For companies that have a demonstrated ability to scale against a sufficiently large identified market opportunity, RAC offers lead-investor growth equity capital and a host of tools and resources to help accelerate company growth.
Sometimes an equity round isn’t the right tool for the job. RAC’s form of revenue-based financing (RBF) aims to help B2B software companies drive shareholder value by refining their growth engine, expanding market opportunity or further establishing proof-points ahead of, or in instead of, a larger equity round.
We pride ourselves in being a true long-term partner for our companies, involved through multiple investment strategies and stages. We are approachable and human, knowing when to offer active support and when to pull back and observe. Here are some examples of how we’ve worked with our portfolio.
Platform enables a sales person to send video demos that are automatically personalized 'on-the-fly' to buyers’ individual interests and roles. The main point-of-contact at the prospect is empowered to share the demo with other decision-makers in their organization—each of whom also sees individually personalized demos. In this way, the software helps drive 'consensus' within an organization around a buying decision.
Vivi’s classroom engagement solution combines classroom management tools with real-time student feedback to create student-centered learning environments that drive productivity. From screen mirroring and video streaming to classroom communications and emergency broadcast, Vivi delivers all from an easy-to-use app, managed via a web-based administration platform.
Oomnitza offers a highly-integrated, flexible cloud platform that enables organizations to track and manage a range of assets, both traditional and IT-related, from procurement to end-of-life. Their software integrates with popular helpdesk and accounting platforms, device management agents, and retailers to enable time-saving automation while providing a single source of truth for asset details (e.g., ownership, life-cycle stage, etc.)
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