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Savings on Both Sides: Vendor and Client Perspectives on the Financial Advantages of SaaS – Part II

Posted on January 28th, 2014 by

As the title says it as well, this is the second part of a blog post series that provides an overview of how SaaS can reshape a company’s finances in multiple areas, from the high-level business model implications to support and compliance. We’ve already covered aspects such as the benefits of onboarding in SaaS or renewal and upgrades, while in the current post we’ll dive into maintenance and support, compliance, partner relationships as well as revenue recognition. The purpose of it all is for software companies to understand how SaaS will transform their business, from a finance pov and more. […]

Savings on Both Sides: Vendor and Client Perspectives on the Financial Advantages of SaaS – Part I

Posted on December 12th, 2013 by

As new trends transform the software industry, it can be hard to stay on top of changing technologies, much less their impact on company finances. While software-as-a-service (SaaS) is often seen as a technical and marketing/ business endeavor, the model has major implications for finance as well. SaaS speeds up interactions and gathers more detailed data for professionals at all levels of the organization, changing every aspect of how software companies operate. […]

Commerce Your Way Into Your Customers’ Hearts

Posted on February 14th, 2013 by

No, we’re not trying to jump the Valentine’s Day bandwagon and slap a heart atop talk about software and SaaS – although we do love the space and our role in it.  What we did want to share was something we see across ISVs worldwide as they work to gain “customer’s love” … that immeasurable goal so often the driver behind the more standard metrics of customer satisfaction, customer traction, and growth … and ultimately revenue. […]

Software and SaaS Sales in 2013: Our Expectations and Predictions

Posted on January 29th, 2013 by

As we leave 2012 behind, we cannot help thinking that the term CRM recently celebrated its 30th birthday! Despite its age, Customer Relationship Management couldn’t be a more “current” issue. As the beginning of a new year is a time for reflection, we are also reflecting on what will matter most to us in 2013. Customer relationships are certainly top of this list, but we’re thinking about many other elements as well. […]