Deferred Revenue and Unbilled Revenue can be confusing. This article explains each concept and gives examples.
Wondering how your Finance Department compares to other SaaS businesses of similar size? See our “back-of-the-napkin” summary of SaaS Finance & Accounting best practices.
Learn how to clean your sales pipeline. A clean pipeline improves sales forecast accuracy and minimizes wasting time and energy on the wrong leads.
Wondering how to specifically apply the five steps of revenue recognition to your SaaS business? See this SaaS Revenue Case Study.
Do you think of sales taxes when you think of SaaS? If not, you might want to start. Sales tax laws are getting more complicated.
Most SaaS businesses derive revenue from customer contracts. New accounting guidance has implemented a 5-step process for recognizing contract revenue.
Traditional GAAP financials have some limitations when presenting the value of digital companies. Learn about these limitations, and what to do about them.
The traditional income statement has been around for decades. While it has its uses, it’s not specifically designed for a SaaS business. What format would a SaaS-optimized income statement have? SaaS Capital has an example.
SaaS metrics like MRR and Churn get lots of attention. Gross Margin might not have the buzz of other metrics, but it’s just as important to monitor. In fact, Gross Margin is commonly used among high-level analysts when they evaluate the strength of your business.
Should SaaS businesses capitalize software development costs? This is an area where common practice might differ from legacy GAAP.