Posts in Software as a service

Do SaaS founders enjoy a good work-life balance?

I love SaaS, and I am also a big believer in a good work-life balance. The biggest reason I love building a SaaS business (or any kind of pure-play Internet business) is that it gives me the freedom to work from anywhere/anytime, and I don’t need to rack-up ...

Is simplicity a USP in a SaaS business?

Happy Monday folks! If you run a SaaS company then I highly recommend you subscribe to Peter Cohen’s monthly newsletter on SaaS Marketing. Good stuff! His latest newsletter talks about SaaS and simplicity - how everyone should focus on simple software, less features, jargon-free marketing speak, simple pricing etc. ...

Breakfast Brainstorming: Opportunities in SaaS in India @tiemumbai @seedfund

(A few takeaways by Anand Lunia from Seedfund) The TiE Mumbai group and Seedfund got together to host a breakfast brainstorming session on Software As A Service today at Mocha Mojo, Bandra. BTW, great location for meetups of up to about 45 people. For evening meetups: This place serves booze ...

Code of Conduct for SaaS Companies

SaaS companies sell to the invisible. Hence, it becomes even more challenging to create an exceptional experience for their website visitors and customers. The vision for this Code of Conduct (CoC) is for companies to play by a set of standards so that they can delight their prospects/ customers and ...