SaaS Pricing: It’s Actually Good to Lose Some Customers—Here’s Why

Posted by Ashley Lipman on April 24, 2018

This guest post was written by Ashley Lipman.

You’ve created a great, user-friendly SaaS product. You and your team are ready to launch it, except—and here’s the big except—you aren’t sure how to price it. Should you use a per feature pricing model? Do you offer free trials? What should you charge for individual and group packages?

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Topics: SaaS

4 Take Away Lessons from Our Product Launch

Posted by Philip Huthwaite on December 5, 2016


When you launch any Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business, you try and do as much research beforehand into what worked well for other businesses in your position and what tactics to avoid. In this article, I aim to share what happened with our product launch and hopefully you can learn from our experience.


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Topics: SaaS, Product Launch, BlackCurve

7 Benefits of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

Posted by Moira McCormick on January 28, 2016

In an earlier article, Innoware looked at the benefits of customised software in the context of Pricing & Quotation Software. As a follow-up, this article aims to explore the benefits of subscription based out-of-the-box pricing software (also known as Software-as-a-Service).

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Topics: Software, SaaS, Price Management, Quote Management

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