Steve Keifer explains how businesses have shifted from selling things "as-a-product" to delivering them "as-a-service" and how the main business driver for the change is the desire to gain more recurring revenue.
Dan Kullback, CPA and Director of Solutions Engineering at Ordway, explains the importance of revenue recognition for SaaS businesses to apply GAAP accounting principles for customer contracts under the ASC 606 and IFRS 15 guidelines.
New podcast series will explore the topic of recurring revenue - capitalism’s favorite business model. With an emphasis on technology-centric, as-a-Service business models, the podcast will feature interviews with founders, venture capitalists, and finance leaders…
New SaaS startup billing solution includes revenue recognition, accounts receivable automation, and investor reporting designed for fast-growing, early-staging startups in the software, cloud, and generative AI sectors
CRM and billing integration is critical for processing orders from new customer accounts as well as for upgrades and renewals. When invoicing errors occur it negatively impacts the customer experience creating mistrust.
ARR (Annual Recurring Revenue) is the SaaS and cloud industry's most important metric, but do you really know how to calculate it? Learn the three different approaches that SaaS and cloud companies take.
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