It appears emerging price points for AI-powered software products will boost the total addressable market for technology products and help reaccelerate growth at tech companies big and small.
Everbridge's deal shows that startups shouldn't expect their valuations to be salvaged that much by cash generation if their growth is all but zero.
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.
Which startups are drawing the most praise from venture folks? A new list compiled by GGV US provides some hints.
Despite all the enthusiasm, there's a niggling detail that deserves our attention: AI startups often have worse economics than most software startups.
When we consider Lawson's tenure, the bulk of the company's life so far is far more telling of the real story than the past few quarters.
Investors are hoping for more enterprise adoption and vertical AI solutions this year as the AI startup market starts to grow up.
There was a lot to talk about this year, and investors and founders sure did share their thoughts freely with us in our surveys.
With Canva, generative AI hits different. In fact, it’s hard to imagine a better technology to boost Canva’s user growth and revenue generation.
The software market isn't exactly suffering, so why are some enterprise software vendors trading so cheaply? The answer is more obvious than you'd think.
New data from Salesforce, Zuora, Okta, Nutanix and Snowflake makes it plain that several tech sectors are doing better than a lot of people expected.
Here's a rundown of the key names reporting third-quarter results this week and what we might learn from them.
More than a year after Adobe announced it was acquiring Figma for $20 billion, the deal remains stuck in regulatory limbo.
As the American economy posts impressive growth, we take a look at how much money Big Tech companies raked in from advertising in Q3.
The product needs to be great, but without sales, the business doesn't generate those nosebleed valuations.
The exit market for SaaS dried up in the second half of 2022, which saw the lowest exit activity since 2016.
Insurtech has had a rocky few years. Several startups in the space raised a lot of money and tried their luck on the public markets, but found that investors were unwilling to grant them valuations on
Generative AI technologies are being suffused into a host of applications, and the financial results of all that investment are starting to show up.
When Monday.com faced the classic build vs. buy dilemma for a new database, it decided to build one, but with a decided twist.
As users of open source, we have a responsibility to ensure it is properly vetted, managed, and maintained within the software it composes.