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Sponsored by Orrick this report aims to make sense of all this Big Data, entrepreneurs and the investors that back them are building a variety of critical infrastructure, application and analytical......

Sponsored by Orrick this report aims to make sense of all this Big Data, entrepreneurs and the investors that back them are building a variety of critical infrastructure, application and analytical tools. This free report provides data on the activity in Big Data, specifically:

The Financing Landscape
- VC and angel financing to big data companies
-Most active investors
-Where's the money going - Infrastructure vs. Applications vs. Analytics
- Financing by stage
-Financing by geography
-Average & median financing

The Big Data Company Landscape
-Companies with the most buzz
-Most well funded

The Exit Landscape
-Recent exits
-Most active acquirers

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  • 1. The Big Data Report The Orrick Emerging Companies Practice presents The Big Data Report TABLE OF CONTENTS A MESSAGE FROM ORRICK 2 5 YEAR FINANCING TREND 4 MOST ACTIVE INVESTORS 5 TOP US MARKETS 6 TOP INTERNATIONAL MARKETS 7 FOCUS AREAS WITHIN BIG DATA 8 2012’S LARGEST FINANCINGS 9 INVESTMENTS BY STAGE 10 MEDIAN AND AVERAGE DEAL SIZES 11 EXIT ACTIVITY 12 TOP ACQUIRERS 13 DIVERSITY OF BIG DATA 14 www.orrick.com
  • 2. 2 The Big Data Report A Message from Orrick With all due respect to Calvin Coolidge, it seems that “the business of the country is . . . data.” Here at Orrick it seems that everywhere we look we find our clients building or financing businesses that were formed for the purpose of compiling, analyzing and/or acting on large streams of data, often in real time. Among those are firm clients like Datasift, Verticloud and Selerity that accessed the venture capital markets in 2012. While not included in the 2012 statistics presented here, the first week of February has already included notable venture financings for New York Citybased big data startups Sailthru and Nomi. In addition, one of the largest tech growth stage financings so far this year was the $800 million leveraged recapitalization of Survey Monkey. We believe that the data is telling us that big data is here to stay for the foreseeable future. We’re happy to be a part of the big data economy through our clients and we’re proud to sponsor the Big Data Report – an invaluable insight into the big data economy in 2012 and beyond. . Sincerely, David Concannon dconcannon@orrick.com Bio David L. Concannon is a partner in the firm’s global Emerging Companies Group. He leads our East Coast practice and works closely with the entrepreneurial and venture capital community to help technology companies secure financing and strategize exit and growth opportunities. Concannon brings extensive experience in general corporate and securities work, capital markets, as well as mergers and acquisitions. His core industries include technology, life sciences and cleantech/energy. www.orrick.com
  • 3. The Big Data Report 3 About Orrick Total Access Orrick’s TOTAL ACCESS Event Series provides entrepreneurs business, tactical, and legal education through complimentary panels and seminars. Presented by experienced industry CEOs, venture capitalists, and Orrick lawyers, TOTAL ACCESS offers insights on cutting-edge issues and an opportunity to network with leading professionals in the startup community. For more information on Orrick Total Access, please visit: www.orrick.com/totalaccess About Orrick Orrick is one of the leading law firms for the representation of entrepreneurs, emerging companies, and investors. With more than 1,000 emerging clients worldwide, we provide in-depth experience, a focus on early stage companies, a network of strong investors, capabilities that scale with clients as they grow, and global resources for long-terms growth and success. Our emerging companies group has acted as counsel in one of the largest venture capital financings each year since 2006 and represents clients who have been listed in The Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 VentureBacked Companies, BusinessWeek’s 50 Best Tech Start-Ups, Time’s Top 50 Web Sites, AlwaysOn Media 100, and GoingGreen 100. For more information on Orrick, please visit: www.orrick.com About CB Insights The company, financing and M&A data and trends in this report are sourced from CB Insights, a National Science Foundation-backed data company that tracks VC, angel, private equity investment along with private company exits (M&A/IPOs). For more information on CB Insights, please visit http://www.cbinsights.com www.orrick.com
  • 4. 4 The Big Data Report $4.9 Billion Invested Across 523 Big Data Deals Since ’08 As evidenced by financing and deal activity, Big Data is gaining steam. 2012 saw 19.5% more deals YoY than 2011. Funding actually dipped 6.8% in 2012 as 2011 was helped by several large big data financings to the likes of Oslsoft, Mu Sigma and Opera Solutions. www.orrick.com
