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Ruby still ranks in the top 10 most popular languages in the tech industry. It owes its popularity to the Ruby on Rails (RoR) framework that for the last 10 years offered developers access to an impressive library of features and a vibrant community. Learn how it can sky rocket your SaaS product from the get go. 
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Inn Style was founded in 2011 by Adrian Melrose, Chris Waters and James Kindred. The property management system (PMS) streamlines an accommodation owner’s workload by automating many of the processes that they would otherwise be doing manually. Today Inn Style is used by over 1,000 accommodation owners, and more than 364,000 reservations have been made through the platform.
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ClickMechanic brings a revolution to the car repair and automotive industries. People uncomfortable with their lack of knowledge when leaving their car at a garage no longer need to worry thanks to ClickMechanic’s vetting system for mechanics and a fixed price for repair services. Mechanics can sign up to the platform to get more work and save on the costs of customer service. The result? 18,000 mechanics already on board and prices 50% lower than those of franchise dealers. I had the chance to talk to Andrew Jervis, ClickMechanic’s founder, about what inspired him to create this project, what they offer to customers and mechanics, and how they stay competitive on this highly specialised market.
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Case.one is a digital product which streamlines project management for legal practitioners. It’s a single platform that provides everything attorneys need to do their job. Case.one is built on technology more advanced than the competitors’ solutions, for instance, it uses machine learning, among other state-of-the-art technologies. The company is getting ready to introduce new products to the market as well, all building upon the same idea: simplifying attorneys’ work and bringing their operational costs down.
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The major benefit of Saas Solutions for clients being that they don’t have to invest in hardware on their premises and have the opportunity to outsource their IT needs and responsibilities.
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Niall McManus is the founder of Kuingia, a tool for people involved in challenging export markets sourcing information from mainstream media, research institutes, consultancy reports and multiple social media channels. Kuingia gathers stories in multiple languages and returns headlines and links in the query language. We spoke with Niall to learn more about his business.
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We’ve pooled together our best resources to create a comprehensive step-by-step guide on how to build your development team, scale your SaaS product and avoid mistakes commonly made by product owners. Inside this free ebook, you will find tips on how to get started, what strategies to use along the way and what skill sets you’re going to need to ensure the success of your product. 
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Martin Key is a Project Manager at whym, which is a live translation app for travellers as well as for tourist businesses like hotels and airports. The app connects the user with professional interpreters from the InterpretersPortal. At the moment the app supports 13 languages. We asked Martin a few questions to learn more about his business.
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Rupert Sellers is managing director at Barometa, the next generation job platform for career-oriented people in hospitality. He believes that his platform can change the way people find jobs in hospitality sector. How is going to achieve that?
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You may have an impression that this post is a story about music, but believe me - it's not. It tells a story of engaging  online customers and converting them into loyal paying users. Listen up. I don’t know if I should tell you this, but my favourite band is Radiohead. I’ve got all their stuff and am eagerly awaiting their new album, which is supposedly dropping this year. And of course, since I’m a fan, I’m also a follower of what they have to say. And when frontman Thom Yorke made the (music) headlines back in 2013 by deciding to pull his solo material from Spotify, I just had to check out what all the fuss was about.
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Welcome to the second part of ‘How To Choose A SaaS Development Team’. Part 1 explained the risks and pitfalls of enthusiastic, entrepreneurial coders taking on a whole SaaS project alone - it might nonetheless be somewhat irresponsible and prone to failure (read part 1 especially if you disagree with that). Now, let’s move on to the building and running of a rocking SaaS product by a team. What kind of team should you look for? Read on to find out!
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There is much demand for SaaS these days from all manner of companies. Indeed, the cloud has been – and will continue to be – one of the greatest assets to the modern business, and particularly SMEs. With monthly pay-as-you-go pricing schemes lowering barriers to entry for even the smallest of businesses, combined with flexibility, scalability and accessibility, it’s no wonder that the future will skew increasingly towards SaaS models as time presses on. But there’s a problem. You know that you’re not going to be able to build, deploy and maintain the product all by yourself – so how do you go about choosing the perfect SaaS development team that’s going turn your idea into a very lucrative reality?
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Many myths have arisen around creating startups and building SaaS products. Nowadays, having your own startup is often thought of as fashionably sophisticated. Yet, there are as many opinions on this as there are SaaS founders. While getting ready for the SaaStr conference, we checked out the most popular misconceptions regarding the process of creating SaaS products.
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How to Build a Great SaaS Product?

Saastr conference in San Francisco (coming up on 9-11 Feb) is a perfect opportunity to ask an important question: how to build a great SaaS product? We asked the most credible source of know-how: CEOs and entrepreneurs who actually nailed it. Check out the results of our survey and the tips we’ve got for you!
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