Bridging A High Tech Gap


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Bridging A High Tech Gap

TechTransform, 4 February 2002: The high tech sector is clearly looking up. (news)
In November 2001, a survey of 259 e-business executives found 83% planning to begin new e-business projects in 2002. (commentary)
On December 28th, estimates were raised for Yahoo's fourth-quarter results, citing improvements in the online advertising market and Yahoo!ís takeover of Hotjobs.com.
These reports confirm what we've been saying for some time: the trend toward living and working online has been accelerated by recent events and is already fueling the next high tech boom.
That isn't making funding any easier for high tech firms, whether established or not.
In fact, at no time in technology history has there been such a gap between customer demand and the supply of technology and talent. Clearly, there is a need for a trusted intermediary to help bridge this gap.
In response to that need, we are developing a new business direction for later this year.
While we develop that model, our work continues with established companies on 'buy-side' projects in sales, marketing and finance.
An Exciting Direction
This is an exciting new direction for TechTransform. We are interested in discussing how we can work with you: as a team member, financing partner, or prospective venture.

Updated February 14, 2002


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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