The software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry is facing budget constraints and reductions in headcount as a result of the pandemic and the broader slowdown in tech. Companies have tightened up their budgets for SaaS purchases, looking to keep cash on hand while growing more efficiently.
That’s why Kush Kella and Ahmed Sharif founded Vartana (which my colleague Mary covered recently). While working together at fleet management company Motive, Kella and Sharif say they dealt with the pains and problems caused by broken SaaS contract management and rigid payment infrastructure. After years watc