The Top 3D Printing Software SaaS Companies

As of Jan 2020, these 4 SaaS companies are the largest in the 3D Printing Software space. (Click to apply)

This list tracks the largest private B2B 3D Printing Software SaaS companies by revenue. In total, this list features 4 companies with combined revenues of $1.8M.

These companies have raised a total of $0.0. Together, these 3D Printing Software saas companies serve 0 customers and employ over 77 on their teams.

$0 - $1M ARR
  1. Zakeke $865.9K
  2. 58k.com $43.2K
$1M - $5M ARR
    $5M - $10M ARR
      $10M+ ARR
        1. 01
          Zakeke

          Zakeke

          3D Printing Software

          Zakeke is a cloud based Product Customizer & 3D Configurator that helps brands scale, boost conversion and keep customers engaged

          $866K

          48

          2017

          3D Printing Software

        2. 02
          Shapeshift 3D

          Shapeshift 3D

          3D Printing Software

          Fully Autonomous Custom-Fitting Personalization Platform

          $521K

          $300K

          13

          2019

          3D Printing Software

        3. 03
          3Dcreative.ly

          3Dcreative.ly

          3D Printing Software

          3Dcreative.ly is the perfect way to introduce kids taking STEM subjects to 3D printing, 3D modeling and CAD.

          $330K

          15

          2014

          3D Printing Software

        4. 04
          58k.com

          58k.com

          3D Printing Software

          58k's management comes from the printing industry.

          $43K

          1

          1999

          3D Printing Software

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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.