Considerations Unique to Acquiring a Software Company (Financial)

Listen to This Blog Post When contemplating the acquisition of a software company (or any company, for that matter), the number of variables that potential purchasers must consider is overwhelming, and as a result it would be impractical to discuss all such variables in a single blog post of reasonable length. For this reason, whatContinue reading “Considerations Unique to Acquiring a Software Company (Financial)”

Building and Managing a World Class Product Management Discipline

My Guest Rich Mironov is one of North America’s preeminent Product Management thought leaders. He has spent 40 years in the software industry in numerous capacities, and currently acts as a Coach, Consultant, and Interim Executive for CEOs and Heads of Product across Canada and the United States, advising them on a diverse range ofContinue reading “Building and Managing a World Class Product Management Discipline”

Migrating Your Company from On-Premise to SaaS: Part 2

This is the second post in a two-part series on navigating the transition from on-premise to SaaS. You can read Part 1 here. Listen to This Blog Post: In Part 1 of this blog, we evaluated some of the more common challenges that companies face when attempting to migrate both their product and revenue modelsContinue reading “Migrating Your Company from On-Premise to SaaS: Part 2”

The Private Equity Perspective on Acquiring, Operating and Selling Software Companies

My Guest Jordan Bettman is a Partner and Co-founder of Radian Capital, a New York-based Private Equity firm focused on B2B software and technology-enabled services businesses. Radian has ~$500 million of assets under management, and is now investing out of their second fund of ~$315 million. Prior to co-founding Radian, Jordan was a Partner atContinue reading “The Private Equity Perspective on Acquiring, Operating and Selling Software Companies”

Migrating Your Software Company from On-Premise to SaaS: Part 1

Listen to This Blog Post: The overwhelming majority of software companies founded over the past fifteen years or so have never known anything other than a cloud-based, single-server-multi-tenant architecture coupled with a subscription revenue model. If you’re running a software business that fits this description, then you’ll (thankfully) never need to navigate the transition thatContinue reading “Migrating Your Software Company from On-Premise to SaaS: Part 1”