Startups are developing a huge variety of subscription-based software for the enterprise, from collaboration & communication tools to data integration solutions.
Over the last two decades, software has played a central role in streamlining workplace functions, from communications to sales tracking to document collaboration.
As more large companies migrate to the cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS) continues to become the de facto standard for accessing new software tools. Within the growing field of software-as-a-service, enterprise SaaS has emerged as one of the most well-funded categories.
We used the CB Insights database to surface 10 potential acquisition targets developing SaaS tools for the enterprise. Companies were selected based on stage, industry, valuation, recency of funding, investor quality, and Mosaic Score — CB Insights’ algorithm that uses financial and non-financial signals to predict private company health.
All of the startups below are private companies at the Series C stage or later that have raised equity funding since the beginning of 2016. Scroll down to read the full list, shown in descending order of disclosed funding.