From startups to Fortune 50 enterprises, it seems that adopting a subscription-based business model is now...Read More
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The Rolling Stones were mistaken. On a worldwide basis, companies are accelerating cloud migration rather than...Read More
With no signs of slowing down, SaaS adoption is exploding. A recent MarketsandMarkets forecast predicts that...Read More
The concept is simple. When you pay your utility bills – electric, gas, water – or...Read More
Also known as pay-as-you-go or usage-based pricing, a consumption-based pricing model enables customers to pay for...Read More
As a subscription business the metrics needed to accurately forecast your annual recurring revenue – not...Read More
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As the bread and butter of subscription-based companies, monthly recurring revenue (MRR) is the predictable amount...Read More
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Driven by many factors, the global software-as-a-service (SaaS) market is projected to reach USD 307.3 billion...Read More
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It may not exactly be a new term, but we still get asked, “What is subscription...Read More
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The “freemium” (“free” + “premium”) business model has grown more and more prevalent over the last...Read More
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