BVP Cloudscape: Top 300 Private Cloud Companies
When a Fortune 10 company like GE decides to roll out Box to 300,000 employees, it’s clear the trend is real – as is the potential for ubiquity. The value being created is enormous. We’ve seen a wave of IPOs as the early vanguard enter the public markets, with our BVP Cloud Index now tracking 38 companies, and recent market correction notwithstanding, over $130Bn in market cap.
Even more exciting, companies in the BVP Cloud Index represent just the (publically visible) tip of the iceberg. There are literally thousands of private companies, many with triple-digit growth at scale, vying to be the next out the gate. Given our view into the private markets, we’ve featured the 300 most promising private companies in this 4th installment of the BVP Cloudscape.
1. Functional Buyers (and their budgets): Sales, Marketing, HR, IT Ops, etc.
2. Horizontal Solutions: Collaboration, BI / Analytics
3. Industry-Specific Solutions: Healthcare IT, Real Estate, Education, etc.
This structure not only features the leaders within each category, it also highlights just how broadly Cloud adoption is happening at every layer, and in every area of the software landscape.
We believe that the move to Cloud Computing is only just beginning. After all, today’s cloud market represents only 2% of the $1.4Tn that IT spends annually. With the BVP Cloud Index tracking the public markets, we’ve attempted to highlight the most promising private companies with this next installment of the BVP Cloudscape. Let us know what you think – you can drop a line in the comments below, or reach us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.