Here are Five New Speaker Additions for SaaStr Annual 2019!

Figuring out which sessions to register for? How about these star-studded speakers! We’re updating our site every day with new sessions and speakers so keep your eyes peeled. That being said…why do the heavy lifting when we can do some for you! Here are a few speakers that you should keep top of your mind when filling out your calendar for this upcoming SaaStr Annual.


Allie Janoch, Mapistry CEO

Allie Janoch“Mapistry makes permit compliance easy, just like TurboTax did for taxes. We are focused on permits that rely heavily on maps. It might surprise you to learn that over 200,000 permits will be submitted in the US by industrial facilities and construction sites this year. With Mapistry, our customers complete their permit in 1 hour instead of 40, saving them thousands of dollars. “ Mapistry is a Berkely-based startup that helps companies comply with stormwater regulations. The company focuses on compliance management for industrial facilities. This includes stormwater services, SPCC services, hazardous materials services, and training.




Dug Song, Duo Security Co-Founder

Dug SongDuo Security is a vendor of cloud-based two-factor authentication services. The company was acquired by Cisco in November of 2018 for $2.35B. The company’s customers include Etsy, Facebook, Yelp and Toyota among others. Duo Security has 14,000+ customers in 100 countries.






Anthony Kennada, Gainsight CMO

Anthony Kennada“Today more than ever before, brand truly matters in B2B. Companies need to care about the individuals behind the logos they are selling to, or risk going out of business.” Anthony Kennada, Gainsight CMO to MarTech Series, Sep.2018. Gainsight is a customer success platform that helps customer-focused businesses deliver outcomes and experiences.






Karen Peacock, Intercom COO

Karen PeacockIntercom is a communication platform used by businesses to acquire, engage and support customers to drive growth. The company has over 25,000 paying customers including Microsoft, IBM, Salesforce/Desk, Atlassian, Shopify, and Expensify. Jennifer joins the company by way of Intuit where she was formerly and SVP of Small Business. She’s an advisor to Namely and Thanx.






Jennifer Tejada, PagerDuty CEO

“Since I’ve started, PagerDuty brought on thousands of new customers to serve over 10,000 today. Our rapid growth has been recognized in 2016 and 2017 by the Forbes Cloud 100, Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Inc. 500 lists. ” Jennifer Tejada to Women who Code, Oct. 2018. Jennifer Tejada is the CEO of PagerDuty and sits on the board of Estee Lauder Companies and Puppet Labs. PagerDuty is a cloud computing company that produces a SaaS incident response platform for IT departments.

Published on December 28, 2018

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