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How to secure & optimize your eCommerce site to rank on the first page of organic search results

Audacix

Are you looking for ways to optimise your eCommerce site for organic search? Let’s be honest - ranking your online shopping store on the first page of Google's organic search results is key to long term success. Getting organic traffic to your site is not that easy.

These 3 tricks will help you minimise Oracle EBS testing & patch implementation costs

Audacix

If you are running Oracle ERP applications without any test automation to help your teams, your headaches get bigger with every passing quarter. Oracle releases a few hundred critical patches for its suite of ERP products including JD Edwards, EBS, Sebel and others.

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10 sureshot practices to supercharge your DevOps effectiveness

Audacix

Whether you're about to implement DevOps or for ways to optimise it within your team, you must remember that DevOps is all about discipline and is definitely no magic bullet to doing it right from the outset or to fixing your perceived issues in one fell swoop.

The curious connection between washing dishes, AppSec & growing enterprise sales for your SaaS

Audacix

It’s a combination of habit, hygiene and ultimately, common sense. When you finish eating dinner at home, do you place those plates and cutlery back in the drawer or do you wash them?

10 free things SaaS companies can do to prosper during the COVID-19 pandemic

Audacix

While the world is in panic mode and as we all get used to working from home regularly its important to remember that things will get better.

Does your cloud application have this 7-pronged defensive line against hackers?

Audacix

Application security is seldom considered during the ideation phase of web application development - unless the development team has previously been hacked and survived to tell the tale. But it's also true that it's never too late to secure your cloud-based web app.

8 simple ways your ecommerce store can avoid the cybersecurity fate of Nutribullet

Audacix

Another day, another hack! Nutribullet, the blender and easy blended smoothie company, was hacked and their ecommerce online shopping store was injected with malicious code not once, not twice, but three times in the last 30 days! The malicious code helped hackers literally swipe away the credit cards numbers of Nutribullet customers. Application security is seldom considered during the ideation phase unless the development team has previously been hacked and survived to tell the tale.

How you can tame spiralling digital software testing costs (& create happier users)

Audacix

Software testing has often been an afterthought for CIOs , software engineering managers and software development teams.

10 security questions enterprise customers have about SaaS/cloud software (but won't ask you)

Audacix

As enterprises increasingly become more open to introducing cloud software to their environments, you as a cloud provider must proactively anticipate their concerns and address them.

How to build mobile apps that hackers will find difficult to breach

Audacix

The inconvenient truth about developing a mobile app today is that hackers will find and exploit vulnerabilities in your app to steal data, demand ransoms, ruin your reputation and even destroy your business.

Quora has been hacked, but you can do these 4 things to avoid being breached

Audacix

The quora hack proves that no company with web or mobile applications is safe from being hacked. Don't these words, uttered some years ago, sound so ironic and prophetic in this day and age: There are only 2 types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be hacked.

How to slash software testing costs with these 6 proven ideas

Audacix

In chatting with CEOs of SaaS companies, one topic keeps coming up over and over again: how do we cut our software testing costs? Or, if we can't reduce them, how do we tame the growth in our software testing spend?

6 success factors to consider when selecting a test automation services company

Audacix

So you're on the hunt for test automation services for your web or mobile app, right? But what is it that you need, exactly? Have you defined your requirements or are you willing to be persuaded by the glossiest marketing brochure?

Bugs in your web & mobile apps are bleeding you an ASTOUNDING amount of money

Audacix

There are an unending list of reasons that compel SaaS companies and digital teams to ship each release at greater speeds. Your customers demand more responsiveness, your business demands more revenue and your competition isn't slowing down so why should you?

How to choose a pen testing company that will deliver you an amazing ROI

Audacix

Selecting a pen testing company will be one of the most important business decisions you will make. This decision will decide just how well protected your users and your brand is going to be from a cybersecurity perspective.

These 6 hidden reasons explain why your outsourced software testing isn't working

Audacix

Far too often we receive mayday calls from prospects who have invested a lot of money, but more importantly time, into selecting and working with a outsourced test automation services provider, only to be rewarded with a never-ending tug of war that inflicts much damage to their professional reputations.

4 Big Quality Assurance Imperatives for CIOs & CTOs This Year

Audacix

We've spent the last few months speaking to hundreds of CIO / CTOs and senior IT decision makers. Many of the conversations were so similar that we came to the conclusion that presenting our conclusions here will give you greater insight into industry-wide challenges.

A proven software testing company can solve 6 painful challenges for you

Audacix

Many a software testing company will claim to do everything and anything under the sun for you.

This is why Accenture couldn't build a responsive ecommerce web app for Hertz

Audacix

This story is newsworthy and even amusing because of the big sum involved - $32 million. But imagine, if you were in Hertz's shoes and the amount was only $3.2 million, or even $320,000 - would it still hurt if this happened to you? You bet it would!

5 symptoms of bad software testing that will kill your digital transformation

Audacix

Digital transformations are a confluence of new ideas, grand plans, modern business models, high hopes and, often, very poor delivery and implementation.

11 Things That Set The Best Salesteams Apart From The Rest

SaaStr

The best salesteams seem to just do amazing things together. What differentiates them? Well, they do tend to work at some of the best companies, so there is that. But it’s more than that. A few factors that contribute to high-performing sales teams: High quota attainment.

Now We Start to Enter the Sad Phase. Take Care of Your Team.

