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On this episode of SaaS Open Mic The challenges of revenue attribution for B2B SaaS businesses The do’s and don’ts of revenue attribution Google Analytics for complex sales cycles Why you can’t measure everything but you should measure what you canBởi Lars Grønnegaard, Bianca Wilk
 
In this episode of SaaS Open Mic: The story of Mind the Product, the world’s largest community of product managers How it sold to Pendo What software companies should consider before acquiring a community De-Risking acquisitions What community leaders should contemplate when considering an exit Building audiences versus building communities The nex…
 
In this episode of the SaaS Open Mic we discuss: Rapid growth during a pandemic How to tailor priorities and keep focus during a growth phase Establishing clear guidelines and expectations in remote work Measuring success through outputs (and not inputs) Hiring with a standardized process in mind Focus on company values Automating onboarding North …
 
In this episode of the SaaS Open Mic we discuss: How initial pricing models can be challenging and ultimately need to change Reaching price to value alignment Making the final decision to switch to a different pricing model The three dimensions of pricing experimentation and when to apply A/B testing The metrics that SaaS businesses need to keep an…
 
We touch on many topics related to pricing migration: The decision drivers that led ChartMogul to decide on a pricing migration How to prepare for a pricing migration Where things could go wrong Maintaining flexibility and making space for conversation Don't forget to subscribe to never miss an episode!…
 
In this episode of SaaS Open Mic, Ross and I discuss creating repeatable revenue processes and: Customer journey mapping Improving the funnel Positioning and sales/marketing alignment How to know when to iterate on your processes Personas and PMF Revenue generation responsibilities beyond the sales organization Relationship building…
 
Our interview covers the following: The shift from a service business to SaaS Focusing on the problem and nothing else Raising money The balance between confidence and vulnerability in the leadership team Employee experience I hope you enjoy the latest episode of SaaS Open Mic!Bởi Olivia Jarvis, Jeb Banner
 
John and I sit down to talk about the success he’s seen running his agency like a subscription business, and: Agency versus subscription model HIstorical data and billing practices LTV, ARPA, and other SaaS metrics Tracking lead source and its contribution to revenue Churn and customer retention Tracking custom attributes Pricing Resources Black Pr…
 
Alexa and I discuss: The myth of a no sales product-led growth Repeatable trends, Tests, and Metrics: When this happens, know why it will happen Marketing-qualified leads versus product-qualified leads Combine customer firmographic data and product usage to get to closed-won When to you add a sales team to your self-serve model Lead scoring and pri…
 
Thomas has sold hundreds of businesses in his 10 years in M&A and understands what it takes to hit your target valuation – but you have to know where you're headed if you want to draw a roadmap to get there. We discuss company benchmarks and how companies can decide on which areas of the business to focus on and when it's best to bring in outside h…
 
Userflow lets your team build customized in-app tours, checklists and surveys, without code. It’s a tool to help drive onboarding and trial conversions. It was a conscious choice of the Userflow team to focus on product-led growth from day one. They try to avoid hiring people to solve problems and look into improving the product instead. “The essen…
 
On this weeks episode, Tatiana shares her insights about: When and why Tatiana started Revolv Culture Solutions Before and after: What employee engagement looks like and how it is measured Methodologies and strategies to cultivate culture The role of leadership in creating culture Where remote work goes wrong and what to do about it Hybrid work mod…
 
What I love about this episode is Adam's willingness to share his thinking and strategy about what it means to succeed as an enterprise solution. We cover: Strategies to diversify and promote your brand How consumer buying trends impact GMV, and how GMV impacts related-SaaS entrepreneurship His approach to analyze, research, and acquire SaaS busine…
 
In this episode of SaaS Open Mic, I talk to Jenna Wyer (@Jenna W.), Vice President of Partnerships and Head of Payments at Recurly. Jenna has an impressive background in partnerships and payments from her time with Recurly, Spreedly, and as the founding VP of Sales at Braintree. This means she’s no stranger to navigating relationships with payment …
 
