Software Executive Magazine Feature Articles

  1. Inside The Acquisition Of A 10-Year-Old Startup
    2/1/2019

    The aftermath of the CaterTrax acquisition proves software companies can find long-term solutions without needing headline-grabbing VC-backed exits.

  2. Executive Profile: Rob Walling of TinySeed
    2/1/2019

    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.

  3. What It Takes To Dominate A Vertical Market
    2/1/2019

    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.

  4. Sales Tax For SaaS: A 2019 Update
    2/1/2019

    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.

  5. Programming Good Leadership
    2/1/2019

    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.

  6. 6 Tech M&A Myths & Misconceptions
    2/1/2019

    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.

  7. Alignment: Your Software Company’s Top Priority
    2/1/2019

    Perfect alignment surely doesn’t exist in the business world — especially for software companies that are forced to move so fast.

  8. Ask The Board: A Conversation With The Founder & President of MicroBiz
    2/1/2019

    Software Executive editorial advisory board member Kevin Kogler discusses hiring the right developers, stretching resources, and accelerating new feature development.

  9. Companies To Watch: Garcon
    2/1/2019

    A first-time founder’s business acumen and ability to stretch resources has this restaurant self-ordering app poised for breakout growth in 2019.

  10. Why Product Teams Are Better “On Tap”
    2/1/2019

    Many software companies need to accelerate faster than they can hire, but simply contracting a few outsourced developers might not be the best option.