TVC focuses on investments in and acquisitions of enterprise and B2B software companies that meet a mission-critical need of their user base and are generating $2.5 million plus in annual revenue. An ideal investment candidate would be a capital efficient or bootstrapped company who has achieved or is tracking towards profitability.

TVC Capital seeks to identify software companies that are both poised for growth and where the technology and operating backgrounds of the TVC team can have a rapid impact on value creation. Our portfolio companies will have developed a unique competitive positioning by offering a superior product solution to their user base.

Sustainable
Competitive
Advantage

Proven
Financial
Model

Experienced
Management
Team

Favorable
Competitive
Environment

Attractive
Growing
Market

Realistic
Exit
Strategy

Current Areas of Interest

Enterprise Video

Enterprise Video

the ubiquity of consumer video is driving increased adoption of video in the enterprise

Cloud Enablement

Cloud Enablement

interoperability, integration, security and migration enablers are making the cloud more operationally attractive

FinTech

FinTech

changing regulatory landscapes, increased operating margin pressures, and challenging growth outlooks are creating opportunities for new technologies

Digital Health

Digital Health

healthcare reform, doctor shortages and consumer preferences are forcing healthcare providers to professionalize and streamline operations

SaaS Conversion

SaaS Conversion

transitioning from on-premise to SaaS

Sector Specific

Sector Specific

tailored vertical applications often provide superior functionality over broad, horizontal offerings

Transaction Structures

While we are flexible and creative with respect to both investment situation and investment structure, our investments typically have following attributes:

Growth Equity
Minority
Investments

Private
Company
Acquisitions

Divisional
Carve Outs /
Divestitures

 
Recapitalizations
 

Take
Private
Acquisitions

Platform Roll Ups /
Sector
Consolidations