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Successful SaaS startups in 2020

Updated on February 4, 2020
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Successful SaaS startups in 2020

Successful SaaS startups in 2020
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Successful SaaS startups in 2020

The technological revolution of the world has been crazy. Establishing a business is not as simple in 2019 as it used to be a few years ago. It requires multiple dimensions to be taken care of and until you are a money tycoon, you can’t build it all yourself. This is where you need to outsource and take help of certain businesses, who are just there to solve that particular issue of yours. SaaS companies are mainly built on the same idea and they have their massive share of popularity too in 2019. So let’s dig into what SaaS is and what do we have to do with it.

What is SaaS?

SaaS is a method of software delivery and licensing that provides software access online via a subscription, instead of buying and installing it on individual computers. SaaS is changing the way for organizations to make their work easier. SaaS products are designed on the phenomena to distribute data online that can be accessed from a browser of any device. Companies will be able to continuously host the software to get constant IT support. This will allow greater collaboration, stronger network security, straight-forward, upfront prices, and additional features.

What is a SaaS company?

SaaS companies are such organizations that make certain software to provide customers with a service they need. These businesses usually develop, create, host, and update the product all from one prime central location. SaaS businesses are built with immediate access to an unrestricted global market and they have the ability to grow without raising product delivery costs.

Here is a list of some SaaS start-ups thriving towards the best in 2019.

MailChimp

MailChimpMail Chimp is a B2B SaaS Company that owns three major products. A marketing software company, that allows you to automate scheduled emails along with tracking their results. The product’s presence was ranked 85 in market and satisfaction was 99 with a complete score of 94.

Veeva Systems

Veeva Systems is a B2B SaaS Company. It offers cloud solutions for the pharmaceutical and global life sciences industries. The market value of Veeva Systems is $11 billion.

DocuSign

DocuSign is a B2B SaaS Company. It is an app that makes it convenient for businesses to obtain online signatures for documents. It works when users sign a release form and then create a digital signature so they can sign the company's document. The market value of DocuSign stands at $8.3 billion.

Workday

Workday is a B2B SaaS Company, it provides a tool that human resources team can use for human capital management and financial management. The market value for workday is $26.2 billion as of now.

SurveyMonkey

SurveyMonkey is a B2B and B2C SaaS Company. It is an online survey developer tool, built to help businesses and individuals with data collection, analysis, and representation. Its market presence was ranked 64 and 100 in satisfaction with a complete score of 91.

Dropbox

Dropbox is a B2B and B2C SaaS Company. It is a cloud-based storage solution for data and documents. The company mainly owns four products. Their primary product was ranked 72 in marketing presence and scored 99 in satisfaction with a complete score of 90.

Slack

Slack is a B2B and B2C SaaS Company. It mainly owns three products. The main product is a chat tool that allows video conferencing, internal messaging, and productivity bots. Slack was ranked 85 in the market with 100 satisfaction rate and a complete score of 94.

ServiceNow

ServiceNow is a B2B SaaS Company. It provides enterprise automation solutions, mainly to streamline work/conversations across organizations. The market value for ServiceNow is $30.5 billion.

Wave

Wave is a Cloud Computing and a Human Resources company. It’s a free financial software, designed for small and medium sized business organizations. Wave operates by creating professional invoices and sending it to relevant recipients, making the estimates and receipts in seconds.

Wingify

Wingify is an Information Technology SaaS startup. It develops tools for optimizing the business website. It has numerous products that helps getting a boost in conversions, website sales, and signups and in return decreases the advertising budget too.

Worklife

WorkLife is a Mobile app, developed on SaaS format. This web application is designed for organizations to reclaim their time, create definite agendas for meetings, and track progress on further steps.

Xola

Xola is a SaaS aka booking software for tour companies. It provides online booking and distribution system that greatly saves time by planning tours and activities for you, also it reduces costs and increase revenue.

Yardbook

YardBook is a Business Intelligence based SaaS startup. It provides an end-to-end solution with a multiple features of generating schedules, invoices, estimates, payments, timesheets and much more.

Lead feeder

Leas Feeder is a B2B and Lead Generation SaaS platform. It provides organizations with data on what a business’s potential prospects and customers can do on their websites that will help them in increasing their marketing ROI and generate higher sales.

Salsa CRM

CRM is a non for profit SaaS startup software for digital marketing, donor management, online fundraising tools, peer to peer fundraising, , and online advocacy campaigns. It has a visual dashboard that provides important information at a single glance. That is why helping organizations causes an increase in their bottom line results.

B2B SaaS and Emerging Trends:

B2B SaaS is an emerging industry now. These are such companies that sell software to other businesses as service, who do not have their own technical team to make it for themselves. It is easy for companies to outsource and take help of SaaS companies as it brings convenience for them because building it on their own would require lots of time and money investment. These products help organizations run smoothly by automating the internal functions for them. Many businesses depend on these services to enhance and expand their sales, marketing, and customer service efforts.

B2B SaaS companies are generally more invested in customer success because their products help businesses achieve their goals. Customers are more likely to remain loyal when they succeed in their business through SaaS. This promotes mutual growth and trust between the company and its customers. Even some SaaS companies have made their way to the top this year, which is also a considerable thing to acknowledge in their respective markets.

Conclusion:

We curated a list of the strongest, biggest and fastest-growing, SaaS companies to give you an idea of what these organizations look like and what you can learn from them in 2019. These companies set the benchmark for what a successful SaaS business looks like. Emerging businesses can set specific goals to strive towards 2019 and beyond simply by studying the achievements of these SaaS companies.

© 2020 Frank

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    • frank amelia profile imageAUTHOR

      Frank 

      7 weeks ago from USA

      Thanks i will consider your feedback and i will write some more amazing content hope you will like... :)

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      Umesh Chandra Bhatt 

      7 weeks ago from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India

      Nice account about SaaS companies as what they are and what they provide. New information. Thanks.

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