SaaS Conversations with Lauren Kelley is a monthly webinar series featuring thought leaders in SaaS Finance that will look at the various benchmarks and metrics your SaaS business needs to know to significantly improve operational performance.
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Are You Getting What You Need from R&D Spend?
June 4, 2019 • 11am PST | 2pm EST
On average, SaaS companies don’t get a reliable return on R&D spending. This is a problem because product development is central to SaaS business models. Join us on June 4 at 11pam PST|2pm EST for a discussion with Tom Huntington, CFO of Qstream, to discuss what’s broken and how to fix it so that R&D investment reliably drives growth.
You will learn:
- What metrics should a CFO look at to measure return on R&D spend?
- How does the analysis change as a company grows?
- What’s broken in the way that we allocate R&D investment?
- What systems do you use to track R&D spend and activity?
Have questions you would like us to cover? Submit them in advance to: SaaSConversations@opexengine.com
SaaS Conversations with Lauren Kelley is a monthly webinar series that looks at the benchmarks and metrics your SaaS business needs to know to significantly improve operational performance. SaaS Conversations gives you an opportunity to join the discussion and have your questions answered.
Tom Huntington • CFO @Qstream
Tom Huntington is a highly strategic CFO and general manager with 20+ years of operating experience in finance, corporate development and general management. He has scaled and restructured businesses ranging from $10 million to $1 billion. He has spent the last decade managing SaaS businesses. Currently, Tom is the CFO of Qstream, the leader in corporate microlearning solutions.
Lauren Kelley • CEO and Owner @OPEXEngine
Lauren Kelley is the founder of OPEXEngine. After 25 years in fast growth high tech companies, she founded OPEXEngine to solve the problem that high tech companies lack good quality benchmarks from a neutral provider — especially operational benchmarks — to reduce risk and improve efficiency and growth.
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