During this period of uncertainty and extended social distancing, companies that often help the workforce to operate virtually “in the cloud” are top of mind.
Allowing us to access information and conduct business from any device at any time, we believe the adoption of cloud-based software will accelerate now more than ever. This Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model is now the preferred business model for software for several reasons.
The WisdomTree Cloud Computing Fund (WCLD) through collaboration with the NASDAQ, leverages the expertise of the Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP) to provide an investing strategy with several cloud computing companies in one product. This ETF currently provides access to around 50 SaaS cloud computing company stocks that Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP) believes are the most compelling and fast-growing companies that are aiding business continuity in these uncharted times.
Working From Home Means Embracing the Cloud
Our new reality has already impacted the way companies do business. Many have embraced a complete digital transformation by adapting tools that enable remote working. Companies that often help the workforce to operate virtually “in the cloud” are top of mind. Learn how the WisdomTree Cloud Computing Fund, WCLD, can bring the power of the cloud to your portfolio.
State of the Cloud 2021
Bessemer Venture Partners explore cloud economy milestones, what's driving cloud valuations, and the frameworks to help founders accelerate go-to-market momentum.
Commentaries from Our Thought Leaders
The private and public cloud markets are fast-moving, and innovative new companies continually emerge from the pipeline. But benchmarks preclude market cap-weighted ETFs from adding many of these companies to their offerings. Kara Marciscano explains how WCLD’s approach accounts for the latest developments.
On Cloud Giants, a podcast brought to you by Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP), Byron Deeter of BVP interviews entrepreneurs, founders and great leaders who have built world-changing cloud companies. In this episode, Byron talks to Todd McKinnon, one of the founders and current CEO of Okta, a well-known cloud identity management service for businesses.