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Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Ajit Nazre, Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers notes the slow down in the enterprise software space & points out that the slow down is primarily in the applications area, while occasional investments happen in the infrastructure space, which includes middleware, operating systems, search, and security. The focus has shifted from applications to the infrastructure side,” he notes. Nazre sees opensource(??) along with customized solutions providing enterprises with better value for money. Others note increased interest in areas like “actionable analytics software”. More and more companies are using search as a platform to derive valuable information from terabytes of unstructured data sitting within the enterprise. On top of the search platform, companies are building innovative applications through which business value can be derived. VCs are excited about such companies.
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