Inc. hopes to raise $112 million in an initial offering of stock-more than twice what its main competitor raised last month in a spectacular market debut.

"It's a battle for 'mind share' and market share between the two companies," said Gary Craft, managing director and a financial services analyst at E-Offering.

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