There’s now a whole group of companies I’ve invested in, and/or been an advisor/board member or other close relationship with … that are hitting or have recently crossed 4 Years…
We defied all market odds and became one of the fastest growing software companies ever, bootstrapping our way to $20M ARR. And unlike most of today’s startups, we didn’t do it the traditional way.
In this quick guide, Johanna Ydergård, Head of Crowdsource @ Detectify, takes us into the mind of a hacker and shares how you can secure your company and users because a firewall just isn’t enough.
SaaStr 411: Slack Chief Product Officer Tamar Yehoshua on Effective Product Design, Customer Development Processes, and Evolving Management Philosophies
SaaStr Podcast #400 with Splash CEO Ben Hindman and SaaStr CEO Jason Lemkin: “The Future of Digital Events”
In today’s SaaStr Insider episode SaaStr CEO and Founder Jason Lemkin catches up with Ben Hindman, Co-Founder & CEO at Splash to talk about the future of digital events.
Wondering how your SaaS business got slapped with a multi-million dollar sales tax bill from one or multiple states? Probably because you, like so many other SaaS companies out there, didn’t even know you had to collect and remit sales tax.
How do you compete in a tough marketplace with thousands of competitors? Join Adam Blitzer as he shares insights from launching a company in a crowded space.
Whether you just scored your Series A or are about to go public, there’s no reason to waste precious capital on tasks that could be automated.
SaaStr Podcast #383: Growing Product and Engineering Orgs from Zero to IPO with Twitter and Redpoint Ventures
Nick Caldwell has built and grown product and engineering organizations at PowerBI (0 to 300 engineers), Reddit (500M MAU) and Looker ($2.7B sale to Google). Nick will share 5 big lessons he’s learned along the way that you can use as you build your company’s product and engineering functions from its earliest days to its largest successes.
Digital transformation as we know it has come and passed. Companies that prepared for a digital-centric future are flourishing, but those who have been reluctant to change are now faced with serious challenges. Data infrastructure is the backbone of the digital world and its future lies with the technologies that can truly take advantage of all the resources available across the cloud. We take a look at the future of data infrastructure and its importance in the digital-centric world.
A ways back, Forbes was kind enough to pick up a thread I did on Quora about my 5 favorite good days, and 5 most visceral bad days, in the early days,…