Talent concerns have been at the top of CFOs’ most worrisome risk lists for years. CFOs need to lead in maximizing the potential of people, their greatest assets, by supporting the application of innovation, collaboration and productivity enhancing tools.
As 2017 comes to a close, we’ve been reflecting on what has been a fantastic year here at Cleanshelf. From feature launches to new hires, our days are busy building a product and company that customers love – and that we can be proud of.
At Cleanshelf, our number one priority is that customers are successful with our product. To further this commitment we hired Gasper Vojevec to oversee Customer Success. Gasper is a seasoned SaaS customer experience leader and focused on helping customers maximize their investment.
Last month Amalgam Insights hosted, Key Vendors for Managing $40+ Billion in SaaS Costs, a webinar highlighting industry findings around growing SaaS spend.
SaaS vendors are getting too good at selling to your teams. Offers are too compelling. Trial to conversion experiences are too seamless. The orchestrated virality works.
2017 may officially be called the year of the software app explosion. Cue the finance and IT leaders’ audible gasps as comprehension of triple digit program usage sinks in. Productivity loss, wasted spend, and security implications are just three of many concerns raised by the accelerated presence of cloud services in today’s business.
Software as a Service has become one of the biggest line items on the corporate P&L. Complex pricing models and the lack of data points make it challenging for the finance teams to forecast spending. With Cleanshelf's insights into SaaS spend and usage you can make software cost planning a simple calculation.
Controlling SaaS spend is not just about saving money. Or getting more productive. What employees – even CFOs themselves – underestimate is the degree to which software vendor and license management can impact a company’s future.