In this episode of SaaS Open Mic, I talk to Adam Jones (@AdamJones85), Vice President of Sales for Thinkific, a product-led company that helps businesses create, market, and sell customized online courses. What’s especially interesting for our listeners is that Thinkific’s sales organization and strategy was layered on 6 years into building the bus…
 
Matt Spiegel is a licensed lawyer and serial entrepreneur. His first tech startup was called MyCase, a SaaS product that, “keeps all of your important case details — documents, contacts, calendars, emails, tasks, invoices — in a single, organized location.” The transition from criminal defense law to SaaS started as a “scratch your own itch” kind o…
 
In this episode of SaaS Open Mic, I talk to Brendan Sweeney (@popmenu.com), CEO and Co-Founder of Popmenu, a restaurant technology company. He talks about product market fit by sharing the story of Popmenu and finding success in an obvious place: the online experience of restaurants. “We started off with delivering to restaurants a dynamic menu tha…
 
We're back with a new season of SaaS Open Mic. To kick things off, I talk to Andrew Gazdecki (@agazdecki), former CEO of Bizness Apps & Altcoin (both acquired). His most recent venture is MicroAquire, a marketplace designed to help startups get acquired. Andrew shares his goal to make a thousand millionaires by helping entrepreneurs exit. “The gene…
 
This interview is with one of my most-requested guests and someone who’s had an outsized influence on my thinking about SaaS metrics and the wider SaaS industry. David Skok is a former entrepreneur turned VC, who founded four companies before he turned his focus to investing. He’s now General Partner at Matrix Partners. David was thinking about Saa…
 
Receptive is a SaaS company helping businesses build better products by collecting and acting on customer feedback more effectively. Hannah Chaplin founded the company, along with her co-founder Dan, back in 2015. Like many other B2B SaaS products, Receptive began its life as a project inside of an existing organization that was eventually spun out…
 
Christoph Janz (@chrija) is managing partner at Point Nine Capital — a venture capital firm that's highly prevalent in the world of SaaS. After founding several internet businesses in the 90s and early 2000s, Christoph converted to a career in venture capital and made several early investments in companies such as Zendesk, FreeAgent and Geckoboard.…
 
If you’ve ever thought about bootstrapping your own side project to meaningful revenue and scale, this episode is for you. Today I’m talking to Maxime Berthelot of Buffer and PixelMe. PixelMe was conceived next to a pool in Bali, but this is not a digital nomad story — both founders are based in France. In fact, Maxime didn’t even quit his day job …
 
We all know that SaaS companies should be collecting customer feedback. But how you should actually manage, process, quantify, categorize and action that feedback data is far from simple. Especially when you’re operating at scale. Canny Co-Founders Sarah and Andrew left their jobs at Facebook to bootstrap Canny as a SaaS business, because they beli…
 
When Max Seelemann (@macguru17) and his team at Ulyssess announced their pivot to a subscription model in August 2017, they knew it would cause some controversy among users and the wider tech industry. In fact, Max wanted to create a wave in the industry and the operation was poised to make the most of any resulting publicity. "For us as developers…
 
One of the biggest barriers to SaaS businesses going truly global from day one is localization. That is, the process of adapting your product to meet the language and cultural requirements of a specific target market. Vasco Pedro is Founder and CEO of Unbabel, a company helping businesses go global from day one through both AI and human-powered tra…
 
David Cancel, CEO of Drift is a product person through and through. He’s no stranger to growing a SaaS business, formerly working as CPO at HubSpot after his startup Performable was acquired by the Marketing giant. David firmly believes that the experience of buying business software is lagging far behind the experience we’ve all come to expect fro…
 
Feedback culture doesn't just happen. In startups feedback is rarely given focus from day one. So how can an established team nurture processes and attitudes towards feedback that make the difference between a desirable company and one you shouldn't touch with a bargepole? Feedback, and the culture surrounding it, is one of the biggest contributors…
 
