When speaking with entrepreneurs and investors about the investment required to start up a new Software-as-a-Service company, I often refer back to this list. At Montclare thought this would be a handy reference for those looking to start a SaaS company during 2010.
Looks like you might need a money tree to start a SaaS company, but for those that reach critical mass and go public, there is a tremendous payback. This is information has been gathered from various sources including Wachovia, CrunchBase and Google Finance.
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