SaaS Sessions Part 3: Technology

Welcome to the third and final chapter of the Leaseweb SaaS Sessions  series, where we examine important choices SaaS suppliers are making in the technology sector. Among them: how to deal with development talent shortages, ways to successfully acquire and retain customers, and the ‘always-on’ infrastructure needed for scaling a SaaS business.  In case you missed the first […]

SaaS Sessions Part 2: Growth

Getting started as a SaaS provider is step one. Improving your market position by expanding your business (nationally and internationally) is step two. What do SaaS companies think about their growth track and what are their considerations? Organic growth Rob Coppen, who founded Yellowtail Group, explains that his company has grown organically, from what was […]

Taking a shopping trip to the future

The new era of retail is an exciting blend of physical and digital. Our retail experiences are being enriched by technologies such as robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR). It’s amazing how much intelligence is out there!  In this blog post, we follow fictitious protagonist Simon on a trip to […]

SaaS Sessions Part 1: Ambitions

This is the first in our blog series ‘SaaS Sessions,’ which was inspired by a recent roundtable event in which five Dutch SaaS entrepreneurs and I had a discussion and shared insights. In this one, I discuss ambitions for Dutch SaaS companies, the steps for scaling, and expanding overseas. Enjoy! The Netherlands is a country with […]

The backend of gaming: infrastructure planning and handling data

We kicked off our inaugural Game Backend Engineering summit at the Game Developers Conference last month, which was hotly followed by Quo Vadis in Berlin. Both events brought a mixture of technology and business leaders together in a room to share best practices on how to overcome backend challenges. As Harald Riegler from Games Industry Network said, “this is information I would […]

Welcoming iGaming companies operating in regulated markets

Leaseweb’s decision to open up its global data center services for iGaming companies means a unique opportunity to create a combination of interconnected infrastructure for their services by using Leaseweb’s global hybrid architecture (IAAS). Like so many other activities, gambling is increasingly moving from the land based into the digital world. In a growing number […]