. According to a recent Forrester Research …
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Featured Commentary & Analysis


Capital Access; Technology
December 16, 2013 Posted by
Cloud computing companies that have developed business models based on recurring revenue streams continue to attract attention in the press and the investment community.
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