Guiding theme: “Shift of software companies towards recurring revenue models: benefits, challenges and best practices”
Since 2011, Main Capital hosts the annual Main Insight Event – this event offers a platform for CEOs, owners and C-level executives of mid-sized software companies to discuss important topics in the software ecosystem. Each year, the event is guided by a relevant business and/or industry theme, which will be discussed by high-profile, often international speakers. Speakers at previous events include Unit4, Xactly, SAP, Gartner, QlikTech and FinancialForce.
The 2017 Main Insight DACH edition will be the first edition solely focused on the software industry in the DACH countries. The event will deal with the shift towards recurring revenue models and the role cloud software can play in this transition. In The Netherlands, the Main Insight Event has continuously grown in popularity over the years; approx. 150 C-level executives attended the 2016 event. The established Dutch Main Insight Event series will be continued on an annual basis.
Charly Zwemstra (Managing Partner at Main Capital): “Companies with recurring revenue models benefit from more stable cash flows and thus lower risks, higher valuations and increased scalability when combined with cloud technology. As seasoned investor in software companies, we understand that making the move to such models is a critical business decision which also comes with uncertainty and challenges.
The Main Insight Event DACH 2017 will share valuable insights on this subject and serve as excellent networking platform for mid-sized software companies in the DACH countries.” The Main Insight Event DACH 2017 will take place in the InterContinental in Düsseldorf on 9 February 2016. The event will be held in German and attendance is free of charge. Registration will be open from mid-December. The Federal Association of IT-SMEs of Germany (BITMI) is Media Partner of the Main Insight Event DACH 2017.
About Main Capital
Main Capital is a semi-strategic investor with an exclusive focus on the software sector in the Benelux and Germany. Within this sector, we are the most specialized company in management buyouts and later-stage growth capital. Main Capital has approximately € 150 million under management for investments in mature but growing software companies in the Benelux and Germany and is managed by an experienced team of investment professionals. In the current portfolio of Main Capital are rapidly growing (SaaS) software companies like b+m Informatik, ABIT/EuroSystems, Regas, daarwin, Axxerion, Ymor, Roxit, OnGuard, Sharewire, SecondFloor, Sofon Connexys, ChainPoint, RVC and TPSC. Main Capital realised many successful exits like IASO to GFI/Solarwinds, Zetacom to Gilde Healthcare, Actuera to Waterland Private Equity and VisionWaves to IFS AB.
The Federal Association of IT-SMEs of Germany (BITMI) represents the interests of more than 1.500 ICT-enterprises on the national and European level and therefore is the only information technology industry association which exclusively represents the interests of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in Germany. In BITMi, direct members as well as associated regional and professional associations of medium-sized enterprises from the IT sector are joint together.
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This press release is issued by Main Capital. For more information, please contact:
Charly Zwemstra (Managing Partner) Main Capital Partners BV,
Paleisstraat 6, 2514 JA, Den Haag
Tel: +31 (0) 70 324 3433 / +31 (0) 6 512 77 805