SaaStr

This has been an incredible roller-coaster for us in SaaS and Cloud since March 15, for some even more than others, but an incredible amount of change for all of us.

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2021 Planning and Global Economic Collapse

SaaStr

OK so this I think the first negative or at least “bummer” post I think I’ve ever written on SaaStr in 8 years. We’ve been through ups-and-downs in SaaS since 2012 (the start of SaaStr), flash crashes, multiple contractions, as well as the crazy bull run of 2020.

Public SaaS Companies Are Now Worth $1 Trillion

SaaStr

Microsoft, Google, Apple and Amazon have made the headlines for a while for crossing $1 trillion in market cap each. That’s crazy growth — almost all fueled by the crazy growth of the Cloud. No SaaS company is yet worth $1 trillion, through perhaps that is coming.

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The Friends You’ll Lose. And The Ones You’ll Gain.

SaaStr

Being a CEO changes you. Not at first. The first year or two are a lot like “before”, just more intense. Now it’s all on your back, and your shoulders. But over time, your brain does get rewired. You get focused.

A Framework For Your First SaaS Sales Comp Plan

SaaStr

I’m not ashamed to admit that when I set up our first SaaS sales comp plan, I had no idea what I was doing. In my first start-up, yes I sold to the enterprise. I sold $6m our first year (man, that sounds good looking back on it).

Is It OK to Fly First Class to Close A Big 7 Figure Deal?

SaaStr

Q:As a founder of a series A startup, was it unreasonable for me to use the company’s money for first class tickets? A European company was interested in doing a 7-figure deal with us and I paid $32k for 4 first class tickets. My VC is now mad at me.

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Your #1 Management Hack: Weekly 1-on-1s

SaaStr

Folks. DO YOUR 1-ON-1s. i know they arent always fun pic.twitter.com/Sb1BWxsWj3. — Jason ?BeKind? BeKind? Lemkin ?? jasonlk) July 10, 2020. When I catch up with founders on the march from $1m to $10m in ARR, the number one topic has always shifted to recruiting.

Day 1: Who Should Be CEO? A Checklist.

SaaStr

SaaStr has now passed 10,000+ pieces of content, and we’ve somewhat gone on a journey from the early days of a SaaS company, through the growth phases, to the Unstoppable phase, and now has time has gone on, even to the Decacorn phase ??

Behind the Round with SaaStr:  Chorus.ai Raises $45 Million

SaaStr

Tom Taulli. Behind the Round with SaaStr: Chorus.ai Raises $45 Million. This week Chorus announced its Series C round for $45 million, which was led by Georgian Partners. This brings the total amount raised at $85.2 million.

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The “Covid Boost” for SaaS Will Last Years

SaaStr

Q: What impact will the effects of covid have on the SaaS industry? Many of us in SaaS are really struggling now. Restaurants, events, recruiting, and so many other industries are in deep trouble.

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15+ of The Top Sales & Marketing Mistakes SaaS Startups Make

SaaStr

A little while back we put together some of the top sales & marketing mistakes SaaS companies and founders make, especially in the early days. I thought it would be worth a quick update of the post. We’ve all made many of these mistakes ourselves, myself included ??

Atlassian and AWS Say: “Maybe Worry a Little Bit”

SaaStr

These are crazy times. The economy has contracted at a record rate of -33%. Yet, the Cloud is on fire during Work-and-Do-Everything-Possible-from-Home. Shopify grew 100% at $3 billion in ARR. Zoom is growing at rates we’ve never seen before in SaaS and Cloud.

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SaaStr Podcast #358 with Tipalti Founder & CEO Chen Amit

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358: Chen Amit is the Founder & CEO @ Tipalti, the only global payable automation platform that scales with you and now remitting $5Bn annually across 3M suppliers.

Best Agile Project Management Tools

The Daily Egg

Leading agile project management teams can be challenging if you’re not using the right software to stay organized. Agile project management tools help you jump from daily scrums to your next sprint while providing your team with collaboration features to accomplish the common goal.

When Even Selling for a Few Billion is Not Enough

SaaStr

We’re approaching the age of 1,000+ Unicorns and despite a global pandemic, this remains The Best of TImes in Cloud and startups in general. But there’s a quiet cautionary tale to just think about.

The 21 Top Excuses for Not Closing A Deal

SaaStr

Sales is hard. And not only is it hard, but you shouldn’t be closing every deal you are in. Well, if you’re closing even deal you are, you’re not been invited to the deals where your product has competition. Where it has gaps.

77% of You Aren’t Going Back to A Traditional Office. What That Means.

SaaStr

The pace of change recently has been breathtaking. Just a few weeks ago, Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack, was kind enough to join us at SaaStr Summit: Bridging the Gap. He said Slack wouldn’t be going back to the office until September. Now, just a few weeks later?

Behind the Round with SaaStr: Qualified.com Raises $12m Series A

SaaStr

Tom Taulli. Qualified.com , which operates a conversational marketing platform, has raised a $12 million Series A round (the total funding is $17 million since inception). The lead on the deal is Norwest Venture Partners and the other investors include Salesforce Ventures and Redpoint Ventures. .

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Why If You Quit Every Year You Won’t Ever Make Any Real Money

SaaStr

If you squint as you read TechCrunch, you’ll notice a pattern in a bunch of articles about Hot Startups. “Bob worked at Pinterest for 8 months before he …” or “after a stint as senior something engineer at Facebook [12 months], Bill joined …” etc. etc.