Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform Market Estimated to Exhibit Value CAGR through 2024 …

Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform Market Estimated to Exhibit Value CAGR through 2024: Brightcove, Ooyala (Telstra), Piksel, thePlatform …

Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform Market

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Some ofkey competitors or manufacturers included in the study are: Brightcove, Ooyala (Telstra), Piksel, thePlatform (Comcast Technology Solutions), IBM Cloud Video, Kaltura, Samba Tech, Wistia, Arkena, Xstream, Ensemble Video, MediaPlatform, Viocorp, Anvato (Google), Vzaar

Type Segmentation

Software

Service

Industry Segmentation

Media & Entertainment Industry

Enterprise

Channel (Direct Sales, Distributor) Segmentation

Market Competitiveness:

Owing to the huge demand for the Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform product, key players operating in the market relish on economies of scale. Due to a large number of partnerships and collaborations, the demand for the Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform product has risen at a considerable rate. However, the new entrants in the market are in an effort to increase their partnerships with the OEMs, which will result in an increased market share over the coming years. On the other hand, companies are also investing heavily in interoperability, which is expected to intensify the market competition during the forecast period.

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  • Among the above-mentioned segments, the Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform sub-segment in the segment accounted for the largest share of the global market in 2019, expanding at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period.
  • Out of the given product types, the Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform product generated the highest revenue, accounting for USD XX Million/Billion in 2019.
  • Out of the given industry verticals, the Fee-based SaaS Online Video Platform sector will benefit the most and is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period, in terms of market share.

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Cohesion is latest Acquia acquisition

Acquia is a SaaS company, headquarted in Boston, created to provide enterprise products, services and technical support for the open-source web …

Acquia has acquired United Kingdom-based company Cohesion, the creator of DX8, it recently announced.

Acquia is a SaaS company, headquarted in Boston, created to provide enterprise products, services and technical support for the open-source web CMS platform Drupal. Cohesion’s DX8 is an enterprise-level, low-code Drupal website builder that enables in-browser creation of themes, layouts and pages.

The Acquia acquisition is intended to help content marketers and site builders with minimal coding skills create scalable Drupal sites from scratch up to four times faster, according to the company. Acquia also claims Cohesion DX8 will help provide brand consistency across websites.

Dries Buytaert, CTO and co-founder of Acquia and founder of Drupal, said that the Acquia acquisition won’t affect current Cohesion customers.

“There will be no change to support arrangements for Cohesion DX8 customers who have current contracts in 2019,” he said. “Acquia will notify and engage with Cohesion DX8 customers if any changes are envisioned.”

He added that he anticipates the Acquia acquisition benefiting the customers of both companies.

“It helps customers realize significant savings in development and maintenance costs,” he said. “Marketers can publish content more quickly and without the involvement of developers. Cohesion will also appear for customers who are getting started with Drupal. The tool makes it easier for content marketers and site builders with minimal coding skills to be productive and see creative results faster.”

Buytaert declined to disclose the specifics of the deal but said the chance to bring more value to customers was the driving factor.

“The addition of Cohesion DX8 to the Acquia product portfolio strengthens the proposition of both businesses and allows Cohesion the opportunity to scale faster.”

In May, Acquia also acquired Mautic, an open marketing automation and campaign management platform that enables Acquia customers to automate, personalize and measure the customer lifecycle.

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SaaS Online Video Platform Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2019-2026 Focusing on Leading …

SaaS Online Video Platform Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2019-2026 Focusing on Leading Players Ooyala (Telstra), Piksel, thePlatform …

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  5. What are the trending factors influencing the market shares?
  6. What are the key outcomes of Porter’s five forces model?
  7. Which are the global opportunities for expanding the SaaS Online Video Platform Market?

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Chapter 2: Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3: Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4: Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5: Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6: Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7: SaaS Online Video Platform Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis

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Chapter 11: Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12: SaaS Online Video Platform Market Forecast

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Working To Understand Slack’s Recent Valuation Declines

Yesterday, Jeff Richards, a managing partner at GGV Capital shared a chart with Crunchbase News (here) that detailed the premium that …

Let’s be clear: Slack as a public company today is worth around double what it was last valued at as a private company. During its August 2018 Series H, Slack’s $427 million raise gave it a post-money valuation of just over $7 billion. As of this morning, the productivity-focused technology shop is worth $13.2 billion.

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Most companies would kill for similar value creation. Slack, however is in a tricky spot. After setting a $26 per-share reference price for its direct listing, and trading as high as $42, its stock has rapidly lost altitude. Indeed, Slack shares have fallen under the $25 per-share mark, reducing its worth to the previously mentioned $13 billion.

