Last week, 12,500+ SaaS executives, founders, and venture capitalists came together for the SaaStr Annual 2019 event, the largest non-vendor SaaS conference on the planet. This year, we had a crew of Recurlians who attended, including myself. There were many noteworthy moments during the event. From a Technical Sales Engineer perspective, it was more than just showcasing or selling Recurly's capabilities and the recurring billing challenges that we solve for our customers. I had a chance to speak to people from different backgrounds and with a variety of projects, all looking for solutions that would help them fill in the missing pieces.
I really enjoyed the challenge of addressing the problems that different attendees presented to me when they visited Recurly’s booth. Working with someone to reach a mutual goal has always been something that I love doing. Helping companies which are exploring the possibilities of subscription commerce as a part of their stack, as well as hearing unique approaches to a subscription business model were awesome and illuminating!
Subscriptions, as a billing model, is increasingly a mainstay within the SaaS world, and this was definitely a theme throughout this event. All the parties involved—from SaaS companies, potential partners, and industry investors—proved that this event is a great opportunity to connect in the the highly profitable and competitive SaaS industry.
Recurlians Jevell Rollins, Jennifer Walsh, and Mark Pinard.
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The value of Recurly is that we no longer have to worry about the different aspects of subscription management. Instead, we can focus on things that are our core competency, like adding value to our service and expanding our offering. That’s been a huge win for us.