SaaS Capital Blog

Nov
21
We recently published an analysis of SaaS company departmental spending segmented by revenue level, growth rate and annual contract value (ACV). Among the interesting results, we found that high ACV products (annual contract value over $150,000) have higher cost of goods than lower priced products, and that medium ACV products ($5,000 to $150,000) appear to be the most expensive overall to deliver and support.
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Nov
01
After reading our recent white paper What is My SaaS Company Worth? one of our portfolio company CEOs reached out asking about the premium a SaaS business would garner in a strategic sale vs. a re-cap or equity raise. It struck us that this may be a topic other companies might have questions about so we have addressed it here.
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Oct
25
It might be a good time for SaaS companies to start considering ways to recession-proof their business. Focusing on customer retention, always a good idea, is particularly critical when customers are looking to cut costs.
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Oct
11
I had an entrepreneur ask me a few weeks ago - “What are SaaS companies ‘going for’ these days?” I said, well, it depends on a number of factors, but 5 times annual run-rate revenue is average.
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Sep
02
Stock warrants are a common component of venture debt, and while typically small in relation to the other overarching economics, they are important because they have to do with the cap table, which we all know is a zero sum game. They also can be confusing because they have a unique lexicon, and what information is on the web about warrants focuses more on the legal and tax ramifications rather than the practical.
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Jul
18
SaaS Capital has had nine of its companies “price” their equity in the last 24 months through either a sale of the business or a substantial equity raise. Here's a look at the valuations.
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Nov
07
Simply put, SaaS businesses are traded on a multiple of annualized recurring revenue (ARR). All the other drivers of valuation are tied back to this benchmark in order to support a higher or lower multiple.
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Sep
18
In this final post in our series about company valuation drivers, we take a deeper look at Customer Acquisition Costs as a factor in company valuation.
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Sep
03
The fourth in our series of five blog posts take a look at Gross Margins and its impact on the valuation of your SaaS Business.
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Aug
12
The third in our series of five blog posts take a look at Customer Retention and its impact on the valuation of your SaaS Business.
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Jul
22
The second in our series of five blog posts takes a look at Addressable Market Size as it relates to the valuation of your SaaS Business.
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SaaS Capital clearly understands the SaaS business model and was a valuable source of funding for our new business expansion.

Rich Guerin

CEO CareAnyware, Inc.

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