SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Subscription Service 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 Subscription Service industry.
Mywork is a SaaS that offers features for the people department, such as employee time tracking, vacation scheduling, and perks.
Tackle.io is a platform that helps software companies initiate revenue channels with the cloud marketplaces (AWS, Azure, GCP). Its platform simplifies the listing process and eliminates the need to dedicate engineers to learn and continually manage the technical aspects of the three cloud marketplaces. Tackle.io was founded in 2016 by Brian Denker, Dillon Woods, and John Jahnke.
Toplyne is a plug-and-play platform that enables sales teams at PLG (product-led growth) companies to identify and focus on the users and accounts most likely to convert. It was founded in 2021 and is headquartered in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
UNOWN brings the circular economy to fashion retail. We integrate rental, resale and test-to-buy as SaaS right on the product page of any shop. (1) For our clients, we are the software and operational layer for their circular business model. (2) For end consumers, our access-over-ownership model bring conscious consumption, flexibility and affordable access. (3) For the planet, we cut people's fashion purchases by over 50% and increase product lifetime 10x, thereby saving CO2, water and textile waste. SDGs: 9, 12, 13
Vulog creates technological solutions that support globally effective shared mobility enterprises. It offers clever and adaptable SaaS mobility solutions, such as cutting-edge fleet management tools, user-facing mobile applications, and linked vehicle technology, to enable the rapid deployment of large-scale fleets. WeShare (Volkswagen), Wible (Kia Motors), Free2Move (Groupe PSA), Aimo (Sumitomo Corporation), and Evo (British Columbia Automobile Association) are just a few examples of the mobility service providers that can focus on long-term growth and profitability thanks to Vulog. Due to its extensive worldwide presence and AI expertise, Vulog is able to predict end-user demand more accurately than any other company while also maximizing fleet balance.