This founder/CEO shut his SaaS company down for a week and invested half a million dollars to reboot its culture and put it back on a path of rapid growth.
I propose that beyond hiring qualified women to fill job vacancies, the most good I or any software executive can do to narrow the gender gap in the workplace is to leave the workplace. When it comes to gender and diversity in tech our responsibility as leaders extends beyond the office walls. We have a pipeline problem, and we can either wait for someone else to fix the pipeline, or we can fix it ourselves.
When launching a channel, you should think of it as starting a remote office, but all too often, SaaS companies make the mistake of creating an “us” vs. “them” mindset instead.
The VP of product management at a leading restaurant point of sale software company shares how he helped build and operationalize a product team to support the company’s rapid growth.
Unfortunately, up to 70-point margin swings are quite common in the software industry. Pricing mistakes like this quickly erode trust. By applying B2C sales tactics to your B2B software, you could be inadvertently absorbing a very large amount of risk.
This CTO explains how a flat organizational structure and a methodical employee offboarding process can help engineers flourish.
TinySeed is the first startup accelerator designed for founders who would traditionally bootstrap. Founder and serial entrepreneur Rob Walling shares more details about this next venture in an exclusive Q&A.
When Jennifer Goldsmith joined Veeva Systems in 2010, the company had one product line and fewer than 60 employees. Today it is approaching $1 billion in revenue thanks to its strong partnership with the life sciences industry.
A state-by-state breakdown of the ever-changing SaaS sales tax status, including a handy chart software finance teams should reference this tax season.
Over the course of my 30+ year career, I have led organizations from 1 to 300+, and the major takeaway I have learned is summed up in one word: humility. No engineer likes a “know it all” boss.
Far too many software and IT companies are not calibrating their value in the current M&A market. One of the main reasons is that they believe in myths and misconceptions. Here are six of the major ones.