There’s already a handful of great examples of SaaS companies leveraging usage-based pricing to monetize AI.
Meet Hyperline, a new product that handles pricing and billing for software-as-a-service companies. The company provides integrations so that you can quickly start billing. It then supports different
The concept of SaaS as a business model changed the game in tech by moving users away from buying software outright and toward paying for service availability based on time-based subscriptions, typica
It’s tempting to call the new generation of sales tools “PLG CRMs,” but, it turns out, they don’t quite fit that description.
Usage-based pricing is an essential component of any PLG strategy. In fact, it’s my belief that you cannot have true PLG without UBP.
"It's not either usage-based or subscription pricing,” VC firm OpenView wrote in its second State of Usage-Based Pricing report. These hybrid approaches call for new tools, but which ones?
Today we're unpacking OpenView's second State of Usage-Based Pricing report.
Over the years, software pricing has shifted from rigid seat licenses for on-prem legacy software to subscriptions with tiered pricing, as software shifted to the cloud in the early part of this centu
Having noticed tailwinds for B2B startups that offer cloud cost-optimization solutions, we were curious to know where VCs thought the space was headed.
More companies are adopting product-led growth (PLG) and usage-based pricing (UBP) than ever before. And a new wave of startups is helping them succeed at it.
You can't be product-led without a great product.
Here's another sign of the times: Free tiers are becoming less generous.
Subscriptions are not dying; they are just evolving.
Unlike soft drinks, startups are not a volume business, which means they must revisit their pricing models regularly.
A bad pricing model will impede growth and can even doom an otherwise promising startup, whereas a good model will capture some of the value that a product creates as revenue.
Of the 300+ services that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released over the years, not a single one has needed to be rolled back from being priced incorrectly. That’s no accident.
Software as a service (SaaS) — both a revelation and a revolution — completely disrupted the decades-old software selling paradigm. It turned buying software from an infrequent, high-cost and, for