Top SaaS Companies in Naperville

List of the largest SaaS companies in Naperville, United States (Click to apply)

These are the top SaaS companies in Naperville, United States. In todays day and age its possible to launch a company from anywhere. We wanted to show some love for Naperville by featuring these 6 companies with combined revenues of $57.4M.

Together, Naperville SaaS companies employ over 2K employees, have raised $0.0 capital, and serve over 600 customers around the world.

$0 - $1M ARR
  1. Signol $775.2K
  2. Cartavi $22.3K
$1M - $5M ARR
  1. Aasonn $3.8M
$5M - $10M ARR
    $10M+ ARR
    1. Quinnox $37.5M
    1. 01
      Quinnox

      Quinnox

      Information Technology Software

      Provider of information technology services intended to address complex issues and capitalize on opportunities to help deliver better outcomes. The company's services use digital components such as analytics, mobility, social media, and smart-embedded devi

      $37M

      1K

      1999

      Naperville

    2. 02
      Royal Cyber

      Royal Cyber

      Application Development Software

      The company primarily operates in the Software industry. Royal Cyber was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Naperville, IL.

      $13M

      600

      573

      2002

      Naperville

    3. 03
      Aasonn

      Aasonn

      Cloud Computing Software

      Provider of human resource and talent management cloud-based solutions. The company offers business processes as a service (BPaaS) that delivers outsourced HR services via cloud technology, enabling companies to standardize their HR processes, thereby redu

      $4M

      $20M

      63

      2006

      Naperville

    4. 04
      sahave.org

      sahave.org

      Information Technology Software

      $2M

      23

      2018

      Naperville

    5. 05
      Signol

      Signol

      Database Software

      Signol is a new, innovative company that uses personalized feedback and optimal management practices to help companies increase their productivity, make their employees happier, and reduce their carbon footprint.

      $775K

      19

      2017

      Naperville

    6. 06
      Cartavi

      Cartavi

      Document Management

      Provider of cloud based document sharing platform. The company's platform allows everyone involved in a real estate transaction to securely manage and share documents from any computer, tablet or smartphone.

      $22K

      1

      2009

      Naperville

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    What are the fastest growing companies doing?

    83 of the fastest growing companies that also have the most revenue have a clear expansion revenue strategy. On average, sales reps are selling plans where starting contract value is $4,606.

    Those same companies employ 1,678 sales reps that carry a quota. The most common compensation plan used by these companies is a 1:5 ratio of sales rep on target earnings (OTE) to quota. Meaning if a rep can earn $200k in base and commissions, quota target for that year is set at 5x, or $1m in new ARR closed.

    If you’re going to build a high growth SaaS company, you need to figure out how to scale with quota carrying sales reps.

    Which CEO’s are the most efficient capital allocators?

    We can measure this a variety of ways. Which company has the most revenue per employee? What about dollars in revenue compared to dollars raised? What about time, which founder went from $0 to $10m the fastest?

    Looking deeper at dollars in revenue compared to dollars raised, bootstrappers take the cake because they self fund (denominator zero). When we look at companies that have raised at least $1m, Actito is the clear winner generating $21m in revenue, growing 100% yoy, on just 1m raised ($.05 dollars raised for every $1 of revenue).

    Omnisend comes in a close second with $.08 dollars raised for every dollar of revenue. Doing $19m as of December 2020. Proposify gets honorable mention with $0.46 dollars raised (3.25m) for every dollar of revenue ($7m).

    The worst performers here are companies like YayPay with $3.68 dollars raised ($14m) per dollar of revenue ($3.8m). Many of the worst performers just did a round of funding and haven’t had a chance to deploy to drive growth yet. That makes this data less valuable but still illustrative.