Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) businesses are the unsung heroes of the Coronavirus pandemic. They’ve kept us connected both to our colleagues in the workplace and to our loved ones. SaaS has been essential in allowing health organizations to provide remote care while also offering advanced cybersecurity to protect the data that really matters. They’ve kept us entertained; helped us educate ourselves; and provided mental health assistance in a time when many of us desperately needed it.
If nothing else, COVID-19 has driven home how fundamentally important SaaS has become to our society. People have taken notice. I fully expect that as we move forward, the market for SaaS apps will thrive, and the value of quality apps will see an upturn. If you’re planning to leverage this fact and sell your SaaS business, here are a few things you should keep in mind.
1. Compile Excellent Documentation Before Going to Market