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Umbrex is pleased to welcome Suren Pai with Pai Management Associates. Suren brings over twenty-five years of global experience to his consulting practice as a C-Suite executive, Board Director, and Management Consultant at Booz & Co. in the wireless, enterprise software (SaaS), tech-enabled consumer services, and healthcare industries. He brings CEO experience in public and […]

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Patrice Gorin shares an article on the benefit of using software as a second brain. As described in my previous blog (Software as a Second Self: SaaS2), our ability to handle life in all its many facets is under constant pressure. As a result, it is becoming increasingly important for individuals and teams to find […]

Umbrex is pleased to welcome Jose Fornell with Impact Point Co.  Jose has over 13 years of experience with BCG and Alvarez and Marsal advising under-performing and distressed companies. He has advised companies in the SaaS, consumer, automotive, logistics, technology, manufacturing, and telecom industries. His core areas of expertise include transformation management, turnaround/restructuring, and the […]

Subscription businesses were a big deal in 2019, so what’s the forecast for 2020? Robbie Kellman Baxter shares her expertise on what lies ahead.  I’m no fortune teller, but something about the beginning of a new year and a new decade makes me want to start spouting predictions. Actually, this isn’t the first time I […]

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Robbie Kellman Baxter reviews the progression of the subscription business model, from the early days of SaaS to a future of manufacturing based on the subscription model. My first job after business school was as a product manager at an enterprise software company. I picked it because it was one of the first companies experimenting […]

Robbie Kellman Baxter explains how to navigate the legal labyrinth when establishing a Saas business, and save a bundle on legal advice.   On my first day of high school, not one teacher talked about math, or history, or German, or literature, or biology. Instead, each teacher handed out and then discussed lists of rules […]