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10 SaaS Attributes Users Love

by Jeff Schafer | January 18, 2019

If you’d like to ensure your application exceeds your user’s expectations, there are certain attributes you should consider implementing. Through our years of experience, we’ve been able to identify what these attributes are. Keep reading to...

PHP 5 is unsupported on January 1, 2019. Are you at risk?

by Dave Summers | December 18, 2018

If your software or website is dependent upon PHP 5, life as your application knows it is about to change forever. Soon, and we’re talking about January 1, 2019, any application that is running PHP 5.6 or lower will no longer be supported by the...

Six Tips for Growing Active Users for your SaaS Solution

by Marling Engle | December 15, 2018

Whether you just launched a SaaS solution, or you’re a few years into the journey, active users is one of the handful of metrics you should track over time, as changes from one reporting period to the other can be a reliable indicator of whether...

The 5 most important SaaS business metrics according to industry experts

by Marling Engle | November 27, 2018

There’s no shortage of content on the web about which metrics SaaS business metrics you should be tracking - and there are certainly plenty to choose from.

The three rules of SaaS scalability

by Marling Engle | November 19, 2018

Working at a custom software shop like Metisentry typically means being exposed to a broad array of projects and challenges, a benefit of which is the realization that certain issues emerge with relative frequency, regardless of the nature or...

9th Annual Food Drive

by Amanda Fitzpatrick | November 07, 2018

Here at Metisentry, we are committed to helping our neighbors, friends and children’s classmates. We realize the importance of being involved in the community and aim to make an impact on those around us.

What to look for in a SaaS programming team

by Ken Harsch | October 29, 2018

Around the year 52 B.C., Julius Caesar recorded the earliest known version of the proverb, “experience is the best teacher.” It’s still a common refrain because it’s true. But there are times when we need to accomplish something without the...

Keep SaaS maintenance on track with these six tips

by Jeff Schafer | October 22, 2018

One of the traps a SaaS team can fall into is taking the time immediately following a launch or major release as a time to recuperate from the big push. Doing this is like taking your foot off the gas and your hands of the wheel just as you reach...

Quality Saas ux is critical for success

by Jeff Schafer | October 17, 2018

Back in the days before social media, brands were largely in control of how they were perceived by the masses. Sure, there was the occasional SNAFU that warranted news coverage, but even then, individual consumers had no platform on which to...

Three key attributes of successful SaaS platforms

by Jeff Schafer | October 12, 2018

The majority of SaaS platform failures can be attributed to problems in three fundamental areas. Often, a deficiency, or even complete lack of product management is the culprit. In other instances, product management is there, but  product...