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SaaS Weekly Roundup #16

Hi Readers! Welcome back to the sixteenth 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

SaaS-based agri-tech company CropIn registers 300% growth 
CropIn is a SaaS-based B2B agri-tech organization which has partnered with over 185 plus clients across 30 countries all over the world, enriching the lives of over 2.1 million farmers by digitizing over 5 million acres of farmlands. They have registered a 3X ARR growth over the last five quarters, translating to a 300% growth during the last 15 months. Read more


GetSwift Announces Two Strategic Acquisitions in North America
GetSwift Limited is the leading provider of SaaS logistics technology. They recently announced the signing of a definitive agreement for the acquisition of the North American delivery management platform Delivery BIZ Pro and a popular workforce scheduling provider, Scheduling+. Read more


Venture Equity Firm Scaleworks Raises $80M Second Flagship Fund
Scaleworks, the B2B SaaS focused venture equity firm based in San Antonio announced the closing of its second round of funding with $80M in capital commitments. Scaleworks has established itself as a leader with its hybrid model to acquiring companies and applying strong common sense business practices. Read more


Gartner: Future of identity management is mobile, SaaS
Research firm Gartner predicts 70 percent of enterprises that use biometrics for authentication will do so with smartphone apps by the year 2022. Last year, less than 5 percent of enterprises did so. According to Gartner, it is the lower cost and improved user experience that will drive this adoption of Mobile & SaaS-based biometric authentication. Read more


Fugue evolves its cloud security offering with new SaaS product
Fugue is a company that automates enterprise cloud security and compliance enforcement to prevent data breaches, policy violations, and system downtime. Fugue has put its cloud expertise to work with a new product introduced late last year to ensure that a company’s cloud infrastructure stays in compliance with security policies. Read more

 

Tips

How to Reduce Churn in your SaaS Company


How B2B SaaS companies can scale like Slack


6 Tips for SaaS Companies Targeting Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMB)

 

Interviews 

Why businesses shouldn’t rely on a single cloud vendor: Ed Jennings
Ed Jennings is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Mimecast who is responsible for leading the global marketing, sales, and services teams. ITBrief interviewed her to know more about multi-cloud and the cost of downtime in Mimecast. Read more

 

Why you need to be your own brand in order to be taken seriously and succeed: Tara Ryan
Tara Ryan is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Swrve. Tara has over 25 years of experience and success in global marketing for technology businesses and has driven fast growth for multiple SaaS, IPO and public companies. Read more
 

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