Health care providers are laden with antiquated technological infrastructures and are afraid to bring them online for fear of violating HIPAA or other industry regulatory requirements. While there’s reason to tread carefully, with old tech comes new opportunity.
Editor’s Pick “The media paints IPOs that are go up as a huge success,” said David Liu, an investment banker with Jeffries who has helped take dozens of tech companies public. “I think that’s wrong, but it’s a fact of life.”
Editor’s Pick Veeva Systems is a dark horse! With only $4 million in venture capital, the cloud company reached profitability in three years. The company made its debut on the public markets today.
It’s not the sexiest tech, but Veeva Systems made an incredibly strong public debut on Wall Street this morning.
Guest Post Enterprise software is changing in many ways. It’s moving to the cloud. Profit margins are getting squeezed. Customers are cutting costs and demanding more. The onus is now on vendors to prove their value-add.