The SaaS Revolution Will Not be Televised

The SaaS Revolution will not be televised. You will be able to stay home, as long as you have internet connection. You will be able to plug in,...

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The SaaS Revolution will not be televised.

You will be able to stay home, as long as you have internet connection.
You will be able to plug in, turn on and play.
You will be able to lose yourself on Slack and
skip out for coffee during your lunch break as long as you have an iPhone, and your apps,
Because the SaaS revolution will not be televised.

 

The SaaS revolution will not be televised.
The SaaS revolution will be brought to you by Salesforce.com
Since 1999 without Customer Relationship Management interruptions.
The SaaS revolution will not show you pictures of Siebel Systems anymore
blowing a trumpet and leading a Software Sales charge but you might see Dave Elkington,
Steli Efti and Eoghan McCabe in a fireside
chat talking about disrupting the incumbents at SaaStr Annual 2020.

 

The SaaS revolution will not be televised.
The SaaS revolution will be brought to you by
Zendesk, Box and Evernote and will star Mikkel Svane Aaron Levie and Phil Libin but not Lotus Notes and Ray Ozzie.
The SaaS revolution will give your Software Sex appeal. The SaaS revolution will get rid of the excessive features.
The SaaS revolution will make your company 10 X
more Powerful, the SaaS revolution will not be televised, SaaS People.

 

There may be pictures of you and Marc Benioff
wearing ‘No Software’ t-shirts and burning a bunch of CD Roms,
and trying to hide those USB sticks at the bottom of your bag.
Techcrunch or Venturebeat might be able predict the winners and losers from reports.
The SaaS revolution will not be televised, but rather brought to you via Podcast.
They’re back in fashion dont you know?

 

There will be no pictures of poorly designed products in the instant replay. Design is king.
There will be pictures of Outbound Marketers being
run out of the Bay Area by Growth Hackers.
There will be no buffering or installing windows updates.
There will be no downtime except for scheduled maintenance updates
usually over a weekend, for maybe 25 minutes.

 

Product Hunt, Growthhackers.com, Quora and Inbound.org
will become so god damned relevant, and
Twitter and LinkedIn, even Facebook but we’re not really sure
about Google +, but we’ll give it a go if it helps SEO.
The SaaS revolution will not be televised.

 

There will be highlights on the YouTube
news and some pictures of Golden Boys
Parker Conrad and Stewart Butterfield on their rocket ships.
The theme song will not be written by

Meg Whitman
Larry Ellison, nor sung by Ginni Rommety, John Chambers,
Robert Beauchamp but maybe Satya. Lets see.
The SaaS revolution will not be televised.

 

The SaaS revolution will be right back
after a message from Tomasz Tunguz, Jason Lemkin and David Skok.
You will not have to worry about your LTV, CAC, or MRR,
your VP Sales, burn rate, or the giant Unicorn next door.
The SaaS revolution will go better with

Word of Mouth
The SaaS revolution will fight the churn.
The SaaS revolution will put startups in the driver’s seat.

 

The SaaS revolution will not be televised, will not be televised,
will not be televised, will not be televised.
The SaaS revolution will not be televised, although Facebook might start advertising on TV
and therefore ruin that whole, ‘will not be televised story’. Damn you Zuckerberg! Why do you even need to advertise?
The SaaS revolution will be live. Its happening right now.

by Alex ‘Scott’ Theuma

Listen to The SaaS Revolution Show Podcast on iTunes here

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