After the Philippines and Malaysia, comes the map of Singapore-based SaaS companies. For simplicity I grouped the 26 companies, at different stages and with many different offerings, as “internal” for those improving productivity and business processed vs. “external” for those helping businesses reach more customers.
While in the US, we can find a few B2C SaaS businesses, such as LinkedIn and Dropbox, this part of the world is only B2B (we are still hunting for some B2C… please help us uncover them).
External tools to reach more and better customers
TradeGecko: inventory management system founded in 2012 by brothers Cameron and Bradley Priest, and Carl Thompson. Spreadsheets and Shopify are driving you crazy to manage your inventory? Give TradeGecko a try!
Klinify: health care patient records, founded by Krishanthan Surendran and Nishanth Sudharsanam. While some try to change the workflow of doctors, Klinify focus on making life of doctors easier with their hand writing tablet.
theArena: quantitative appraisal for recruitment by Amanda Misso.
Payday: who does not like to receive their pay?
Silent Eight.com, by Julia Markiewicz and Martin Markiewicz, makes searching within a corporate world much better (Is it more than a week that you wasted time searching for a document on your company’s network? probably not)
Deskera provides CRM, Project Management, ERP and other business tools.
Internal tools to make businesses more efficient
Hoiio provides communication tools, such as SMS, calls and fax so that businesses can automate and manage the way they interact with their customers. Founded by Low Chee Seng (CEO), Ong Junda, Kok yew meng and Ong kok Choong.
Zopim powers live chats on thousands of website. The company founded by Royston Tay, Wenxiang Wu, Yang Bin Kwok, Qing Ru Lim and Julian Low got acquired by Zendesk just weeks before the latter IPO-ed on the NASDAQ.
Minematic powers retention marketing. Founded by Rishi Gupta.
This article was initially published on SaaS Business Asia dedicated website. The SaaS Business Asia site was closed in 2019 and moved to Future Flow.