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Anthony Iannarino’s sales blog on “All Opportunities Aren’t Created Equal” got me thinking about prioritizing your time, given limited sales and marketing resources. This is especially important for lean startups and high velocity sales businesses, where there are a relatively high number of prospects

So you have a product! you’ve worked so hard on making it the way you want (iteratively of course) and now you want to sell it - so how do you do that? The answer, as strange as it might

Joel York has written extensively about the new breed of B2B buyer and the changes to the B2B sales process, especially for SaaS products. A quick recap … The good old sales process according to Joel “The process went something like this: ask

Last week, Jason Cohen wrote a very comprehensive blog on software-as-a-service churn: Deep Dive - Cancellation Rate in SaaS Business Models. I required everybody at Totango to read this blog and recommend that you do the same. Jason looks at

As part of my effort to create the SaaS Executive Dashboard, which helps executives to put together their business metrics for SaaS on a single page and track them, I've online surveyed 522 executives at SaaS companies. The survey compiles

Earlier this week, I spoke to Dave Rosenberg for his CNET Blog 'Customer success' VP role: To reduce SaaS churn. At Totango, we care deeply about customer engagement and customer success. We agree with Dave that with SaaS “it might make

Today, the Totango team is excited to announce a brand new “SaaS Executive Dashboard”. The Totango SaaS Executive Dashboard is an extension of the Totango online platform which allows SaaS teams to gain full visibility into the level of customer engagement

in Scott Gruher’s blog post on “Go to Market Strategy: How Much are Your Customers Worth?”, his recommendation is to treat customers based on their values. He suggests measuring two basic metrics: CLTV (Customer Life Time Value) and CAC (Customer Acquisition

Customer Engagement is key for software-as-a-Service business. A recent post by David Skok explains how and why to measure customer engagement. If you are a SaaS executive and haven’t read it yet, read this first. In this post I’d like to

B2B SaaS companies increasingly rely on inside sales teams to drive growth. The model is often referred to as “Low Touch Sales” and follows this formula: Use Inbound marketing to drive Internet traffic to the site and create new leads Use an

Managing a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business isn’t trivial. Successful SaaS companies are able to deal with a high volume of leads and turn those into a high volume of loyal customers with fast response and turnaround time. This is often referred to