With over 300+ SaaS companies in India, we are indeed evolving stronger and stronger in the software segment. Let’s look at some numbers:

Total number of SaaS companies: 347

Number of Bootstrapped companies: 120

Number of Funded companies: 227

And,

$6.4 Billion Dollars — if I had that sort of money, I’d have a happily ever after every day! And that is the amount invested in Indian SaaS as of today in the 227 companies we have so far (check out the list here).

Anyway, back to the topic. Out of all the companies funded, here’s a list of companies with $100M+ investments and what they are doing:


New Sales(Hunting)

Hunting is a term that one might often come across while trying to understand how the Sales segment of SaaS functions and that is because it is the basic source of revenue for any company since it deals with bringing in new customers every month. …


Highlights:

Following companies has a huge advantage — you can actually see every company’ performance by tracking its stocks.

As the above table depicts, a few companies like Shopify, RingCentral, Twilio and Docusign have had tremendous growth in the past 6 months. Why — because in one way or another…


We at SaaS Insider have compiled a list of SaaS Companies to understand the demographics, with just Indian SaaS Companies as the first step. We hope this information is helpful for job seekers, considering the current situation.

Since the demographic keeps changing, we will be updating it periodically and as always, feel free to drop me a line with any suggestions, comments, and feedback!

Follow this link to know more!


Customer Success is the hot topic these days in the cloud industry and everybody knows the reason behind it — a huge chunk of revenue depends on how many customers are retained, for which Customer Success(CS) is essential. …

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