SaaS Founders:

On a scale of 1-10, how much visibility do you have over the health of your startup? 

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A disturbing trend with startup founders: 

Way too many SaaS founders don’t have a clear dashboard giving them IMMEDIATE access to the key metrics needed to make strong decisions.  

They’re still getting caught off-guard by slumping sales numbers, critical product issues, and profit-killing churn rates. 

In short, they’re a “founder” by default. Not by profession. And their team feals it.  

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Being in “growth mode” isn’t an excuse.  

Using the “craziness of growth” as an excuse to not have FULL visibility over your SaaS company is like an airline pilot putting on a blindfold and powering down his instruments just as he hits turbulence and slices his way through the Andes.  

Hint: If you wouldn’t feel confident sitting in that plane, your team won’t feel confident with you steering the company.  

5 signs of a confident, in-control SaaS founder

  • They have CLEAR forecasts on all major growth metrics
  • They assign ownership over those metrics to key team members
  • They’re constantly measuring the actuals with their team (at least weekly) 
  • They course-correct based on data (not by gut or impulse) 
  • They always know where they’re heading -- and rarely get caught by surprise  

5 Steps To Realign Momentum

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Hey, I'm Dan Martell. As an investor in 40+ startups like Intercom, Udemy, and Unbounce - I've seen the projections and scorecards of a lot of companies.

Trust me when I say that having a clear method of measuring and adjusting your business goals is essential for success. I learned this myself while selling more than $30M of software for my startups Spheric, Clarity and Flowtown.  

This Precision Scorecard™ will outline the steps you need for realigning momentum and organizing your business for success. 

Hey, I'm Dan Martell. As an investor in 40+ startups like Intercom, Udemy, and Unbounce - I've seen the projections and scorecards of a lot of companies.  

Trust me when I say that having a clear method of measuring and adjusting your business goals is essential for success. I learned this myself while selling more than $30M of software for my startups Spheric, Clarity and Flowtown.  

This Precision Scorecard™ will outline the steps you need for realigning momentum and organizing your business for success. 

GO PRO WITH THE FREE PRECISION SCORECARD™