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Chargify Adds Former Rackspace Sales Executive, Debuts Revenue Forecasting Tool
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Chargify Adds Former Rackspace Sales Executive, Debuts Revenue Forecasting Tool

Chargify, a San Antonio-based billing and revenue management software company, has hired a former Rackspace sales executive as its new chief revenue officer (CRO) and debuted a new revenue forecasting tool. The company announced Scott White as its new CRO Friday, according to a Chargify company post. White spent more than 15 years at Rackspace and was vice president (VP) for sales until 2018 when he moved to Mailgun as their sales VP in early 2019. White played an integral role in Rackspace's growth from $20 million in annual recurring revenue to becoming a multibillion global leader in managed hosting and cloud. His two-plus decades of sales leadership experience in the technology, cloud, and managed service markets makes White uniquely capable for what Chargify is focused on: Aggre...
SaaS, Cyber Startups Land on 2019 List of Fastest Growing Companies in San Antonio
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SaaS, Cyber Startups Land on 2019 List of Fastest Growing Companies in San Antonio

The first ever Growjo Industry Awards debuted its indexed list of fastest-growing companies in Texas broken down to show the ranked companies and number of jobs available in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Growjo uses an algorithm to track growth metrics such as hiring trends, funding and financial data, web traffic, and other signs of traction for companies under 1000 employees. The 100 fastest growing companies in San Antonio collectively have 1,317 job openings.  Local startup Brokerage Engine landed at the top of the new list of rapidly growing companies in San Antonio, with other software as a service (SaaS) and cybersecurity startups, as well as established companies in other industries completing the group. Brokerage Engine offers a SaaS platform for real estate brok...
Brokerage Engine Tops 2019 List of Fastest Growing Companies in San Antonio
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Brokerage Engine Tops 2019 List of Fastest Growing Companies in San Antonio

Local startup Brokerage Engine has landed at the top of a new list of rapidly growing companies in San Antonio. The first ever Growjo Industry Awards debuted its indexed list of fastest-growing companies in Texas broken down to show the ranked companies and number of jobs available in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Growjo uses an algorithm to track growth metrics such as hiring trends, funding and financial data, web traffic, and other signs of traction for companies under 1000 employees. The 100 fastest growing companies in San Antonio collectively have 1,317 job openings. The list includes startup companies mostly in the software as a service (SaaS) and cybersecurity sectors, as well as established companies in other industries. Brokerage Engine offers a SaaS platform...
San Antonio Startups to Watch in 2019
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San Antonio Startups to Watch in 2019

In this inaugural compilation of companies to watch, we’ve highlighted 20 stories from Startups San Antonio’s first year of coverage to show the types of innovation one can find in San Antonio, Texas. You will discover entrepreneurs in bioscience and healthcare, cybersecurity, software as a service or SaaS, augmented and virtual reality, robotics, artificial intelligence, and startups working at the intersection of tech and social impact. These stories highlight groundbreaking approaches, powerful collaborations, and intriguing ideas that will shape the city’s startup ecosystem throughout 2019 and beyond. If you are interested in San Antonio’s community of innovators and want to know which companies to watch, you can start with our list below. These 20 companies are leveraging inn...
Chargify Grows As SaaS Companies Need More Flexible Billing
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Chargify Grows As SaaS Companies Need More Flexible Billing

Consumers like fixed pricing and an easy payment process when it’s time to spend money on recurring purchases. That explains why the subscription model of billing for services has exploded over the past decade. Starting in the business-to-business (B2B) software to consumer services, subscription billing has become the business model for products and services from shaving supplies to online streaming video and more. Benefits for companies using the subscription billing model include better customer retention, higher lifetime value from customers, and more predictable revenues. Customized subscription billing can get complicated pretty quickly, however. Get it wrong, and a bad customer experience could mean lost clients and revenue. That’s where Chargify comes in as a leader in the su...
Scaleworks Company Chargify Debuts New Subscription Billing Service
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Scaleworks Company Chargify Debuts New Subscription Billing Service

The payment management service company Chargify has launched a new tool for billing management.  Called WhoPays, Chargify developed this to address a common pain point for subscription-based businesses looking to manage subscriber payments on an enterprise level. "Chargify was born to solve our own pains and the market's pains," Chargify CEO Tom Rotem wrote in his company blog post. "Almost a decade later, we have helped thousands of businesses manage over 20 million subscriptions and collect over $3 billion in recurring revenue." The San Antonio-based Scaleworks portfolio company specializes in selling its online billing software. Tom Rotem joined the startup as CEO in September and has been busy implementing this new service to address the shift in how customers pay for subscription se...