How did a home-baked appointment program for mom-and-pop businesses blossom into a tier-one application for international enterprises? Sales savvy and a relentless focus on user experience.
SaaS Capital’s Committed Credit Facilities are specifi cally designed to fund the growth of a SaaS business in lieu of a round of equity, providing $2 million to $15 million to SaaS companies with $200K and up in monthly recurring revenue (MRR). SaaS Capital recently published a report on churn benchmarks for B2B SaaS companies. Consistently retaining customers is an important characteristic of any successful SaaS business — here’s a look at how your company compares to the industry.
If three buyers offered $50 million for your company — one in unregistered stock, another via earnout, another in cash — which would you take?
Software Executive is proud to introduce our inaugural editorial advisory board. These thought leaders represent software companies of all shapes, sizes, verticals, and applications. Their expertise spans operations, marketing, customer success, development, sales, and everything in between required to run a thriving software company. They’ll be a focus group to give our editors input on the issues, trends, and challenges that are affecting software companies. We’re promising Software Executive will be a peer-driven publication, and these are your peers who have stepped up to lead our charge.
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Software Executive is dedicated to showcasing the business best practices of our readers, executives from established and innovative software companies. Our thought leadership articles, case studies, and market analysis helps software companies understand how to raise capital, address human resources challenges, implement sales and marketing solutions, price their products effectively, sustain their businesses, and build a reseller channel.
Given the crowded tech economy, it’s no surprise software publishers are looking to launch abroad to expand revenue. After all, how hard could releasing your software in another country be? People are people, right? Sure, preferences and styles may change from region to region, or country to country -- but ultimately, we all need the same things.
I recently attended a Merge Briefing in Philadelphia hosted by Corum Group, and walked away with a notebook full of insights and tips software executives need to consider as they prepare to sell a company. Corum works exclusively with software and tech companies, so this was more in-depth than a generalized M&A crash course.
In growing technology companies, adding team members seems as routine as brushing your teeth in the morning. Logic says, the more work you have, the more people you hire, and all of the work gets done.
Pros, cons, and considerations for the various deployment options for database workloads.
Software developers face a tough decision when choosing a career path. With technology growing in influence, developers’ services are needed now more than ever, meaning a large number of industries are on the hunt for the right people to fill crucial roles within companies.
Five essential elements of the trusted solution partner for tomorrow’s CIO. By Ashby Lincoln, president and CEO, VeriStor