How to Test a SaaS Solution
We're joined by OneSignal Sales Engineer, Brian Starr, to discuss how to properly set up a Proof of Concept (PoC) test to demonstrate the value of a Software as a Service (SaaS).
In this episode, we're joined by OneSignal Sales Engineer, Brian Starr, to discuss how to properly set up a Proof of Concept (PoC) test to demonstrate the value of a Software as a Service (SaaS).
Brian has worked at an impressive set of companies including AirBnB, GitHub, Leanplum, and now OneSignal as a sales engineer. At OneSignal, he’s focused on helping enterprise organizations implement best-of-breed messaging into their technical stack.
Before implementing any software solution, businesses need data to understand if a service and its provider are the right fit for their organizational goals. The PoC process allows businesses to validate the performance of a solution without getting too far into the weeds.
Brian talks about the importance of defining how you test new technology solutions, validating vendors, establishing a list of PoC requirements, and identifying the one core metric you need to determine if a SaaS product is right for your business.
Interested to learn more? Check out our step-by-step guide on setting up a PoC test here.
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