Senin, 26 November 2012

Daftar Perusahaan Teknologi Milik Perorangan yang Terbesar


Inilah 100+ daftar perusahaan teknologi terbesar di dunia (2012) menurut businessinsider.com:

1. Alibaba Group, $40 billion

Business: Alibaba is a B2B marketplace for international and domestic China trade.

2. Bloomberg, $35 billion

Business: Business and financial market media outlet

3. Twitter, $5.25 billion

Business: Messaging, microblogging and social networking service

4. 360Buy, $5 billion

Business: E-commerce

5. Palantir Technologies, $3.5 billion

Business:  Analytics software / platform

6. Dropbox, $3.5 billion

Business: Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily.

7. Square, $3.2 billion

Business: Accept credit card payments anywhere with your iPhone, iPad or Android phone

8. MLB.com, $3.1 billion

Business: Interactive media site for Major League baseball coverage

9. SoftLayer, $2.8 billion

Business: Cloud-based hosting services provider

10. Vente-Privee, $2.6 billion

Business: Members only, high-end e-commerce

11. VANCL, $2.3 billion

Business: E-commerce specializing in clothing

12. Airbnb, $2 billion

Business: A global network of accommodations offered by locals

13. Pinterest, $2 billion

Business: Pinterest is a social networking site and app for collecting the things you love.

14. Datapipe, $2 billion

Business: Global IT Management

15. Spotify, $2 billion

Business: Spotify is a digital music service that provides access to millions of songs.

16. Craigslist, $2 billion

Business: Classified ads

17. Flipkart, $2 billion

Business: E-commerce

18. Ozon Group, $1.5 billion

Business: An Amazon-esque online store that sells Russian books, movies, music and software.

19. Coupang, $1.5 billion

Business: Coupang is a daily deals site.

20. Wonga, $1.2 billion

Business: Wonga is a digital finance company that provides small, short-term loans.

21. Hulu, $1.2 billion

Business: Online video service that offers a selection of TV shows, clips and movies.

22. Klarna, $1.2 billion

Business: E-commerce payments solutions provider

23. Kaspersky Lab, $1.2 billion

Business: IT security solutions software

24. Rovio, $1 billion

Business: Game development and merchandise company, well known for the popular game, Angry Birds.

25. Conduit, $1 billion

Business: Conduit offers cloud-based tools to help web and mobile publishers engage their audience.

26. Aricent Group, $900 million

Business: Provides software and services to application, infrastructure, and service providers.

27. Survey Monkey, $800 million

Business: Online survey builder

28. Mu Sigma, $800 million

Business: Use technology and data to help companies make better business decisions.

29. ZocDoc, $750 million

Business: Online booking for doctor and dentist appointments

30. Just Eat, $700 million

Business: Online ordering system for picking up food for takeout

31. Gilt Groupe, $700 million

Business: Online private sales of luxury and fashion brands

32. Everyday Health, $700 million

Business: Online health information resource

33. Evernote, $700 million

Business: Organizational software

34. LivingSocial, $645 million

Business:  E-commerce (daily social deals)

35. Criteo, $600 million

Business: Criteo offers personalized display ads

36. Zulily, $600 million

Business: Daily deals for moms, babies and kids

37. Zoosk, $560 million

Business: Online dating platform

38. Redfin, $550 million

Business: Online brokerage for buying and selling homes

39. Qualtrics, $550 million

Business: Online survey software provider

40. Seamless, $525 million

Business: Web and mobile local food delivery company

41. Media Ocean, $510 million

Business: Offers an open operating system for cloud-based advertising

42. JustDial, $510 million

Business: Local search and concierge service 

43. 10gen, $500 million

Business: Develops MongoDB, and offers production support, training, and consulting for the open source database.

44. Appnexus, $500 million

Business: Offers a platform for buying real-time online advertising.

45. GitHub, $500 million

Business: Software management program and collaboration tool for developers using Git

46. Tumblr, $500 million

Business: Blog hosting platform

47. Box.net, $500 million

Business: Online filing sharing platform

48. Glam Media, $480 million

Business: Fashion / style ad network

49. Stella & Dot, $450 million

Business: Jewelry sold through private home parties

50. Marketo, $450 million

Business: Marketing automation software for small businesses and enterprise companies

51. Etsy, $430 million

Business: A site dedicated to buying and selling homemade and handmade goods ("eBay for arts and crafts").

