Will Micro SaaS be the new mainstream?

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Will Micro SaaS be the new mainstream?

What is Micro SaaS? Can you do it as an indie developer?

Micro SaaS is a new way of building and delivering software. It takes the benefits of SaaS and combines them with the agility and speed of a smaller startup. Micro SaaS companies have many benefits over traditional, big enterprise software companies. They are faster to market, cheaper to build, and more nimble in their approach.

The first step in building a Micro SaaS company is to identify the product or service you want to offer customers. The second step is to identify your target market by surveying your customer base or using existing data about your customer base. The third step is to find potential customers who are willing to pay for your product or service before you invest any money in developing it. Once you’ve done these three things, it’s time to start building your micro-Saas company! Will Micro SaaS be the new mainstream?

Probably yes. Currently, interest in freelance jobs and micro SaaS applications is increasing in the world. Now companies will use more micro SaaS applications.

But WHY?

For the same reason that you do not go to the general hospital for your dental treatment, but go to the dental hospital.

Micro SaaS applications usually serve one or a few functions - no more. This allows developers to work more goal-oriented.

Business Model: Micro SaaS companies are much faster and cheaper to build because they leverage existing technology and the support of a large, established company while keeping the agility of a smaller startup. In contrast to a traditional, big enterprise software company, micro-Saas companies like Quip don't spend time on building/upgrading infrastructure for their product (e.g. IT departments). They have an API (application programming interface) that allows other developers to build integration with their product.

Revenue Stream: Micro-Saas companies like Quip make money by selling software services plans to their customers, which are typically individuals or small businesses. The cost of the service plan includes access to an application and its features via an API (application programming interface) as well as support from the company's product teams through a variety of channels. For example, Quip charges $18 per month for access to their email service with 10 GB of storage and a 15GB inbox size. A micro-Saas company, like Quip, can make money by charging customers for software plans. Customers might pay $18 per month for access to their email service with 10 GB of storage and a 15GB inbox size.

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