Jul 02, 2017

A SaaS History Lesson – The First SaaS Company's Exceptional Journey

The first SaaS startup started as a packaged software company. After selling floppy disks and CD-ROMs of expense software in computer software stores, the company changed models for the first time, and sold software licenses directly to enterprises. The company went public on this model in 1998. But soon after the crash of 2001, the startup's market cap totaled only $8M. So the business evolved...

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