Now many businesses have money, energy and even time, but it doesn't give you an answer for Will they pay for your SaaS service?. Why do you think your offer would meet their needs? When you should come with your offer? There should be a moment where they know that your solution will help them and than they will try to spend some time, energy to decide try it or not. That's what is the coincidence of wants problem means for you
Problem may be stretched in time, also it may consist from more than one decision and more then one person could be involved. So, it's quite sophisticated
It takes a lot to know what gets your clients to vote with money, energy and time for your product. You may collect feedback, analyze data. You can control everything
Now you have myriads of analytics tools. Some info you can get from Google Analytics, some from event-based analytics tools such as kissmetrics or mixpanel. Business metrics from your internal data could be downloaded to RJMetrics or Tableau, where you may see such business metrics ass LTV, Churn-rate, Cost of Customer Acquisition, Average Revenue per user, Monthly Returning Revenue and more. You will need a developer time to just try it
Not a very great choice to spend time of your team to try some service. And you never know how much it would take to make all things set up.
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