Industry Reports

Q2 2019
The latest issue of our Enterprise SaaS & Cloud Industry Report, highlighting trends in M&A, financing, IPOs and capital markets for private and public companies in the SaaS & Cloud sector, is now available. 
Q2 2019
Technology continues to be incorporated into every aspect of healthcare including maintaining and accessing electronic health records (EHR), streamlining payment systems, creating efficiencies in clinical scheduling and communication, and improving p
Q2 2019
In the age of industrial automation, robotics, and big data analytics, communication between machines and the associated transmission of data have become an integral component of the manufacturing process and have driven demand for advanced interconn
Q1 2019
The latest issue of our Enterprise SaaS & Cloud Industry Report, highlighting trends in M&A, financing, IPOs and capital markets for private and public companies in the SaaS & Cloud sector, is now available. 
Q1 2019
Today, software is ubiquitous. In a connected world driven by the growing digital economy, software is present in all aspects of our lives and businesses. By the year 2025, there will be 34.2 billion active device connections, up from 13.9 billion in 2015, according to IoT Analytics. Trends like Internet of Things (IoT) technology, autonomous driving, and the smartphone have driven huge increases in the need for developers and programmers, which in turn has driven strong growth across the Application Development (AppDev) & Deployment Software industry.
Q1 2019
Policy changes towards patient-centered healthcare, including the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care and the 2019 transparency law requiring hospitals to list standard prices online, have encouraged a revamp of healthcare solutions and organizational needs. The trend towards consumerization has bolstered increased focus on Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) solutions which are simplified, personalized, and interconnected for tracking and transparency.
Q3 2018
Healthcare Information Technology companies have experienced robust demand as buyers seek inorganic growth opportunities to comply with regulatory requirements, adapt to changing reimbursement policies, and deliver cost-effective and efficient patient care.
Q4 2018
Year-to-date 2018 continues to show strong merger and acquisition and financing markets across the Financial Technology (FinTech) sectors. A total of 88 M&A transactions completed in Q3 2018 puts the FinTech industry on pace for its strongest M&A year on record.  
Q3 2018
2018 continues to show a strong merger and acquisition (M&A) and financing market across the Financial Technology (FinTech) spectrum.  A total of 93 M&A transactions completed in Q2 2018 is the second highest recorded in the past 10 quarters.  Year-to-date (YTD), there has been a total of $17.0 billion invested in FinTech companies globally across 700 deals.  
Q2 2018
Buyers continue to target Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) companies as they seek to modernize and adapt to the evolving landscape of the US healthcare system.  One key regulatory change that is impacting the Healthcare industry and sparking HCIT merger and acquisition (M&A) activity is the shift from the current volume-based (fee for service) payment model to a value-based payment model.  

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