Taulia took a step up and released some meaningful metrics about their network last week. Could it be the Coupa S-1 effect?
Biological ecosystems are a great analogy for business ecosystems. “Bow Ties” from biology are also great analogies for B2B SaaS platforms.
Platform operators, or owners, will find it useful to think of their digital ecosystems as similar to the biological ecosystems that exist in nature.
Battery Ventures says the most popular Private B2B SaaS companies to work for include a few procure-to-pay players and some vertical players as well.
The Cargomatic story has plenty of drama. But look beyond the drama and you will see the central challenge of all B2B SaaS marketplaces: adoption.
The third in my silly series “Tales from a B2B Road Warrior”. This Airline Boarding Equivalency Chart is truly a public service.
If you are interested in what it costs to move money between parties (in this case between countries) today’s Wall Street Journal is for you.
Disruptive Innovation should be about re-writing the economics of an industry, not breaking laws or acting unethically. Hubris leads to the latter.
Second in my series of Road Warrior posts, this one is about the return of airline snacks and the Stroopwafel.