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Posts Tagged ‘subscriptions’

4 SaaS Pricing Strategies To Increase Recurring Monthly Revenue

Posted on May 18th, 2015 by

While SaaS has many advantages over the traditional software business model, it does come with its own unique challenges. One of the most difficult is creating new sources of recurring revenue from existing customers. Unlike traditional software companies that can generate additional revenue through updates and new releases, SaaS businesses must find new and more creative ways to increase their monthly revenue. One of the most effective to emerge has been using varying pricing as a strategy. […]

Industry Buzz – April 2015

Posted on May 7th, 2015 by

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We’ve collected great tips this month to help you improve your strategies, as well as building off the industry’s deepest set of tools to support the entire digital commerce lifecycle. Subscribe to our newsletter and be updated on new blogposts, whitepapers and webinars on how to grow your software and services business. […]

Everything You Wanted to Know About Customer Acquisition for SaaS

Posted on February 20th, 2015 by

Of all the stages of the SaaS commerce lifecycle, new customer acquisition is easily is one of the most critical factors that determine SaaS growth. But in addressing the needs of SaaS customer acquisition, many companies end up wasting precious time, money and resources in the wrong strategies, channels and metrics. The wrong approach is, in fact, responsible for dwindling subscriptions, decreasing recurring revenue and inevitable failure that befall many an unfortunate SaaS company. […]

Cool Companies Interview Series – About Big Content with Treparel  

Posted on September 11th, 2014 by

“Today, CIOs and Business Decision-makers are seeking more flexible and investment-friendly models with ongoing access to a service.”

There’s so much buzz around Big Data – but how about Big Content? Surely, an up and coming area, getting sexier as usage cases expand. For example, you watch your sales drop in a certain region – it’s good that you’re tracking, but the next more important step is to understand why they dropped, and – even more importantly – what you are going to do about it. […]

Back to School TIP: Top 10 Myths of Payment Processors

Posted on September 10th, 2014 by

It’s September, which means, summer’s officially over and everyone’s going back to school, and back to school shopping means lots and lots of commerce.

But just as every calculator isn’t a scientific calculator, neither is every payment processor a digital commerce provider.  The problem is, when the packaging looks the same, called the same thing and they both claim to provide the same functionality – how do you tell the difference?

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Fields of Gold for (e)Commerce – Happy 20th Birthday!

Posted on August 28th, 2014 by

This month marks the 20th birthday of ecommerce – it’s been two decades since NetMarket sold “Ten Summoner’s Tales” by Sting (as a physical CD, of course, not a download – we weren’t that advanced back then, plus the disc would have taken hours to download on dial-up). We’ve come a long way since SSL technology finally enabled secure payments by protecting personal information and Amazon sold only books. Now, the online retailer sells everything from boots to bookends, and has millions of competitors aiming for a piece of the online sales pie.

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