New data from Maxio indicates that both consumption and subscription pricing have their advantages when it comes to growth, but not at the same time.
From pricing new add-ons outright and raising prices for bundled offerings to simply getting an edge in negotiations, AI opens up a host of pricing strategies.
A look at subscriptions in India from two angles: the consumer market and B2B SaaS.
Corporations have been dealing with IT operations and security management since the coronavirus pandemic that has changed the way in which people work — remote or hybrid work — and acceler
Launching a B2B product within a B2C company presents distinct challenges as you attempt to strike a balance between successfully establishing a new product and maintaining your original business.
In this challenging fundraising environment, more startups than ever are turning to alternative financial solutions such as debt. Despite the negative connotation associated with debt, a startup shoul
Months after cutting half its staff, edtech startup Flockjay has landed on a new vision for how to disrupt tech sales: start from the inside, out. The startup is building Flockjay Elevate, a platform
Vijay Menon, a statistician by trade, began his career at Microsoft. It was there that he realized there was an astounding number of subscriptions that failed to renew or even go through to begin wi
While camouflage might be key to surviving in the wild, in the crowded SaaS marketplace, it’s all about standing out.
Flockjay, a bootcamp startup that helps laid off people and job seekers break into tech, cut half of its own employees amid a broader pivot to a B2B SaaS platform, TechCrunch has learned from sources
"There’s a bias for wanting to use what worked previously, but people forget … your customers and markets are totally different. You can’t just replicate."
Gravy, a startup helping subscription-based businesses recover failed payments, has raised $4.5 million in Series A funding for its specialized combination of technology and a human workspace that wor
As you may already know, there’s a lot of data out there, and some of it could actually be pretty useful. But privacy and security considerations often put strict limitations on how it can be us