A credible SaaS financial model is not only useful for third parties; it should also guide your company strategy. But how do you build one you can trust? Hint: use the one linked...Read More
Where we explore SaaS finance topics, release free analysis templates, and maybe make a few SaaS-y jokes.
The age old question: Excel or Google Sheets? Many finance folks will default to Excel, since that’s what they’re used to. However, Google Sheets has some very compelling features that set it apart,...Read More
For SaaS companies, one key expense to watch is your cost of revenue (COGS). This figure determines how profitable each customer is to you. In turn, this impacts your valuation (and investor interest)....Read More
SaaS revenue stems from new customers and renewals. While the latter gets a lot of attention (since recurring revenue is the magic of SaaS), in this post we'll focus on forecasting new customer...Read More
A financial model is a tool that helps you predict your company’s future performance. It converts assumptions into projections for revenue, expenses, and cash. As a result, you get ongoing, actionable insight to...Read More
This decision could make or break the credibility of your projections. Imagine you’re in a board meeting and an investor ask why you’re projecting 50% revenue growth if marketing spend is being cut....Read More
A well-staffed Customer Success (CS) team is crucial for a smooth onboarding process and customer retention. As such, when your company customer base grows your CS staffing levels must follow suit. However, a...Read More