Our 5 Favourite SaaS Companies

With more and more SaaS companies popping up every day, here’s the MyWallSt analyst team’s pick of our favourite five.

James Dunne
Jun 10 · 4 min read

1. Atlassian

While most people will never have heard of Jira, Confluence, or Bitbucket, you can be sure that many of the applications you use on your phone every day (including our MyWallSt app) were built with a heavy reliance on them.

2. DocuSign

Throughout your life, you’ll put your signature at the end of thousands of documents. Every shade of legal contract imaginable has required manual preparation, printing, postage, and stroke of the pen — followed by a return journey by emailed PDF or courier. Whether you’re a first-time home-buyer or a president signing a bill into law, the humble pen and paper have always been the moment of truth and final step.

3. Paycom

Peter Lynch, the author of ‘One Up on Wall Street’ and one of history’s greatest investors, loved boring companies. In his own words:

4. Workday

In 2004, David Duffield watched as the company he had founded 17 years earlier was swallowed up in a hostile takeover by tech giant Oracle. Months later, he started a new company, determined to go after Oracle’s bread and butter — large enterprise clients.

5. Zendesk

When it comes to looking for a good SaaS investment, we typically keep an eye out for three things:

  1. A sticky product.
  2. The ability to cross or upsell to existing customers.

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