As discussed earlier the two most important metrics of a SaaS company are growth rate and retention rate. Wall Street understands this and considers retention as the second most important factor in valuing a SaaS company (first is growth rate). I would take it even further and argue that for SaaS startups retention should be… Continue reading It’s all about the churn
Now that we’ve talked about why SaaS is a beautiful business model, I’d like to give some guidance and tips to help do it right. Of course there is no “one size fits all” answer to how to do SaaS, but there are many things which are common across companies and many things we see that… Continue reading Grow or die
SaaS is one of the most beautiful business models out there. At BVP, we have been extremely bullish on it and have probably one of the largest portfolios of SaaS companies out there. The benefit of this model also hasn’t escaped public investors which can be seen by the BVP cloud index, which tracks 38 public Cloud Computing Companies. The average company… Continue reading So you want to kick SaaS?