For most SaaS startups, there comes a point when expansion to new markets seems like the logical path to faster growth. Arun Mani is Managing Director for Freshdesk's efforts in Europe, and his approach and philosophy towards this (and career growth in general) is something we should all pay attention to.…
 
Whether by design or by chance, Zapier has found itself at the center of the unbundling of SaaS and rise of API-based solutions. Enabling code-free integrations between over 800 apps (including ChartMogul), it's clear why this is the case -- Zapier empowers employees across the world to scale their output and effectiveness to new levels. I spoke to…
 
Mikita Mikado started out on his entrepreneurial career, selling berries he’d picked in his home Belarus, and now runs PandaDoc, a Series-A funded SaaS business in San Francisco. Clearly there’s a LOT that happened between those two points of Mikita’s life. I joined him to try and understand some of the things he’s learned along the way. In our dis…
 
As a consumer, an increasing proportion of my digital life can be attributed to subscriptions. Photo editing, movie watching, music listening, ebook reading, blog hosting… and plenty more. But what about subscriptions for physical products? This is the realm of Berlin-based Grover. I paid a visit to their HQ, to chat to Thom Cummings (CMO) and Mich…
 
Looking back at Sharon’s experience, it’s clear that nurturing communication in communities, groups and movements is the underlying theme of her career. This conversation goes deep on the pricing strategy for Mobilize. Sharon and her team have a very clear vision for how the subscription pricing should be structured, with each plan targeting a spec…
 
Introducing: Jukely Founder, Bora Celik. Jukely is a subscription for going to concerts. For a monthly fee you can go to unlimited live concerts — even every night of the week, if you can handle such a schedule. The music events scene is a tough segment to crack — many startups have tried and failed along the way, trying to use technology to change…
 
Webflow is a fascinating product in the SaaS space, partly because it’s commonly associated to a current trend in the industry towards consolidation. I wanted to probe a bit more on this topic, and also understand Bryant’s approach to building, marketing and selling a product that targets multiple user personas.…
 
Tope Awotona, Founder and CEO of Calendly is big on Focus, and it’s clear that this has played a big part in launching his product to the world. Tope moved from a background of Enterprise Sales in businesses like IBM, Perceptive Software and EMC to solve a problem that was close to his heart in those roles: Scheduling. I Spoke to Tope about why the…
 
Typeform is one of europe’s hottest SaaS businesses, after raising a $15M Series A in 2015. And moving into a beautiful, expansive new office space this year. I wanted to get some insights from David into his thinking around user experience (UX) as a concept, and how the team at Typeform are pushing beyond this into what is referred to as Human Exp…
 
Go to the website of London-based Connect Ventures and the first thing you’ll see is three statements: They invest early. They are product focused. They are hands on. But what drives this approach to investing in young startups? I spoke to Managing Partner Pietro Bezza to find out.Bởi ChartMogul
 
Jameson, now a subscription box pioneer, set out to build his first subscription box business (Conscious Box) purely out of interest and product potential. Yet some years later, he's crafted a formula for subscription box success, and reaps the benefits of a recurring-revenue-based lifestyle business.…
 
Alex is a driving force of the Paris startup scene, having founded several startups himself and worked at the capital's startup builder eFounders before moving onto new projects. I wanted to really understand why he decided to create B2B rocks, as well as his vision for the future of the conference.Bởi ChartMogul
 
Word of mouth is one of the oldest forms of marketing there is. It’s also the most effective. But in today’s world, when customers are other companies, what is it really worth? And how are B2B businesses making the most of it? Read this full article and many more at http://blog.chartmogul.com. Narrated by Annie Musgrove Produced by Ed Shelley & Ann…
 
Since launching in 2015, Clearbit has gone from strength-to-strength in their quest to be the definitive Business Intelligence infrastructure for businesses. In this chat, co-founder and CEO Alex MacCaw talks about his career in tech and engineering, including working for Stripe in the "early" days and travelling the world whilst writing his book o…
 
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