The Boom in Enterprise IPOs - NYTimes.com
Play Zynga, but buy Splunk. Three more enterprise software companies have had exceptionally strong initial public stock offerings this week, continuing last year's trend. They are not big companies like Facebook, but they have something special: a known market to attack, with real revenue potential.
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