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Docsend revenue is $9.2 million

Docsend is worth $165 million valuation

Docsend team size is 63 employees

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Docsend

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How Docsend hit $9.2M Revenue with 17K customers in 2022.

DocSend is a content management and tracking solution that helps sales and marketing teams be more efficient.

Founded

2013

Founded

Revenue

$9.2M

2022 Revenue

YOY

0.00%

YOY

Funding

$14.7M

Funding


Docsend Revenue

In 2022, Docsend revenue run rate hit $9.2M in revenue.

  • 2021

    Docsend hit $9.2M in revenue in 2021

  • 2017

    Docsend hit $1.2M in revenue in 2017

  • 2013

    Docsend launched in 2013 with $0 revenue

665.00% ▲$1.2M$9.2M

Docsend Funding History

Why are so many SaaS founders taking money from Founderpath.com instead of VC`s?

  • 2019 Venture Round

    Docsend raised a Venture Round of $5M

  • 2016 Series A

    Docsend raised a Series A of $8M

  • 2013 Seed Round

    Docsend raised a Seed Round of $1.7M

FUNDING DATEROUNDAMOUNTVALUATION
06/30/2019 Venture Round $5M
04/11/2016 Series A $8M
10/01/2013 Seed Round $1.7M

Team

Docsend has 63 total employees and 5 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 17000 customers an engineering team of 19 and a marketing team of 6

2017201820192020202120▲50▲11▲26▲
DISTRIBUTIONQTY
Total team size
63
Engineer
19(30%)
Sales
5(8%)
Marketing
6(10%)

CEO/Founder

Russ Heddleston

Russ Heddleston – Co-founder & CEO, DocSend Russ Heddleston (excerpt) I think it’s important to not have like that hero streak where you try to do everything. I think it also helps that this is my second startup. I think if you’ve been through it once before, it helps you pace yourself a little bit better because everything is critical and you do have to move really fast. You also have to continue to live your life.” Stephen Cummins Welcome to 14 minutes of SaaS, the show where you can listen to the stories and opinions of founders of the world’s most remarkable SaaS ScaleUps. 0:42 This episode is part 1 of a 3 part mini-series with Russ Huddleston, CEO and Co-founder of DocSend, a content management and tracking system – recorded in Collision New Orleans. Russ talks about his career which he kickstarted by interning for a string of superstar software companies. He discusses the pros and cons of starting a company with friends, says mobile-first strategies can be overrated and touches on how people interact with content, their attention spans, and brings in even a little bit of deep learning. 1:20 How are you doing Russ? Russ Heddelston Great, thanks for having me on Stephen. Stephen Cummins Brilliant. Could tell us a little bit about yourself and your life history? Russ Heddelston I’ll try to describe it in a concise manner. My family was in the military – so I was an army brat growing up. Lived in Berlin for 5 years, lived in Denver, grew up mostly in South Dakota. I had the very good fortune to go to Stanford for undergrad and grad in computer science. And, I had no idea what I was getting into coming from South Dakota. I certainly wasn’t prepared for it. That’s basically how I got into tech. Spent some time building robots. Decided software was a little bit better suited to me … much faster paced. After leaving Stanford I worked at a company called Graystripe and ended up being their director of engineering and it was a wonderful ride for a few years. They ended up selling the business to ValueClick – that was like my first taste of like, you know, like a startup just kinda doing it from the beginning. I also interned at Trulia as their first intern back in 2006 … back in the day. There were 5 people there and then interned at Microsoft. I left Graystripe and went back to Harvard business school. A lot of people who were in HBS with me had a consulting background or a business background. But for me it was entirely new information. I hadn’t taken any business classes before. And it was really fascinating to see – probably the only business classes I’d taken before was doing this thing called the Mayfield program at Stanford – which is … for anyone in Stanford they should definitely apply to this. It’s an amazing 9 month work study / entrepreneurship program. HBS – a great experience.

Q&A

What`s your age?

32

Favorite online tool?

Gmail, Slack, Truly Wireless

Favorite book?

Good To Great

Favorite CEO?

Keith Krach

Advice for 20 year old self

Be more patient


Customers

Docsend has 17K customers.

Lifetime Months

-

x

Monthly ARPU

$36

=

Lifetime Dollar

-

Acquisition Cost

-

Average Annual Price

$429

$0$429024681012
$0$429024681012

Churn

Docsend has an annual churn rate of 0.00%.

-100-500%50100

Gross Annual Dollar Churn

-0.00%

Annual Dollar Expansion

0.00%

Net Revenue Retention

100.00%


About Docsend

Monthly Revenue

$764.5K

-

Total Expenses

$0.0

=

Net Income

$0.0

EBIDTA Margin

0.0%

+

YOY Growth

0.0%

=

Rule of 40

0


Docsend Board of Directors

NamePosition

Docsend Executives

NamePosition
Russ Heddleston CEO

Docsend Employees

NamePosition
Russ Heddleston CEO

Frequently Asked Questions about Docsend

When was Docsend founded?

Docsend was founded in 2013.

How much revenue does Docsend generate?

Docsend generates $9.2M in revenue.

Who is the CEO of Docsend?

The CEO of Docsend is Russ Heddleston.

How much funding does Docsend have?

Docsend was raised $14.7M.

How many employees does Docsend have?

Docsend has raised 63 employees.

Where is Docsend headquarters?

Docsend headquater is at United States



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Latka collected this data by interviewing Docsend CEO Russ Heddleston on 04/19/2022

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