WSJ blog categorizes Nimsoft as a "hot company"

A bit of poetic license from me but take a look at the this article in the WSJ. All about how long it takes startup software companies to achieve $50m in annual revenue. It took Oracle 10 years, Microsoft 8 year and in general, “hot companies” achieve it in between 7 and 12 years.

By that measure, assuming that Nimsoft in its current form was founded in 2001/2, then we will definitely be in “hot company” category and we’ll be on a trajectory similar Microsoft and Oracle….nice!

Full article here….really interesting.

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