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Jumpstart SaaS Portco Growth With Private Equity Software Solutions

Private Equity and Venture Capital firms with SaaS and subscription businesses in their portfolios face unique challenges in providing strategic financial guidance to their portcos, particularly new ones. Often, you'll find undeveloped internal controls and manual tracking methodologies that inevitably result in delayed, inaccurate financial data. In this blog series, we'll explain how investing in purpose-built, real-time private equity software solutions that are specifically designed for SaaS and subscription-based reporting and metrics can help PEs and VCs overcome these challenges and jumpstart growth.

Topics: KPI SaaS venture capital saas intelligence General private equity

What Do I Need to Raise Capital?

The preparation required to raise capital is one of the hardest things a founder can do and it will consume a significant amount of your time. Given what we are experiencing with COVID-19, it is even more challenging. Interestingly, today “the biggest change lies in not the money itself, but the appetite for uncertainty. Most investors are going to be more cautious currently, which will require some form of uncertainty premium as a part of the terms. One way to ensure that you can raise money confidently in this time is to get intimately familiar with cash flow on a day-to-day, week-to-week basis.” 

Topics: SaaS venture capital Start-Up Startup Guidance extend your runway General

Startups are Starting to Pay More Attention to Financials

Does your startups have its books in order?There is a reason it's called "angel" investment. Startups depend on venture capitalists to take a risk on something untested and unproven, make an investment based on promise and potential, and throw their weight behind companies that have yet to find their stride. But what is important to realize is that angel investors are gamblers, but they are not stupid.

Topics: venture capital Start-Up