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SaaS

Software as a service or SaaS is a software licensing and delivery model in which a software is licensed on a subscription basis. These softwares are web-based and does not require you to download to use. They are on-demand and hosted software which you can start using directly.

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What Should My Price Point Be If I Want a $100m Company?



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May 20, 2019

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Outreach.io CEO: "We'll hit $10m/quarter in 2018" with focus on ARPU expansion (Ep1136 Manny Medina)



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Steve O'Hear
February 11, 2020
TechCrunch
Oxx, a relatively new European venture capital firm founded by Richard Anton and Mikael Johnsson, has raised $133 million to back "Europe's most promising SaaS companies" at Series A and beyond. Headquartered in London and Stockholm, the VC is pitching itself as a dedicated SaaS-focussed fund, and will invest broadly across software applications and infrastructure. [...]
Alex Wilhelm
February 10, 2020
TechCrunch
The venture capital world is investing more capital into software-as-a-service companies (SaaS), despite cutting the number of deals it executes within the startup category, according to Crunchbase data. The results echo other venture data we've explored recently, including a look into early-stage dealmaking that shows a rise in invested venture dollars inversely correlating with a [...]
Eric Eldon
February 8, 2020
TechCrunch
[Editor's note: Want to get this weekly review of news that startups can use? Just subscribe here.] Asana may get more attention than the average SaaS company due to the Facebook pedigrees and outspoken views of its founders, but in practice it's a low-profile, cash-efficient machine. Today, the productivity toolmaker does not need to raise [...]
Steve O'Hear
February 4, 2020
TechCrunch
Dixa, the customer engagement platform, has closed $36 million in Series B funding. Leading the round is Notion Capital, with participation from existing investors Project A Ventures and SEED Capital. The Copenhagen and now London-based startup says it will use the new capital to accelerate its product development. This will including innovating with regards to [...]
Alex Wilhelm
February 3, 2020
TechCrunch
Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. Today we're talking to Alex Niehenke, a venture capitalist with Scale Venture Partners, who has an interesting argument to make: The SaaS and cloud market is maturing, and incumbents are squeezing startups out of certain [...]
Alex Wilhelm
February 3, 2020
TechCrunch
Good morning friends, and welcome back to TechCrunch's Equity Monday, a short-form audio hit to kickstart your week. Regular Equity episodes still drop Friday morning, so if you've listened to the show over the years don't worry -- we're not changing what we've always done. (Here's last week's episode with Danny Crichton, in which we talked about Kleiner [...]
Leo Lax
January 24, 2020
BetaKit
<p>BetaKit has partnered with TradeRev on a new event series investigating the future of Canada's AutoTech industry. Event Schedule 6:00-6:30 pm: Doors Open &...</p>\n
Walter Thompson
January 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Much attention has been focused on big-burn "software-enabled" startups, but most tech IPOs in the last few years have been SaaS startups.
Alex Wilhelm
January 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. SaaS stocks had a good run in late 2019. TechCrunch covered their ascent, a recovery from early-year doldrums and a summer slowdown. In 2020 so far, SaaS and cloud stocks have surged to all-time highs. [...]
Alex Wilhelm
January 17, 2020
TechCrunch
Continuing our irregular surveys of the public markets, two things happened this week that are worth our time. First, a third domestic technology company -- Alphabet -- passed the $1 trillion market capitalization threshold. And, second, software as a service (SaaS) stocks reached record highs on the public markets after retreating over last summer. The [...]
Annie Musgrove
January 15, 2020
Tech.eu
Float, an Edinburgh-based cash flow service for Xero, QuickBooks Online and FreeAgent, has raised a £1.5 million seed round led by Marchmont Ventures. The startup's first fundraise, this round will enable the company to open a new office in Australia, perfect its product, and expand in the sector. Float has developed a highly accurate cash ...
Ron Miller
January 13, 2020
TechCrunch
Adobe announced today that Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is now available as a cloud-native SaaS application. Prior to this, it was available on premises or as a managed service, but it wasn't pure cloud-native. Obviously being available as a cloud service makes sense for customers, and offers all of the value you would get from [...]
Alex Wilhelm
January 5, 2020
TechCrunch
A few days before Christmas, TechCrunch caught up with CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz to chat about his company's public offering, direct listings and his expectations for the 2020 IPO market. We also spoke about CrowdStrike's product niche -- endpoint security -- and a bit more on why he views his company as the Salesforce of [...]
Alex Wilhelm
December 24, 2019
TechCrunch
Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. Today, something short. Continuing our loose collection of look backs of the past year, it's worth remembering two related facts. First, that this time last year SaaS stocks were getting beat up. And, second, that [...]
Walter Thompson
December 6, 2019
TechCrunch
Unlike many derived SaaS metrics, the 4x2 chart is based on very simple numbers, thus "the figures don't lie."
Tanya Dua
December 4, 2019
Business Insider
The new platform, called Q, claims to use artificial intelligence to turn cultural trends into actionable insights.
Isabelle Kirkwood
November 29, 2019
BetaKit
A new report from Ottawa-based accelerator L-Spark has found Canadian SaaS companies received a cumulative $5.13 billion in capital invested in 2019.
Annie Musgrove
November 29, 2019
Tech.eu
CakeHR, the London-based provider of cloud HR solutions, has been acquired by Sage Group, a legacy business software company in the UK that is transitioning to SaaS. Founded in 2012, CakeHR allows companies, particularly small businesses, move key areas of HR management to the cloud. For the 27,000 users around the world, the SaaS suite ...
Natasha Lomas
November 15, 2019
TechCrunch
London edtech startup pi-top has gone through another round of layoffs, TechCrunch has learned. pi-top confirmed that eight jobs have been cut in the London office, saying the job losses resulted from a "restructuring our business to focus on the U.S. education market". In August we broke the news that the STEM hardware focused company [...]
Mark Settle
November 15, 2019
CIO
There are literally thousands of SaaS applications that can be used to manage almost every aspect of a company's internal operations. On a bad day it may seem as if your company has purchased all of them! Here are some tips on how IT organizations can provide responsible application oversight even in the absence of direct application ownership.
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