In the last 18 months, 13 cloud computing companies have gone public and investors have been eating them up.
A few examples include WorkDay, ServiceNow, Rally Software, and Marketo.
Bessemer Venture Partners has created a brand new index that tracks the top 30 public cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies.
“With 30 large public companies collectively representing more than $100 billion in market capitalisation and $12.5 billion in estimated 2013 revenue, the cloud computing industry has officially come of age,” explains the keepers of Bessemer’s new index Byron Deeter and Kristina Shen in a blog post.
Here’s another shocker:
Byron Deeter and Kristina Shen
Stock price: $17.39
Market cap: $1.159 billion
Jive offers collaboration software that lets enterprises communicate with employees, customers, and partners.
Stock price: $45.46
Market cap: $1.371 billion
Demandware sells a cloud-based ecommerce platform.
Stock price: $39.21
Market cap: $1.397 billion
Fleetmatics offers a GPS fleet tracking service for companies that own multiple vehicles.
Stock price: $20.15
Market cap: $1.543 billion
RealPage is an online property management service.
Stock price: $38.21
Market cap: $1.662 billion
Dealertrack offers software for the automotive dealer industry including a popular tool for helping people get qualified to finance a car.
Stock price: $44.15
Market cap: $2.253 billion
Cornerstone offers an online enterprise training and recruiting service.
Stock price: $89.19
Market cap: $2.371 billion
Medidata is cloud-based software for conducting clinical trials and is used by pharmaceutical companies and other research organisations.
The Ultimate Software Group
Stock price: $132.47
Market cap: $3.662 billion
Ultimate offers cloud-based human resrouces and payroll management software.
Stock price: $112.39
Market cap: $4.141 billion
Athenahealth is a cloud-based service for doctors and hosptials forelectronic health records.
Stock price: $87.29
Market cap: $4.873 billion
Concur Technologies offers cloud-based business travel and expense management software.
Stock price: $44.14
Market cap: $5.928 billion
ServiceNow offers cloud-based services for IT professionals such as help desk software that tracks tech problems.
Stock price: $95.77
Market cap: $7.066 billion
NetSuite offers cloud based business software including accounting software, enterprise resource management, and customer resource management software.
Stock price: $68.57
Market cap: $11.862 billion
Workday offers cloud-based human resources and finance software.
Stock price: $208.53
Market cap: $23.014 billion
LinkedIn is a social network for business professionals that offers cloud based recruiting software.
Stock price: $43.22
Market cap: $25.496 billion
Salesforce.com is credited with inventing the whole software-as-a-service cloud industry. It offers cloud-based customer relationship management and marketing software.
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