Computer system software service providers, especially the ones that specialize in handling the information needs of organizations, are prime examples of these volatile companies. In the nineties we witnessed their development from small businesses into multi-billion dollar giants. Not surprising that investors were drawn in.
In 1998 it was simple for such companies to raise as much money as they desired. Now, mutual fund have actually dried up. Why? And more notably, is there a way to reverse the trend? This book offers the responses.