As the demand for tech talent continues to rise in Ottawa, a membership management platform raises $1 million to expand its services in Canada’s capital.
It had everything but the freeze-frame cap toss at the end of the movie: L-Spark grads walked across the stage Tuesday night, but pitched their businesses – not their caps – as the latest cohort graduated from the Kanata-based SaaS accelerator.
An Ottawa software company is graduating from the L-Spark startup accelerator in Kanata on June 13 and moving into its own office in the Kanata North Business Park.
As companies grow a larger membership base, they can face economic, technological and demographic problems if they don’t handle the situation appropriately. Many companies manage their members using a jumbled system (including snail mail) which results in inefficiencies, isolation of important data, decreased engagement and lost revenue. For small trade organizations this can destroy a business, so something needs to be done.
L-SPARK, is accepting applications for its fourth SaaS Scaling Accelerator program. The Ottawa-based B2B SaaS accelerator said that it will select up to 10 companies for the program, and that entrepreneurs with a commercial product in market and at least $10,000 to $30,000 monthly recurring revenue (MRR) are eligible.
Ottawa, Ontario, May 16, 2017 – L-SPARK, the destination for enterprise software (SaaS) and cloud startups, opened applications today for their fourth SaaS scaling Accelerator program. The L-SPARK Accelerator propels market ready SaaS companies to build customer traction and revenue. Their collective goal is to scale Canada’s best in SaaS to 10 x revenue growth.
If your software-as-a-service startup is getting the insatiable itch for growth, L-SPARK wants you. The Kanata-based accelerator has opened applications for its Fall 2017 cohort. You know L-SPARK by now, but just in case you’re foggy, the accelerator program is obsessed with scaling SaaS firms.