SaaS management

Josys, a SaaS management platform, raises $93M 

Josys, a startup offering a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to automate corporate IT software application management, has raised a $93 million Series B round led by existing backer Global Brain

3 ways SaaS businesses can boost revenue in a recession

With the right tools, there’s every opportunity for SaaS businesses to continue growing — even in today’s economy.

Zylo, a SaaS management platform, raises $31.5M

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) subscriptions have become a fixture of the modern enterprise; organizations with more than 1,000 employees use over 150 SaaS apps on average, according to BetterCloud. Ful

6 key metrics that can help SaaS startups outlast this downturn

There’s no reason for a SaaS company to be flying blind, and the more visibility you have, the better decisions you will make.

No money for shelfware

SaaS management companies are an opportunity within an otherwise crowded market.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Shame-free down rounds, checkout flow tune-up, SaaS tsunami

Seriously: If you're not working to calibrate every system you have, you're just leaving money on the table.

Partner breakout sessions deliver big at TC Sessions: SaaS 2021

TechCrunch events always offer a compelling mix of main stage presentations and smaller breakout sessions that allow more time for lots of questions and deeper discussions. Expect nothing less at TC S

Announcing the final agenda for TechCrunch Sessions: SaaS 2021

TechCrunch Sessions is back! On October 27, we’re taking on the ferociously competitive field of software as a service (SaaS), and we’re thrilled to announce our final packed agenda, overflowing w

Blissfully expands from SaaS management into wider IT services aimed at midmarket

When Blissfully launched in 2016, it was focused on helping companies understand their SaaS usage inside their organizations, but over time the company has seen that there is a wider need, especially

SaaS management startup Intello scores $2.5 million extended seed

Intello, the New York City-based SaaS management platform, announced a $2.5 million extended seed round today, along with some product enhancements. The round was led by Resolute Ventures. Harrison Me