Arlington, VA — Capterra, an early stage Internet company dedicated to connecting buyers and sellers of enterprise software, today announced that it has been selected by the MIT Enterprise Forum to present a case study of its business at the quarterly Forum Event on October 23.
"We are honored to have been chosen by the MIT Enterprise Forum, a first rate organization promoting high-tech entrepreneurship," says Capterra President and Founder Michael Ortner. "We look forward to a lively exchange of ideas regarding our business model."
Capterra was founded almost two years ago and has persisted through the economic downturn to build an online marketplace that helps organizations select the right software, and allows software vendors to reach these prospects in a cost effective manner. "Whether the economic times are good or bad, companies still need software to automate their processes and people continue to increase their Internet usage to do research," Ortner continues. "We will persist until we find the secret sauce to turn this into a solid business."