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Capitalism’s Favorite Business Model

Recurring Revenue

The Ordway Podcast

Capitalism’s Favorite Business Model – Recurring Revenue

The Ordway podcast focuses on recurring revenue, which is capitalism’s favorite business model.  Host Steve Keifer, Ordway’s CMO, interviews finance leaders at some of the world’s most innovative SaaS, cloud, AI, and fintech companies.

Topics include

  • SaaS metrics like ARR, net retention, and LTV/CAC
  • Pricing strategies such as subscription and consumption
  • Fundraising approaches with venture capital and growth equity firms
  • Accounting challenges with revenue recognition, collections, and payments
  • Startup advice for founders on go-to-market, culture, and talent acquisition
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