The top 100 cloud-based enterprise software startups of 2015
Investments in emerging enterprise software companies increased 53% from Q3 to Q4, 2014 according to MoneyTree Report, a collaborative research initiative between PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association. A graphic from the latest available data shows how software investments were 39% of all investments in Q4, 2014.
To determine which enterprise software startups have gained the greatest amount of funding since they were founded, Mattermark was used to rank order all enterprise start-ups. Mattermark uses a combination of artificial intelligence and data quality analysis to provide insights into over 1M companies, over 470K with employee data, and over 100,000 funding events.
Mattermark uses their Growth Score is the default ranking for all companies tracked in their service. This score is not meant to provide guidance on which startup to invest in. Rather it’s a measure of momentum across the metrics and KPIs that Mattermark measures.
Using their free trial, I completed the following analysis of cloud-based enterprise software startups. I’m not a consultant to Mattermark and never have been. As many readers find software investment data fascinating, I contacted Mattermark and asked for a free trial, which they graciously provided. You can download the list in Microsoft Excel format here.
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