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Marling Engle

Marling Engle

Metisentry president Marling Engle wrote his first line of code as a curious nine-year-old, and his life has been dedicated to tackling tough problems with software ever since.

Marling founded Metisentry in 2006 after graduating summa cum laude from Kent State University with an MS in Computer Science. He, and his young company, quickly earned a reputation for delivering elegant solutions incorporating high performance, highly-scalable web development, image processing and signal analysis, data mining, and software/system security.

Over the next decade, he started and grew additional ventures, including StationCheck, a SaaS product developed and incubated by Metisentry; while simultaneously expanding the company's capabilities and geographic reach through mergers and acquisitions.

Today, Engle leads Metisentry's team of open-source experts in creating and growing value for client partners through services spanning the entire SaaS product lifecycle.

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Recent Posts

February 12, 2019

How to Fund a SaaS Startup Without Venture Capital

 One of the most common questions we hear from entrepreneurs is, “How can I launch my SaaS startup without venture capital funding?” As...

December 15, 2018

Six Tips for Growing Active Users for your SaaS Solution

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...

November 27, 2018

The 5 most important SaaS business metrics according to industry experts

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...

November 19, 2018

The three rules of SaaS scalability

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...

August 16, 2018

This is what sank my first SaaS product startup

Lack of product/market fit is commonly known to be the biggest SaaS product killer of them all - a fact I can attest to based on personal...