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Share your Views in the Transition to SaaS & Subscriptions Survey

Posted on September 20th, 2016 by

The software business is a constantly changing industry (right, like we didn’t know!) and SaaS & Subscription-based models have gained a lot of ground in the last few years. We see at Avangate a steady increase in subscription-based transactions, either from SaaS, online services or downloadable software that comes with a subscription attached. More precisely, 42% of sales volumes passing through the Avangate platform were subscription-related in 2011, compared to 48% in 2012, 55% in 2013, 63% in 2014, 70% in 2015, and a whopping 73% in H1 2016. It’s not an accident, it’s a trend and a strong one. All known facts, but what about the transition to SaaS & subscriptions? How is that going for the companies that embrace it?

Avangate is conducting a research on exactly this topic, the transition to SaaS and Subscriptions, in order to take a look at the necessary steps, challenges and success factors implied by such a business decision. If you recently transitioned to SaaS & Subscriptions or if you are currently transitioning, we want to hear about the challenges you had to overcome so far and what it takes to adapt to a new business model.

We’ll “deconstruct” the transition to SaaS & Subscriptions to figure out how to approach such a business model shift and make sure it is a success.

Please take part in our survey and share your thoughts regarding transitioning software to SaaS & Subscriptions
. You are welcome to get a copy of the findings, all packed with learnings and best practices from other peers. Just don’t forget to leave your email address at the end.

And for the ones who don’t think about transitioning yet, what would determine you to shift your business model to SaaS & Subscriptions?

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Delia Ene

Communications & AR Senior Manager

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