Ed Sim - Issue #5
|Ed Sim||Nov 22, 2016|
great overview - dont have to be over $100k contract size to be worth a ton
Contract sizes are one of the most important inputs into a SaaS company — the dollars that can be extracted per customer is critical to success. Is the annual price customers pay large enough to…
great post - we call this the glue layer for SaaS
Integration companies, while not glamorous, can build market power by positioning themselves at the center of an ecosystem and creating an “ecosystem..
Infrastructure and Dev
moving to bare metals for certain defined tasks can improve performance and reduce cost
GitLab, a popular software development site, has apparently dumped Microsoft Azure cloud-based storage to build its own.
Salesforce keeping momentum up while Cisco earnings are on pause
Amid better-than-expected earnings, Salesforce.com is closing in on the finish line in a race with rival Oracle.
boldstart Portfolio News
super excited about our new fund for enterprise and first check
Boldstart Ventures started off with $1 million in 2010 as a kind of experiment. Could a New York-based outfit find enough seed-stage, enterprise-focused,..
This is a story about starting an enterprise seed fund called Boldstart in 2010 and our journey in enterprise since 1996. Despite our firm…Continue reading on boldstart ventures »
Customer service doesn’t have to be so impersonal. Especially if Brad Birnbaum, cofounder and CEO of CRM platform Kustomer, has anything to do with it.
By Ed Sim
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