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How Tom Gonser created a document-signing platform and built it into a $6.8 billion SaaS giant

This interview was taken from SaaS Mag Issue 1. To receive your free subscription to SaaS Mag, please sign up here.  Cracking Catagories DocuSign began trading on the Nasdaq at $38 per share on April 27, 2018 after being priced at $29 per share the evening before its public debut. By the end of the …

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Companies Hiring Amid Coronavirus Chaos

To order your free copy of SaaS Mag, click here.  President Trump initially wanted to reopen the U.S. economy by April 12, but has instead extended social distancing until the end of the month. This move could be the start of a mass mobilization of the country’s workforce, as many have been laid off.  However, during this period, many companies continue to hire. Industries …

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Startup Profile: Bubble

Bubble is a visual programming language that empowers the next generation of startups and software creators by making programming web-apps accessible to anyone. In 2019, Bubble was at the point in product development that its users were building full-fledged software applications and rarely running into any limitations. This clear indicator of potential growth provided the …

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Startup Profile: Ciara

Ciara is the first, dedicated virtual assistant for inside sales representatives   The founders, Konstantin Krauss and Martin Heibel, both veteran technology entrepreneurs, are no strangers to the SaaS industry. Prior to launching Ciara, they both founded successful SaaS companies and served as mentors to young tech entrepreneurs. They met by chance in 2018 at …

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Turning Customers Into Fans – An Interview with Microsoft’s Jeff Hansen

The Inside Story of Microsoft’s Strategy to Delight Customers Through Experiential Marketing With products like Office 365 and their Platform/Infrastructure as a Service (PaaS/laaS) cloud computing ecosystem, Azure, Microsoft has taken a sharp turn away from the licensing model that built one of the world’s most successful companies in history, towards a profitable future in …

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