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: Outgrow

Outgrow is a New York-based SaaS startup that helps marketers foster engagement with their readers through interactive marketing.  The platform allows users to create quizzes, calculators, assessments, recommendations, and polls. Randy Rayess (right) and Pratham Mittal (left) founded Outgrow in 2016 as part of VenturePact, a service that helps businesses build and manage software products.  …

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2018: The Year SaaS Went Public

‘Unfair Advantage’ of the SaaS IPO Just days before DocuSign’s April $629 million IPO, Tom Gonser—who founded the electronic signature industry leader in 2003—shared the secret behind his company’s meteoric rise. Drawing on decades as a tech pioneer, including a stint as an Apple executive in its early days and founding NetUpdate, this mysterious ingredient …

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SaaS News Roundup – January 25th, 2019

Welcome to the SaaS News Roundup, where we bring together the top stories from the SaaS industry, keeping you informed and up-to-date.  This month’s items include BigCommerce’s move to Google Cloud, Blippar’s comeback, and the end of Google Hangouts.   BigCommerce Migrates to Google Cloud, Aims to Bolster Speed of Its SaaS Platform  As one of the biggest e-commerce platforms in the world, BigCommerce’s decision …

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