I mainly serve established American SaaS companies. However, you don't have to be one to use my services. That's just the best fit.
- If you sell your software as a product, or write software for others, you're probably still a good fit for all of my services. (Especially software contractors who make fixed bids or work on US DoD projects.)
- If you're a SaaS company but not "established" (in business for at least three years, or turning a profit, ideally both), you can still benefit from my roadmapping service.
- If your main line of work depends directly in some other way on software you write (or outsource), you might still be a good fit, especially for my roadmapping service.
- If you write (or outsource) in-house tools that just help with your business, like inventory or appointment management or whatever, then probably not... but if you still think so, we can discuss it.
So why am I targeting "established American SaaS" companies?
- Unestablished companies, i.e., startups, need to focus on speed and idea validation, which roadmapping can help with, but my other offerings focus mainly on quality.
- It's not out of xenophobia or disrespect. There is significant additional overhead to dealing with foreign companies, from cultural difference to tax laws and so forth. For a sufficiently profitable contract, I might be willing to jump through the hoops, but I'm certainly not chasing that market at this time. Maybe in a few years or so, I will re-evaluate.
- And lastly, SaaS is the space I know best.
I have worked for the following entities (click each one for project details):
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and through the following agencies (click each non-anonymous one to see their web site):