The third post in my series on SaaS Metrics for Enterprise-Driven B2B Networks. Determining bookings for compensation in two-sided markets is not easy.
The second in a series of posts on SaaS metrics for enterprise-driven B2B networks. This one covers how to modify LTV and CAC for these types of businesses.
Soon there will be two public freelancer marketplaces. First, there was Upwork. Now Upwork will be joined by Fiverr. A comparison is in order.
Bottomline Technologies’ financial reports now make it easier to assess their B2B payments product, Paymode-X. Let’s compare it to Fleetcor’s Nvoicepay.
Fleetcor’s acquisition of nvoicepay gives us a window into the economics of a pure-play B2B payments company betting on v-card adoption.
SaaS metrics abound. But the SaaS metrics that apply to two-sided markets, especially enterprise-driven B2B ones are less well understood.
It was not a good day to own public European Procure-to-Pay stocks, as Basware and Proactis took hits. Tungsten’s stock, however, is headed up.
CB Insights and the New York Times collaborated to predict 50 Future unicorns. The list includes several interesting enterprise software platforms.
GTY Technology recently acquired six software companies that sell SaaS to the public sector. GTY has ambitious growth plans in a slow-growth market.