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(Revised from original 2007 version)
D2Hawkeye: Growing the Medical IT Enterprise
In mid-March 2007, Chris Kryder sat in his office and thought about how to best finance his company's growth. Over the previous five years as founder and CEO of D2Hawkeye, a Waltham, Massachusetts-based healthcare analytics company, Kryder had grown the firm from a six-person start-up into a leading developer and provider of medical analytics in the U.S. He had three term sheets in hand-two from strategic investors and one from a venture capital firm. Each offer had its advantages and disadvantages and Kryder needed to decide which offer to accept.
Keywords: Business Startups;
Decision Choices and Conditions;
Financing and Loans;
Higgins, Robert F., Rosie O'Donnell, Sophie LaMontagne, and Brent Kazan. "D2Hawkeye: Growing the Medical IT Enterprise." Harvard Business School Case 808-006, October 2012. (Revised from original November 2007 version.)