A Q&A with Vlocity founder and CEO David Schmaier, whose industry-specific cloud and mobile software company is the fastest growing company ever built on the Salesforce AppExchange platform.
This SaaS company with more than 15 million users and $100+ million in venture funding is expanding its product set, introducing a new pricing model, and beefing up its integrations for future growth.
What’s your succession plan? If you’re like most tech CEOs, you don’t have a great answer to that question — and if most of your wealth is tied up in a technology company, that adds more complexity, for your company and for yourself personally. In over three decades of helping tech entrepreneurs answer these questions, we’re learned a few facts that will hopefully be useful in your own situation.
Managing integrations and simple monthly pricing are keys to the growth goals of this startup that manages online third-party food delivery orders for restaurants.
This customer-centric operations model will help software companies reimagine how they make strategic decisions and, thus, funding allocation decisions.
Following these four pricing dos and don’ts can help a software company respond correctly when a high-value prospect comes knocking at the door.
The COO of Moogsoft explains how simple changes to customer success, marketing, and sales operations can set the stage for growth.
Kaseya's CEO talks driving revenue growth, prioritizing opportunities, and more in this featured Q&A.
Over the past 15 years, I have made countless leadership mistakes in growing our business. I can attribute several of these mistakes to gross misconceptions around what the very essence of leadership was about.
The customers using your software, especially those with purchasing and decision- making authority, are busy. Too busy to hop on the phone for an hour and run through a postmortem for a software solution they are no longer interested in using.
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