Baydin was featured in an analyst report today. Not an April Fool’s joke 🙂
The analyst firm is ZapThink, and their focus has been on enterprise SOA and cloud computing initiatives. They are now taking a deeper look at the startup ecosystem – both describing how startups can create value for enterprises and helping startups themselves figure out how to position themselves to get larger companies as customers and form partnerships.
They are beginning their work with startups with a new report format called ZapTakes. ZapTakes are quick one-page synopses of promising startups. They describe the problems the startups are tackling and how their solutions work at a high level. Based on a conversation with the founders and some time spent with the products, they describe the areas in which the startups show the most promise and the key areas where they need to improve.
Baydin was featured in the first ZapTake, which was published this morning.
According to Jason, “Baydin (www.baydin.com) targets the information overload problem so prevalent in organizations today by helping individuals manage the information in their email inboxes and on their corporate portals.”
To read more, get the full report here:
We think it’s a pretty reasonable summary for such a short format. Of course, we think the technology Baydin’s working on has 6-lightbulbs of game changing potential (since we’re totally revolutionizing the way people search for information inside the firewall), but we’ll give ‘em a pass on that 🙂
Since they’re just launching this new format, the report is available for free. If you’re an enterprise or an investor looking to learn more about startups that are poised to make a big impact, this is a good place to start. If you’re part of a startup that wants to be featured in one of these reports, we’re happy to make intros to the folks at ZapThink.