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As of Jan 2020, these 129 SaaS companies are the largest in the Document Management space.

The Top Document Management SaaS Companies

This list tracks the largest private B2B Document Management SaaS companies by revenue. In total, this list features 129 companies with combined revenues of $1.5B.

These companies have raised a total of $1.5B. Together, these Document Management saas companies serve 29M customers and employ over 12K on their teams.

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$1B
$104M
19M
7K
1998
United States
02
E
Everlaw

Document Management

Platform for document analysis to law firms

$38M
$299M
-
358
2010
United States
03
CPSI
Ccs Presentation Systems, Inc.

Document Management

CCS Presentation Systems is an information technology company located in Jacksonville.

$25M
$11M
-
276
1991
United States
04
SD
Seamless Doc

Document Management

SeamlessDocs is no-code platform for form automation and eSignatures that governments use to digitize PDFs and optimize online services

$24M
$22M
1K
37
2011
United States
05
M
Mimeo

Document Management

Mimeo is a provider of online managed content distribution and printing services. It specializes in online document printing, digital content, document library, cloud based platforms and booklets as well. The company was founded 1998 and is headquartered in New York, New York. It seeks to acquire other companies that provide graphic designing services, online printing services and other cloud-based print and delivery services.

$21M
$87M
-
437
1998
United States
06
N
Nitro

Document Management

Nitro is changing the way the world works with documents. As the global leader in document productivity solutions, Nitro enables people to work smarter every day with their documents, on the desktop and in the cloud. From PDF creation, conversion, editing, and reviewing capabilities, to cloud-enabled workflows for secure sharing, collaboration and electronic signatures, Nitro offers best-in-class solutions that every knowledge worker in an organization should use to improve productivity, document security and corporate sustainability. Founded in 2005, Nitro’s enterprise-grade solutions are now trusted by more than 575,000 leading businesses worldwide, including over half of the Fortune 500. As the only PDF software company focused completely on solving document challenges, Nitro continues to drive innovation in the space by employing cutting edge technology, including natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning, to unlock the power of the information contained in business-critical documents. One of the fastest-growing private companies in the world, Nitro is also a multiple Inc. 500/5000, BRW Fast 100, Deloitte Technology Fast 50, and Software 500 award winner. Headquartered in San Francisco, Nitro has offices in Dublin, Melbourne, St. Petersburg and Nitra, Slovakia. Discover how to work smarter every day and do more with documents at GoNitro.com.

$19M
$37M
600K
209
2005
United States
07
R
Rossum

Document Management

Automating data entry from documents

$17M
$105M
-
117
2017
United Kingdom
08
D
Docutech

Document Management

Provider of dynamic document generation, electronic signature, and compliance services to leading banks and mortgage lenders. The company's software interfaces with loan origination systems (LOS) to enable lenders to generate complete loan document sets to ensure regulatory compliance is met. It also manages and secures all information needed for a loan, guaranteeing the accuracy, security, and compliance.

$11M
-
-
153
1991
United States
09
T
Templafy

Document Management

Templafy is a fast-growing B2B Software-as-a-Service company, helping more than 1.5 million users improve productivity, branding, and compliance across business documents, presentations, and emails. Templafy’s platform assists enterprise employees in each stage of the document creation workflow, delivering productive, compliant and enjoyable ways of working in office applications. It’s a solution that communications and compliance teams can control, IT can trust, and employees love using. Founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2014, Templafy’s team leveraged more than 15 years of experience in template management and document automation to develop a cloud service solution now used by enterprise customers from all industries. Templafy’s offices are currently located in New York, Copenhagen, Berlin and Eindhoven, representing 40+ nationalities, and the Templafy team serves customers all over the world.

$11M
$242M
600
366
2014
Denmark
10
D
Documaster

Document Management

It’s time to get organized! Documaster gives a complete overview, and makes it easy to tag, store and find documentation.

$9M
$17M
200
95
2014
Norway
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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.