For companies looking to overcome their dependence on cookies, and avoid missing out on the wealth of data from Chrome (and other browser) users, here are five reasons email-based targeting is the solution.
How can software vendors shift from delivering products to delivering business outcomes? It requires vertical market expertise, an understanding of the business challenges in that vertical, and a completely different go-to-market strategy.
Managed service providers (MSPs) are facing increased competition as more vendors get into the space and technological advancements make it easier for many companies to handle their IT in-house. At the same, IT teams are facing increasing pressure to deliver more and more with minimal resources. On top of this, the business model between MSPs and their customers is changing. To help address these challenges, Symphony SummitAI works with our MSP partners to provide AI-enabled IT service management.
Major players have positioned themselves as SaaS market leaders, with names like Microsoft, Salesforce, and Oracle dominating their respective spaces. Meanwhile, many other SaaS product categories are bursting at their seams. So, should we believe that the market is already established? What, if anything, is next for SaaS?
Whether your software business is in start-up mode or well established, the decision to sell through resellers can be a difficult — but potentially game-changing — business strategy. Execution of your reseller distribution model is critical, and extensive thought and planning are required.
The Channel is changing rapidly, and we need to be able to adapt and change with it. Creating positive change depends on the questions we are asking ourselves and others.
The shift from orders to subscriptions might not sound earthshaking on the surface, but as Sage Intacct's David Appel explains, it's changing the entire cloud financials market.
ID Agent’s partner program has grown to 1,800+ partners in 21 countries in less than two years since this SaaS company started selling through the channel. Kevin Lancaster, CEO/Founder, and Matt Solomon, VP of Business Development, sat down with SoftwareBusinessGrowth.com to discuss partner support, onboarding, hiring for a channel team, and marketing. For more about the story of ID Agent’s successful channel launch and growth, see the August/September 2019 issue of Software Executive magazine.
Following these four pricing dos and don’ts can help a software company respond correctly when a high-value prospect comes knocking at the door.
The customers using your software, especially those with purchasing and decision- making authority, are busy. Too busy to hop on the phone for an hour and run through a postmortem for a software solution they are no longer interested in using.
Status Quo consistently winning means customers have what they need.
To say that ID Agent’s channel growth has been impressive would be a gross understatement. A more accurate assessment might say the company is a textbook example of how SaaS firms can grow exponentially without a direct sales team. Its channel play began in May 2017, when the company’s headcount was a grand total of two: Solomon and CEO/cofounder Kevin Lancaster. By December of that year 500 partners were reselling the software. Fast forward to today, and those partners total more than 2,000 in 22 countries and 45 employees.
Audits are never a walk in the park, but the unique financial requirements of a SaaS business model can make them especially challenging.
A leading expert in the channel shares advice on strategy, management, marketing, sales, automation, and transformation.
Are channel partnerships driving SaaS revenue? And if so, how much? As it turns out, channel is an important edge for B2B SaaS growth. SaaS Capital reported on their annual survey of 1,000+ private B2B SaaS companies and the impact of channel on revenue.
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