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SaaS Weekly Roundup #13

Hey, Readers! Welcome back to the thirteenth edition of our SaaS Weekly Roundups. Today’s round-up will cover some interesting SaaS business articles, industry tips and interviews from famous SaaS personalities. These articles are carefully curated from around the web, to update you on the recent SaaS happenings.

Articles

 

Gartner Predicts Increased Adoption of Mobile-Centric Biometric Authentication and SaaS-Delivered IAM
Gartner, Inc. predicts that 70 percent of organizations using biometric authentication for workforce access will implement it via smartphone apps, regardless of the endpoint device being used before 2022 though this figure is fewer than 5 percent now. Lower costs and improved user experience/customer experience (UX/CX) are fueling this increasing interest in biometric authentication. Read more
 

Dropbox acquires HelloSign for $230M, putting it in e-signature competition with DocuSign and Adobe
Dropbox is jumping into the e-signature market with a major acquisition of HelloSign, a document signing and workflow company for $230 million. Dropbox is mostly associated with file storing and sharing, but the acquisition expands the company’s reach and puts it in competition with companies like DocuSign and Adobe. Read more
 

AWS and Microsoft reap most of the benefits of expanding cloud market
While it appears that overall economic activity could be slowing down, one area that continues to soar is the cloud business. Microsoft Azure's cloud growth was flat from the previous quarter, it still grew a healthy 76 percent with $9.4 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, AWS, Amazon's cloud division, grew 46 percent to $7.4 billion. Read more
 

ARM® Data Center Services Announces Industry-first True SaaS Network Inventory Platform
 ARM®, the most innovative network inventory, and asset recovery company, today announced the availability of its cARMa® Network Inventory Platform, the industry-first true SaaS solution enabling service providers to take control and gain visibility into expense, revenue, and capacity of its network infrastructure. Read more

 

Interviews


Days of treating Cloud as infrastructure-as-a-service are over: IBM’s Natarajan
Subram Natarajan has been with International Business Machines Corp for almost two decades and has worked in a variety of roles across India and the US. For the past two-and-a-half years, as chief technology officer at IBM India, he has been responsible for positioning the company’s technologies and platform with its clients. Read more

 


Vertical SAAS product for Dry Cleaning & Laundry business: Rachit Ahuja
Quick Dry Cleaning (QDC) Software suite is for dry cleaning/laundry business automation which helps in customer relationship management, garment tracking, field services, and online ordering. Rachit Ahuja, Founder of Quick Dry Cleaning Software, shares about the product, key business problems it solves, and how it is helping businesses. Read more

 

Tips

 

How to leverage SaaS app stores for your Go-to-Market strategy


SaaS Applications: A Checklist of the most Essential Features


The strategies, tactics & issues in B2B SaaS sales

 

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