The Complete Guide to Software as a Service is truly “everything you need to know about SaaS”. This is the only book available today that covers the multiple facets of the SaaS model: functional, operational, technical, security and financial. Starting with the definition and the origins of SaaS, it gives a 360-degree view of the inner workings of a SaaS business.
|Great reference book.
A very complete book addressing all important aspects of a SaaS/Cloud business. Well written with concise examples and great references. Highly recommended to anyone looking to start a SaaS company or leading an existing one.
|Helps you build a roadmap and get your foundation right.
If you’re looking to enter the business / world of SaaS products – this is a must read. Prior to reading this book, I felt like I was walking around in the dark, accidentally figuring my way out through SaaS. I’ve been able to create a roadmap for my SaaS business after having read the book. It brought up issues that I’ve been trying to figure out how to overcome – with some suggestions on how those problems are solved across different SaaS companies out there. It’s also surfaced issues that I will likely encounter in the future, allowing me to give some thought / planning for them now. Furthermore, it highlighted key steps in my roadmap that I initially overlooked the importance of but now have circled back to – especially on the topic of product market fit. Has saved me from future frustrations, problems and I’m sure time & money.
This book is a must read for entrepreneurs who are launching a SaaS company. Learn the six ways to fail your SaaS start-up. It will also guide any software company who is transitioning from an on-premise license model to SaaS. Learn what IT and business functions must evolve when moving from one business model to the next. It also provides useful information and insight to different functional managers within a SaaS company. As well, users of SaaS software will become more knowledgeable clients of their SaaS providers after reading this book. Learn how to “read between the lines” of your SaaS contract and focus on the clauses where you have real negotiating power. For anyone interested in learning more about this important shift in the software industry, this book fills a void that exists today in the world of SaaS.