SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the iOS industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 5 VC funded SaaS startups in the iOS industry.
A clienteling platform for retail salespeople is called Clientbook.
An automated platform for identifying vulnerabilities in any IoT software has been created by ArcusTeam, which is currently known as DeviceTotal. In order to enable the IoT sector to confidently innovate in the software they generate as well as in the third-party supply chain components incorporated into their environments, ArcusTeam seeks to enhance the security of IoT software throughout development and after production.
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Sirenum is a cloud-based platform enabling agencies, recruiters, and organizations that depend on employees for operational needs to manage the staff lifecycle. The technical foundation on which Sirenum is based is extremely adaptable, enabling us to collaborate with other service providers for features that the system doesn't presently support. If a customer requests certain features up front, we may use this method to supply them even if they would not otherwise have them. When a certain feature is in high demand, they may opt to create it internally rather than using an outside provider, retaining all revenues. Employers who manage complicated shift-based workforces should use Sirenum. The staffing, rail, aviation, building, hospitality, healthcare, home care, deliveries, logistics, and transportation industries are all good fits for Sirenum. Operators in these industries frequently employ hundreds of people or perhaps thousands.
By becoming the web browser people use at work, Station aspires to become the app store of software-as-a-service. To make business apps accessible and prevent tab bloat, Station bakes them into a sidebar on the browser. Users downloaded an average of 12 SAAS apps out of the 500 that were integrated. Currently, Station has 11K weekly active users who log in for more than 4.5 hours each day. In the long run, it hopes to sell the major SAAS businesses chances for deeper integrations and app marketing.