Just to be sure (sorry again :-))when you mean that you provide the infrastructure to build a SaaS app store you mean: 1- for SaaS that want to build their own app store where third-party tools will connect to them (ex: Salesforce with AppExchange) 2- or an internal app store that lists the available connectors that a SaaS has already build with…
Hi Gertjan, thanks for the comment!
Let me know if I understand it well, Apideck provides two distinct solutions: 1- a “SaaS appstore as a Service” for companies which want to create their own app store 2- a product that help SaaS founders manage their presence on the growing number of SaaS app stores
I don’t think it’s the case, I think the data needs to be considered either as an asset or valuable in the long term. And I don’t believe that to do lists, tasks and other “records” such as these can be considered as “crucial” for a company. Once a project or a task is completed you generally don’t leverage the accumulated data set. My 2 cents.
yes agree, the startup business is a tough one. That being said Stormpath was acquired by Okta.
And yes building thanks to a third party service has risks, so you should always have a good balance between risk and reward. It’s the tech environment we’re leaving now (and it’s not only for APIs, look how content providers are dependent on Facebook).
Hi Alex, very sorry, I saw your great question already but was keeping it for the final Q&A video.
But to answer you right now:
Generally one of the tasks of an associate is to work on the dealflow. They check whether the company is a good fit for the firm, potentially do some deep dives to learn…
Hi Olivier, thanks for your comment!
I think it really depends on each case but going the VC way when you’ve bootstrapped to let’s say +$5M ARR is not an easy decision and depends on many factors: