I had a funny call with one investor. I was talking to one firm that will remain nameless who was talking all about their domain expertise (I was getting excited) and it turned out they were using the term ‘domain’ to mean an area of expertise which in this case was technology – they had invested in several software firm that were not even internet driven. I think there’s technology, then the internet, and then domains. – Tim Nye, March 2007
From the American Capital Strategies website:
Launched in February 2006, the American Capital Technology Group invests in early, middle and late stage technology companies as well as mature companies driven in significant part by a specific technology. With the flexibility to invest senior debt, subordinated debt and equity from $5 million in early stage companies to $300 million in more established companies, the American Capital Technology Group can leverage its capital base and domain expertise to build category-leading companies.