The SaaS model is hot, and that means SaaS talent is high in demand and hard to get.
SaaS is almost as old as the internet. Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989, and only 10 years later in 1999 the first SaaS business ever, called Salesforce, emerged.
A SaaS business needs to do two things:
1. Build the product
2. Grow its users
To achieve that, a SaaS business needs at least engineers and sales execs (others like growth marketers, bus dev, ops, and management can also be useful).
The SaaS market is competitive.
Talent is scarce.
Recruitment methods are desperately outdated.
Luckily, there are some easy ways to differentiate your approach from competitors.
A SaaS business cares about building and growing, so that's exactly what they hire for.
But what roles do they hire exactly?
These are the most hired roles in top SaaS companies
Sourcing and recruitment methods for SaaS talent differ in the industry.
In this guide on SaaS recruitment, you can read about the methods and tools you can use to find this hard-to-find talent.
And specifically for sales, we got you covered with this:
SaaS Sales Recruitment: methods and tools
Execute a process manually or let a machine do the work for you? This is what to consider when automating or humanizing a recruiting process.
When you can identify high potential employees you'll be able to maximise your entire team's output, here's how.