  • 5. 5 The Big Data Report SV Angel Leads the Pack with Most Big Data Investments Sequoia Capital and data-oriented venture firm, IA Ventures, round out the top 3 for most active venture firms into big data companies. The twenty most active firms have all made 6 or more investments into big data firms. Investors Unique Co Investments SV Angel 14 Sequoia Capital 13 IA Ventures 13 New Enterprise Associates 12 First Round Capital 10 MDV-Mohr Davidow Ventures 9 Andreessen Horowitz 9 Khosla Ventures 8 Battery Ventures 8 Benchmark Capital 8 Lightspeed Venture Partners 7 True Ventures 7 Redpoint Ventures 7 Intel Capital 7 In-Q-Tel 7 Crosslink Capital 7 Accel Partners 7 Greylock Partners 7 SoftTech VC 6 Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers 6 www.orrick.com www.orrick.com
  • 6. 6 The Big Data Report Not Surprisingly, Cali Dominates. NY Comes in Second. Like tech investing in general, Cali and NY take the top 2 spots with Cali the clear leader. Cali sees the most deals and dollars to Big Data infrastructure while NY is more focused on Big Data applications. Mass rounds out the top 3. Indiana buoyed by ExactTarget. www.orrick.com
  • 7. 7 The Big Data Report The UK and Canada are Top Int’l Markets for Big Data On both deals and funding, the UK and Canada lead international markets for Big Data. In a surprise, Belgium cracks the top 3 for Big Data transactions and for funding. www.orrick.com
  • 8. 8 The Big Data Report Big Data Analytics Gains on Deals and Dollars While Big Data Infrastructure saw the most funding in 2008, it has steadily lost share on both deals and funding to Big Data Analytics over time as capabilities that help user make sense of data have seen a steady uptick. www.orrick.com
  • 9. 9 The Big Data Report Big Money to Big Data Cloudera and Palantir, both oft-rumored IPO candidates, saw the two largest individual financing rounds to big data companies in 2012. The top 10 financing rounds of the year hauled in a total of $399 million representing almost 30% of the total investment to Big Data companies in 2012. www.orrick.com
  • 10. 10 The Big Data Report The Big Data Opportunity Remains Nascent Funding by stage of company demonstrates that early stage investment (seed, angel and Series A) continues to be significant as the opportunities and markets that Big Data can impact remain diverse and largely untapped. (see page 14 for some examples) www.orrick.com
  • 11. 11 The Big Data Report 5 Year Median Deal Size at $5.5M and Average at $9.8M Although later stage deals have increased in size, the continued high levels of activity at the early stages has kept average and median financing deal sizes generally within a tight range over the last five years. www.orrick.com
  • 12. 12 The Big Data Report Big Data Exit Activity Saw Acceleration in 2012 QlikTech kicked off the Big Data IPOs in 2010 (before Big Data was en vogue). 2011 saw Responsys go public and 2012 saw the Big Data IPOs of Splunk, Proofpoint and ExactTarget. www.orrick.com
  • 13. 13 The Big Data Report IBM is the Most Active Acquirer of Big Data Companies While IBM leads by a significant margin, Oracle has also done a couple of deals in the Big Data space and numerous players have done one acquisition in the world of Big Data. www.orrick.com
  • 14. The Big Data Report 14 The Diversity of Big Data From exploration of ocean data to waste management logistics to digital health, big data applications are attacking a wide variety of problems. Marinexplore is a big data collaboration platform for searching, analyzing and collaborating with ocean data. Data is organized into computationally efficient storage, making it easy to explore, access and download ocean data from different devices and data sources. DNAnexus has created a DNA data management and analysis platform that provides instant online genomics data centers for researchers and sequencing service providers alike. ClickFox offers a cross channel solution capable of aggregating data from all customer touch points and from other limited analytics sources, such as speech analytics, web analytics, quality monitoring, agent scoring, workforce optimization and beyond. Enevo provides smart sensor technology and big data to improve the logistics of the waste management industry. iMapData helps government and commercial organizations quickly make intelligent, data-driven decisions. Using iMapData's web-based applications, customers can correlate information with the company's library of cleaned and regularly updated data to clarify complex scenarios and reach actionable conclusions. Sawbuck offers a mobile app, HomeSnap, that allows users to snap a picture of any home in the U.S. and then uses algorithms to identify each home and provide consumers with detailed information including tax records, MLS data, school information, attendance zones, Census demographics, neighborhood information, lot boundaries, and geolocation data. HealthTap is an Expert Health Companion that tailors information to each of its unique users based on their individual health characteristics. The resource combines expert input from physicians, together with community insights and data from its proprietary medical knowledge base to help people make better health decisions. www.orrick.com