Today in Philly Tech History 2/8/2012: EPAM Systems completes IPO

On February 8, 2012, Newtown-based systems integrator EPAM Systems completed its IPO. Although it had to cut back on its offering (to 6 million shares at $12 per share from a planned 7.4 million shares at $16-$18), the so-called "Cognizant of Eastern Europe" since most of its workforce is based there has done well, as its share price has risen to $21.49 giving EPAM a market value in excess of $900 million.

Bain Capital Ventures' Matt Harris on Billtrust & SevOne investments (Bloomberg TV)

Bloomberg TV interviewed Bain Capital Ventures' managing director Matt Harris on the firm's current investment strategy, including its recent investments in Hamilton, NJ-based Billtrust ($25 million), and Wilmington, DE-based SevOne ($150 million).


Daily Links 2/8/2013: Report: BI vendor Tableau picks bankers for summer IPO

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