As an investor, you will be more successful if you help your underperforming investees brainstorm solutions and strategies for the problems they face instead of giving up on them.
We crunched the numbers, and these are the tools that portfolio companies are demanding the most, across all of our VC partnerships
In recent years, marketing software technology and lead technology software has changed dramatically.
A vendor network is a software application that allows businesses to manage a list of suppliers in a fair way. A PVP allows employees, prospects or investors to choose from a list of providers or suppliers who provide services that the company needs.
As an economic development agency, it's important to build strong relationships with these service providers.
Choosing between software vendors can be difficult for early-stage startups because they may not have the same resources as larger companies.
Using a vendor management platform (VMP) which aggregates data about all of the quality vendors in your sector and makes that data accessible and transparent is a powerful way to maximize return-on-investment and prevent headaches down the road.
Businesses must cultivate their vendor relationships in order to reap the advantages mentioned above.
More and more CVC firms are turning to platforms to help their portfolio companies succeed. There are lots of reasons for this but we're going to outline a few of the key things that we've seen over the past couple of years.