Customers negotiate for discounts on a purchase by paying up front. And most SaaS vendors are ready to offer that. Payment plans and Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) options are becoming more common in B2B.
As we head into 2023 SaaS companies will continue to have to deal with the recession. Customers become cash constrained, small and mid-size businesses become cash reserved, and large businesses cut budgets. As a result, tech investing will slow down.
BNPL offers SaaS customers an accessible and manageable way to make purchases matching their cash flow needs and budget/approval constraints
The buyer’s landscape has changed drastically over the last few years. One such option that’s become very popular in recent years is ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ (BNPL). BNPL provides customers the freedom and flexibility to buy the product they need with manageable installment payments.
What do enterprises look for when making a software investment? They seek products that deliver results. The key to turning SaaS pricing strategy into a win-win is to recognize that for buyers, a dollar today doesn’t have the same value as a dollar tomorrow.
Growth — that’s what every SaaS startup wants. But rapid expansion doesn’t come cheap. Whether it’s for marketing, sales, product development, staffing, or acquisitions, taking a software company to the next level requires access to plenty of growth capital
With elegant simplicity, Warren Buffet captured the essence of commerce with these immortal words: “Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” The world’s greatest investor is, of course, correct. Looking past the price tag to see a purchase’s true worth is something all buyers try to do, especially in the SaaS space.
Many SaaS founders and CEOs focus more on driving rapid growth than they do on their long-term prospects — because after all, they assume, if you’re growing fast enough then the capital will keep flowing in and you’ll soon find your way to a strong exit. Growth is the key to success.
With startup investment dwindling, some SaaS companies, even the high growth ones, are so concerned that they’re laying off workers. Another option is to look beyond traditional funding channels, and start asking how your fintech stack can help you keep hold of your top talent.
The SaaS marketplace is increasingly crowded and competitive. To stand out from the pack, vendors are investing time, money, and resources to build out innovative features, ensure a high level of customer care, and drive continuous product development.
With many SaaS providers enjoying incredible growth during the pandemic, investors have been eager to support cloud businesses of all shapes and sizes. Now, though, the return to Earth is well and truly underway.
It used to be that SaaS brands were seen as bulletproof — even if the broader market crashed, the theory went, SaaS vendors would be protected by their steady, predictable revenue streams, and investors would stay loyal.
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For SaaS businesses, buying experience is the next big differentiator. B2B buyers are increasingly turning to SaaS vendors that can provide dynamic pricing and payment plans. Read to learn more.
When you’re selling SaaS software, clearly it’s important to figure out what your product is really worth. One way to do that is to think about how much value you deliver, compare it to the competition, and set prices accordingly. That’s the way most vendors operate, and it has served the industry pretty well.