I have a good friend that makes me laugh a lot. When we talk about someone that seems to only take and gives little value, he says, “Yeah, they name streets after that guy — one way.”
"Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world." - Archimedes
Software as a Service providers (SaaS) have many options when it comes to addressing payment-processing needs. Stripe is a fairly new player in the payments space, but one that has quickly established itself as a preferred platform for developers.
Software as a Service (SaaS) applications payment needs typically need a shopping cart / payment checkout or the ability to manage recurring or subscription payments. Both present challenges and opportunities for the SaaS platform but our focus will..
Software Licensing got you down? Get your SaaS in gear and go cloud
Approaching an SaaS (Software as a Service) solution for your business is a daunting task. To help clarify the somewhat murky waters of SaaS sales pitches, blogger Fayez Mohamood offers some practical advice to help prevent a contracting disaster.
Ken Beam provides an excellent overview of problems that may surface when marketing SaaS products through resellers or referral partners. There’s a difference between the two entities. Here’s the breakdown:
Anubhav Saxena reminds us of the The Outsourcing Institute's annual Wall Street Tech conference on June 2, 2015. Conference highlights will include cloud computing, automation, mobility, and cyber security/compliance. These are all areas that interest..
Arik Hesseldahl reminds us that a security breach is a serious matter for any company, large or small. When it happens, anger and finger-pointing are likely to follow. However, findings revealed by a new survey on security trends, indicate that the..
The Internet of Things promises to be a job bonanza for developers, and coders can expect plenty of work at very good pay, according to Michael Rasalan, a director at California-based developer research company Evans Data Corp.
Simple And Recommended SaaS Security Tips
Back in 2011, the U.S. Department of Treasury mandated the implementation of electronic invoicing in support of President Barack Obama’s campaign to cut waste. In the case of the federal government, this executive order reduced the cost of invoicing..
As SaaS marketers know, trust is a key factor in running a successful business. Getting customers to sign up for a Free Trial of your software may, at first, be the result of a strong indoctrination process that gets prospects to know, like, and trust..
Technology advances in such ways that reliable technology gets replaced by more efficient technology. Software like Microsoft Access was once the main software that many businesses used to track sales, customer information and countless other things..
Alex Cohen drives home the difference between SaaS marketing and other forms of offline and online marketing. Marketing has always been about the product and satisfying the customer’s needs. However, SaaS marketing deals with a whole new set of..
"Is Your Customer Experience Technology Helpful or Creepy?" by Jeannie Walters serves as a brief, but invaluable, wake up call for those in business and business owners to take responsibility for their customer experience technology. The article..
There's plenty of visible and hidden costs when it comes to running a business, but one of the most threatening ones tends to be the cost of fighting internal threats. These are the types of unseen attacks that can ravage your business, annoy your..
There’s a lot of pressure put on sales reps to produce. It’s a tough game that often produces quick burnout. To make things even worse, many sales reps arrive at work each day with the fear they’re only as “good” as their last sale. Sam Laber shares..
At a glance, Liam McIvor Martin has provided the world with some critical information about how and where employees spend their time on the Web. Keep in mind that the keyword is ‘employees’. What it may indicate is that the most used website (Google..
Is Your Staff Aware Of The Difference Between Configurability and Customization?