When you’re selling your SaaS, you’ll likely receive offers from potential buyers in the form of letters of intent (LOIs). An LOI is a document that outlines the key terms of the proposed deal. While an LOI is not a legally binding document, it’s important to evaluate any offer that comes your way carefully.
An is a Senior Software Engineer working on SureSwift’s affiliate marketing product, LeadDyno. He joined SureSwift about a year ago from Hue, Vietnam, where he balances life, family, and work with a remote team.
When you sell a SaaS business what you’re typically selling is the code base that runs your product, the cash flow from your current customers, and potential future growth.So the code base of your product is obviously a super important part of what a potential buyer will review before they make you an offer. Here’s what we think Founders should know about technical due diligence before a sale.
You already have everything you need to sell your SaaS. The problem is, it’s spread across different files, folders, systems, and departments. Consolidating all this data will take hours (perhaps days), but if you prepare it in advance, you’ll help your startup get acquired. How? You can respond to buyers’ requests quickly and easily and resolve issues before they arise.
Emily is the Director of Human Resources at SureSwift. Working within the People Department, she oversees all things hiring and human resources across our portfolio, and is always looking for ways to improve the team experience. She’s basically an HR superhero. 🦸♀️
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Alex Dicketts isn’t the first Shopify Founder I’ve talked to (not by a long shot!), but his story is pretty unique. By being purposeful in his research and early development, he successfully designed a product that worked not just for the customer, but his own needs as a solo Founder– something I think every bootstrapper should pay more attention to!
Shopify-based SaaS is one of our fastest growing business segments, and we’re thrilled to announce that Simple Purchase Orders is the newest member of our Shopify app portfolio. With Simple PO, Shopify store owners who work with dropshipping and wholesale suppliers can automate their purchase orders and inventory restocking.
Being a generous member of the global entrepreneur community is an important part of our mission. This year we’re donating a total of $30,000 to Kiva, Technovation, and Amnesty International.