SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Product Management 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 Product Management industry.
Founded in 2018, airfocus offers a modern and modular product management platform that helps teams manage and communicate their strategy, prioritize their work, build roadmaps and connect feedback to solve the right problems. Thousands of companies worldwide, including Shopify, IBM, The Washington Post, and more, now use the cloud-based software to make more informed product decisions and build lean roadmaps to easily align teams with company goals. airfocus is backed by pan-European VCs Nauta Capital and XAnge. The company is headquartered in Hamburg with employees distributed across the world. Learn more at airfocus.com.
Product managers now have a strong, natural approach to identify, describe, and plan their products thanks to Craft. We at Craft.io think that product management software should be developed to assist product managers in performing their duties more successfully and achieving their primary goals, which include gathering feedback and data, setting effective priorities, and ensuring that everyone is in agreement with their product decisions and roadmap. But Craft.io offers more than simply capabilities for planning, prioritizing, visualization, and roadmapping. Every element on the platform was carefully chosen to aid in your decision-making and enable you to accomplish your goals as well as those of your company. This is achieved by offering a structure and functionalities that cater to the specific requirements of high-performing PM teams.
Product managers and their teams may achieve business goals with the aid of Dragonboat. Product teams now have an integrated platform with Dragonboat that allows them to deliver with confidence, design data-driven roadmaps, connect OKRs with initiatives, and automate portfolio reporting. All set to start rowing? Visit Dragonboat.io to join us.
Laskie is a talent-focused job-matching website where applicants may apply for tech employment. Employers may connect with applicants using Candidate Drop, Laskie Platform, and ReverseApply on the free B2C SaaS platform Laskie. A B2B SaaS application called Laskie gives recruiting managers the ability to explore a vast database of screened prospects, create saved searches with automatic matching, and issue personalized invites to engage with candidates. Additionally, businesses may access a weekly email through Laskie's Candidate Drop, which is completely free to use. Employers may obtain a higher degree of assistance for their employment requirements with a dedicated sourcing team for inbound and outbound sourcing, Slack channel help, and Laskie Advisory Services for more focused sourcing efforts.
By firmly integrating automated end-to-end testing throughout the whole CI/CD development lifecycle, Mabl, an intelligent test automation provider, aids software development teams in developing a culture of quality. Users gain from a single platform that makes it simple to create, run, and manage auto-healing, trustworthy tests that speed up the delivery of high-quality apps. Dan Belcher and Izzy Azeri co-founded the business in 2017, and its headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts.