More About Kimberly
Kimberly Tan is a partner on the enterprise and American Dynamism investing teams.
She invests in companies led by ambitious entrepreneurs building products their customers can’t live without. This spans a variety of sectors, which at the moment includes vertical SaaS that tackles legacy industries, the intersection of software and fintech, and enterprise software that enables meaningfully better user experiences. She currently works with Alloy Automation, Mem, Pave, Rewatch, Rutter, Sprig, Supermove, Vesta, Vitally, Wrapbook, and others.
Prior to a16z, Kimberly spent time at McKinsey & Company, the World Bank, Goldman Sachs, and a journalism nonprofit in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She graduated with Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University, where she served as a student representative and full voting member on Stanford’s Board of Trustees finance committee.
A new age of maritime exploration, the rise of the developer as a buyer in financial services, and more applications for computer vision and video intelligence. We asked over 40 partners across a16z to preview one big idea they believe will drive innovation in 2024. Here in our 3-part series, you’ll hear directly from partners across all our verticals, as we dive even more deeply into these ideas. What’s the why now? Who is already building in these spaces? What opportunities and challenges are on the horizon? And how can you get involved?
Neste post, veremos por que a tecnologia financeira está impulsionando a próxima evolução das verticais de SaaS, por que ela abre novos mercados verticais e onde e como diferentes modelos de negócios de tecnologia financeira podem ser aplicados.
Al agregar tecnología financiera, las empresas SaaS pueden aumentar los ingresos por cliente entre 2 y 5 veces* y abrir nuevos mercados SaaS que antes no eran accesibles debido a un mercado de software más pequeño o a una adquisición ineficiente de clientes.
By adding fintech, vertical SaaS businesses can increase revenue and open up new, previously inaccessible SaaS markets.
We’ve been in a bull market for enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) for over 11 years, and it has been all about growth. Not only has the number of SaaS companies exploded, but companies like Slack, Zoom, and Sho...