52. One Kings Lane, $400 million

Business: Flash sale site

53. Nasty Gal, $400 million

Business: Online store for vintage clothing

54. Klout, $400 million

Business: Measures influence across social media networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn 

55. Automattic, $400 million

Business: Hosts web publishing platforms like WordPress.com

56. Xiu, $400 million

Business: Chinese fashion platform and retailer

57. Manta, $375 million

Business: Small business profiles and business networking

58. Eventbrite, $350 million

Business: Event management and sales

59. Sugar, Inc, $350 million

Business: Media conglomerate targeting women

60. Kickstarter, $350 million

Business: Crowdsourced funding platform for creative projects

61. Apptio, $350 million

Business: Provides technology business management solutions to IT companies

62. FreshDirect, $350 million

Business:  Online grocer

63. eHarmony, $350 million

Business: Online Dating

64. Veracode, $320 million

Business: Veracode offers security testing software and remediation services

65. Wix, $310 million

Business: Website builder and publishing platform

66. Turn, $300 million

Business: Turn offers real-time insights for advertisers

67. Quantcast, $300 million

Business: Media measurement and online analytics

68. Nest, $300 million

Business: Nest makes smart thermostats

69. Fab.com, $300 million

Business: Flash sales site for design products

70. Foursquare, $300 million

Business: Location-based social network 

71. Storm8, $300 billion

Business: Storm8 is the creator of Role Playing Games on the iPhone, iPod Touch and Android device

72. Flipboard, $300 million

Business:  Personalized social magazine for iPad

73. Vibrant Media, $300 million

Business: Contextual / In-text ad network

74. Rubicon Project, $270 million

Business:  Advertising

75. OpenX, $260 million

Business: OpenX offers digital and mobile advertising technology solutions

76. Return Path, $250 million

Business: E-mail marketing

77. Quora, $250 million

Business: Online platform for creating and sharing content

78. Snapdeal, $250 million

Business: Daily deals site

79. Tremor Video, $240 million

Business: Online video ad network

80. RightScale, $220 million

Business:  Provides web-based cloud management platform and services

81. Whaleshark Media/RetailMeNot, $220 million

Business: Online marketplace for coupons and deals

82. Break Media, $210 million

Business: Media company for dudes

83. Tagged, $200 million

Business: Social discovery and networking

84. Yext, $200 million

Business: Location software company that provides tools for businesses to update and sync their location data

85. Stripe, $200 million

Business: Stripe offers a solution for developers to accept payments online.

86. Rocket Fuel, $200 million

Business: Rocket Fuel provides artificial intelligence advertising solutions

87. Mind Candy, $200 million

Business:  Social and online gaming developer

88. AddThis, $200 million

Business: AddThis, formerly known as Clearspring, connects publishers, advertisers and service providers to consumers on the web

89. SoundCloud, $200 million

Business: Online audio distribution platform

90. Xirrus, $200 million

Business: Wireless network provider

91. Federated Media, $200 million

Business: High-end ad network: sells and serves ad campaigns for web sites.

92. Say Media, $200 million

Business: Digital and social media advertising platform

93. Yodle, $195 million

Business: SEM agency for local businesses

94. Coupons.com Inc., $180 million

Business: Online coupons

95. Path, $180 million

Business: Mobile-only social network for close friends and family

96. Shazam, $175 million

Business: Buy and share music and TV shows you hear playing around you

97. PlentyOfFish, $168 million

Business: Online dating

98. Warby Parker, $160 million

Business: Warby Parker is a prescription eyeglass and sunglass online discount retailer.

99. Thrillist, $140 million

Business: Website and daily email recommendations for men 

100. Vox Media, $140 million

Business: Digital publishers of sites like SB Nation, The Verge, and Polygon

101. Gawker Media, $140 million

Business: Online media company

102. Media6Degrees, $140 million

Business: Socially targeted advertising platform

103. CafeMom, $140 million

 

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