SaaS trend

With $billions invested in digital transformation over recent years, it is little surprise that IDC’s 2020 forecast predicts a continued commitment to the digital enterprise. Moreover, it’s even had a fresh new look for 2020 as the ‘digital-first’ enterprise. What is interesting is the estimation that over the next five years over 90 percent of new apps will be cloud-native, …

With the second annual SaaStr Europe around the corner, we are getting ready to head for Paris and join fellow founders, developers and specialists in the B2B SaaS community. Flights booked…check! Demos ready…check! SaaStr Europa is Europe’s largest gathering of people that are passionate about software development and integration on a cloud platform, and we are keen to get our …

moving to the cloud

Last week we talked about expectations that companies usually have about moving to the cloud and whether these expectations are eventually met afterwards. This week, as promised, we’re publishing an interview with a person who comes from a completely non-cloud area and is running now a 100% cloud-based company. He’s going to share his thoughts on the security issues, advantages …

SaaS applications

Thanks to the cloud computing, the ever-growing number of cloud-based services and products and changes in pricing models (subscription-based and pay-per-use models), it became considerably easier to buy software, which meant it’s growing accessibility. This is sometimes called democratization of IT: Software applications are considerably easier and quicker to access than before.