Slack, once a private market darling is now enduring a more difficult run as a public company. Its most recent earnings call pushed its shares down by 15 percent before they recovered to a single-digit percentage loss. Later the firm’s equity depreciated anyway, falling from a pre-earnings $31 to this week’s sub-$25 range.

A good question is why; why is Slack’s stock falling? There appear to be a few possible reasons, including Microsoft, a broader SaaS repricing, and the chance that Slack’s public market valuation simply got away from it. We’ll peek at each and relate the situation back to startups as we go.

Three Whys

To summarize our three thoughts, Slack’s public market declines could be built on the fear that Microsoft will blunt its growth profile with its competing Teams product, that software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies are seeing a broader repricing of their revenue (SaaS firms are valued at multiples of revenue instead of a multiplication of profit), or, that Slack was simply overvalued by public market investors when it first began to trade.

Microsoft

Redmond is not interested in allowing Slack to burrow its way into the productivity stack of the next corporate generation. We’ve covered Microsoft’s Teams push here at Crunchbase News for years, noting that the larger company was working hard to grow its internal communication tooling after passing on buying Slack in years past.

There’s no perfect way to gauge investor sentiment in relation to a single idea. But it is hard to see how public investors could be overly worried about Teams and Microsoft today, given recent Slack performance figures.

After reporting 58 percent revenue growth in its most recent quarter, Slack’s CFO Allen Shim reported the following concerning large accounts (the very market category we’d presume that Microsoft’s Teams product would do best amongst):

We remain focused on expansion within existing customers and growing our large enterprise customer base, and ended the quarter with 720 Paid Customers greater than $100,000 in annual recurring revenue, which is up 75% year-over-year.

That’s nice and healthy. Whatever impact Microsoft is having on Slack, and it must have at least some, regardless of what people keep telling me on Twitter, it doesn’t appear to be existential to growth in the short term.

For startups, the above indicates that even when an incumbent technology behemoth enters your market aggressively, there’s still space for you provided that your brand is strong. Slack is a verb; Teams is a competitor.

SaaS Repricing

Software-as-a-service companies have been repriced by the market in recent weeks, but not much. We’ve covered the slight decline in the value of SaaS revenue, noting that from a high of 11x enterprise value/revenue the market has moderated to 10x.

But the multiple data from the Bessemer cloud index just makes plain what we can see in the markets. The same index has been mostly flat over the past few quarters while the companies that make up the index have grown. That puts natural downward pressure on revenue multiples. But all the same, the slow change in the value of SaaS revenue is insufficient to explain Slack’s value changes.

For startups, the takeaway from the above is that public markets still value SaaS companies highly, at least when compared to historical norms. That’s welcome news for quickly-growing private companies that sell code instead of widgets.

Overpriced?

Let’s see if Slack is valued more richly now than before on a revenue basis, and how that may stack up to peers.

As we often do with SaaS companies we’ll use its quarterly revenue tally as the foundation of our ARR calculations. This blends some non-recurring revenue into the figure, but it’s the best that we can do in the case of Slack. What follows are the company’s revenue results for the past four quarters, and its implied ARR:

  • Slack Q3 2018 revenue: $105.6 million ($422.4 million ARR)
  • Slack Q4 2018 revenue: $122.0 million ($488 million ARR)
  • Slack Q1 2019 revenue: $134.8 million ($539.2 million ARR)
  • Slack Q2 2019 revenue: $145.0 million ($600 million ARR)

As we can see, Slack has rapidly grown its GAAP revenue, and its implied ARR.

Recall that Slack was worth about $7.1 billion in Q3 2018, and is worth about $13.2 billion today. Using the firm’s Q3 2018 and Q2 2019 ARR numbers, which valuation (loosely) provides the more attractive (lower) multiple?

  • Slack Q3 2018 implied ARR multiple: 16.9x
  • Slack Q2 2019 implied ARR multiple: 22x

As you can see, Slack’s ARR multiple today is higher than it was. And both its Q3 2018 and Q2 2019 ARR multiples are far above what the Bessemer index sports. (Note: we can’t directly compare the results as we are doing ARR calculations using market cap on one side, and enterprise value/revenue on the other. But the gap is large enough to show Slack as an outlier.)

Now recall that Slack was worth far more a few months ago. That means that its ARR multiple was even higher before. Slack’s declines, therefore, feel much more like the firm inching closer to market norms than it being repudiated by public investors. You simply cannot say that Slack is being dissed by public investors when it is still richly valued compared to its comps.

