The SaaS industry is rapidly growing nowadays, which results in more and more SaaS startups appearing on the market. We can say this even by looking at the number of respondents in various SaaS-related surveys. For example, the 2013 survey by KBCM Technology Group (formerly Pacific Crest Securities) involved 155 participants whereas the same survey for 2018 involved 385 respondents. Additionally, in 2018, there were 70 participants from Europe, as compared with 16 in 2013. With this in mind, we’ve decided to present the top SaaS startups to look out for 2019 in this article, based on the data from Crunchbase. Read on!
Founded in 2016, this startup helps other SaaS companies create courses for customers in order to educate them about the product. These courses consist of structured lessons, which include texts, videos, images, and quizzes. They are interactive, and customers get a certificate upon completion.
Having existed since July 2017, WorkChain.io is a blockchain-based payroll management system. The system makes it possible to instantly get payments for work, without having to wait for weeks. Here’s how it works:
- An employee reports their working hours.
- WorkChain.io verifies the reported hours.
- Each time the employee finishes work, the earnings become available for instant withdrawal in their WorkChain.io wallet.
As many companies go remote these days, it’s quite common that the teammates become scattered across different timezones. There app is a timezone management tool that solves this problem, enabling the team members to instantly check each other’s locations and timezones.
#4: Sweet Analytics
Headquartered in London, Sweet Analytics is a SaaS tool for retailers that simplifies data collection and provides its users with AI-based marketing recommendations to help them grow their businesses.
Espressite is an AI-powered, personality-based website generator that can create a website during a coffee break by answering simple “this or that” questions. The software is currently in beta and the startup is at the seed stage.
SatisfAid is a London-based SaaS startup. Since 2017, the team has been working on a mobile app that allows customers to share feedback about customer experience and service received within any type of business. The company currently has the seed status.
Founded in 2016 in Singapore, Variantz is the first among Asian new SaaS startups that provides a converged application platform ecosystem for IoT.
Shiperd is a logistics startup that delivers easy-to-use shipping management software. The app gives importers and exporters full visibility over their shipments with such features as real-time tracking and automated bidding.
AccountingHub.io helps accountants manage client information and track daily work. The app is compatible with all devices and provides convenient reporting functionality. As accountants work with sensitive information, all of the data is protected and encrypted with SSL.
#10: Paid Exposure
This is a marketplace that connects influencers looking to monetize their services and sponsors looking to promote their brands with the help of influence marketing.
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