Created for people who build SaaS products (founders, product managers and engineering team leads) to change the enterprise software narrative from "how to SELL to the enterprise" to "how to BUILD for the enterprise". Based on study of the 50 leading SaaS application product packages, in-depth CIO interviews and feedback from countless SaaS founders.
The folks over at Replicated have put together a monster “Enterprise Ready SaaS feature guide".
Hiten Shah, Founder @ Kissmetrics
If you're thinking about selling your SaaS product to enterprises, EnterpriseReady is the best place to start.
Tom Preston-Werner, Founder @ GitHub
Enterprise Ready SaaS guide... neat!
Michael Pryor, CEO @ Trello
In a world of dev libraries and style guides, here's a FEATURE guide to build for the #enterprise
Diana Zhouyou, Tobey @ Product Talkdesk
Great guide on making your SaaS enterprise ready
John Sheehan, Co-founder and CEO @ Runscope
11 feature reqs to make your SaaS product enterprise-ready: includes reasoning, next steps, tear downs.
Lawrence Hecht, Analyst @ The New Stack
Such a good resource if you're making software
Lee Munroe, Design @ Mesoshpere
Super helpful for B2B SaaS
Guy Podjarny, Founder @ Snyk
Valuable resource for SaaS vendors thinking about moving upmarket to enterprise.
Jim Andelman, Investor @ Rincon Venture Partners
Terrific guide to becoming "enterprise ready"
Alissa Briggs, Head of Design @ PlanGrid
Building for the enterprise? read the entirety of: EnterpriseReady.io
Larry Gadea, Founder @ Envoy
If you run a SaaS company and are trying to figure out enterprise start here:
Brad Gessler, CTO @ Poll Everywhere
Jevon, Co-founder @ Manifold and GoInstant
This is much needed resource. Too many Saas companies fail at this.
Mehdi Oufkir, Founder @ Punchtab (ACQ: Walmart)
This is a great guide for making your SaaS product 'enterprise ready'
Vaibhav Nivargi, CTO @ Clearstory Data
Useful for those shifting upmarket > EnterpriseReady
Hana Abaza, Head of Marketing @ ShopifyPlus
The following 11 feature categories were identified as the common enterprise differentiating features. Each feature guide includes context for why it is needed, a jumping off point for implementing your own and links to tear downs of example implementations.
Offer different versions of a product to meet the differing needs of enterprise buyers.
Enable enterprises to manage users from a single, central directory.
Allow for the separation of privileges by user role.
Empower admins with tools and collateral to roll out features and product changes.
Balance data security concerns and application overhead with flexible deployment options.
Enable collaboration with coworkers in an account that is centrally managed.
Detailed analysis of how the top SaaS companies implement each core EnterpriseReady feature.
EnterpriseReady was created for the people who build SaaS products (founders, product managers and engineering team leads).
A guide to creating or enhancing a SaaS product with common features that will enable more adoption by enterprise customers.
We run a company called Replicated that enables SaaS applications to create an enterprise installable version of their product to be distributed behind the firewall. We’ve built and sold a SaaS company previously. We work closely with many SaaS founders and teams. In order to be successful with the Replicated platform, SaaS companies generally need a baseline of features that enterprise customers want. We've led the charge on much of the content, but we've been lucky to have contributers like the teams at Segment and TIBCO Jaspersoft to contribute to areas where where they're experts.
We're product people. So, we're changing the enterprise software narrative from "how to SELL to the enterprise" to "how to BUILD for the enterprise." Hopefully this site can create a common vernacular for founders, product managers, engineers, sales and customers alike. We know we're not always right... so we open sourced this, you can fork it, create edits, share it with your team and even contribute those back.
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