The lessons for startups in the above is that top-tier SaaS companies can command strong revenue multiples, but that they are not unlimited. No matter who you are.

Wrapping Up

Yesterday, Jeff Richards, a managing partner at GGV Capital shared a chart with Crunchbase News (here) that detailed the premium that faster-growing SaaS companies enjoy over their more slowly-growing peers. In this context, we can add a final wrinkle to Slack’s revenue multiple declines.

It’s perfectly reasonable to say that Slack’s falling net retention rate (from 138 percent in the quarter ending April 2019 to 136 percent in the quarter ending July 2019) implies a slower future growth rate. And that is causing investors to reprice Slack downward, akin to what Richards’ chart would lead us to understand.

But Slack is still a richly-valued SaaS company putting up quick growth from a position of wealth; the company has more cash than the ferrous financial institution. So while Slack’s falling share price makes for good headlines, upon closer look the situation appears to be more return-to-senses than dramatic diss.

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SaaS Online Video Platforms Market to Witness Growth Acceleration During 2019-2024 …

Companies Profiled in this report includes: Brightcove, Ooyala (Telstra), Piksel, ThePlatform (Comcast Technology Solutions), IBM Cloud Video, …

Global SaaS Online Video Platforms Market 2019 by Company Regions Type and Application Forecast to 2024

OVP or Online Video Platforms can use a user-generated content (UGC) model, software as a service (SaaS) business model or a do it yourself (DIY) model. OVP offers an end to end solution from creating a website, uploading video, encoding video, video playback to user management for both video on demand and live streaming. Usually, OVPs have Content Management System (CMS) where users need to login to add content, upload video, setting up monetization plan, view video analytics which may include, detailed insights of video performance such as, video watch time, total number of video views, unique views and impressions; stats on user visits, location and behavior on the site. OVPs also provide customized video players where end users can watch videos. Many OVPs provide third party video player which can be embedded in a website. Although there are several OVP providers that are also present in broadcast markets, serving video on demand set-top boxes, OVPs are related to the over-the-top (OTT) content video industry.

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Companies Profiled in this report includes: Brightcove, Ooyala (Telstra), Piksel, ThePlatform (Comcast Technology Solutions), IBM Cloud Video, Kaltura, Samba Tech, Wistia, Arkena, Xstream, Ensemble Video, MediaPlatform, Viocorp, Anvato (Google), Vzaar

In this report, we defines OVPs as fee-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) online content businesses that enable content owners to ingest, transcode, store, manage, protect, publish, syndicate, track and monetize online video.

The Asia-Pacific will occupy for more market share in following years, especially in China, also fast growing India and Southeast Asia regions.

North America, especially The United States, will still play an important role which cannot be ignored. Any changes from United States might affect the development trend of SaaS Online Video Platforms.

This report studies the SaaS Online Video Platforms market status and outlook of Global and major regions, from angles of players, countries, product types and end industries; this report analyzes the top players in global market, and splits the SaaS Online Video Platforms market by product type and applications/end industries.

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Table of Content:

1 SaaS Online Video Platforms Market Overview

2 Manufacturers Profiles

2.1 Brightcove

2.1.1 Business Overview

2.1.2 SaaS Online Video Platforms Type and Applications

2.1.2.1 Product A

2.1.2.2 Product B

2.1.3 Brightcove SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2017-2018)

2.2 Ooyala (Telstra)

2.2.1 Business Overview

2.2.2 SaaS Online Video Platforms Type and Applications

2.2.2.1 Product A

2.2.2.2 Product B

2.2.3 Ooyala (Telstra) SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2017-2018)

2.3 Piksel

2.3.1 Business Overview

2.3.2 SaaS Online Video Platforms Type and Applications

2.3.2.1 Product A

2.3.2.2 Product B

2.3.3 Piksel SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2017-2018)

2.4 ThePlatform (Comcast Technology Solutions)

3 Global SaaS Online Video Platforms Market Competition, by Players

4 Global SaaS Online Video Platforms Market Size by Regions

5 North America SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue by Countries

6 Europe SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue by Countries

7 Asia-Pacific SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue by Countries

8 South America SaaS Online Video Platforms Revenue by Countries

9 Middle East and Africa Revenue SaaS Online Video Platforms by Countries

10 Global SaaS Online Video Platforms Market Segment by Type

11 Global SaaS Online Video Platforms Market Segment by Application

12 Global SaaS Online Video Platforms Market Size Forecast (2019-2024)

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