Before you decide to sell your SaaS business, you need to have a firm understanding of exactly how much it’s worth. Thankfully, if you are considering selling your business, our SaaS business value estimation calculator can give you an accurate result. This means you can make an informed decision about whether now is the right time for you to sell.
Using the SaaS business estimation calculator calculator is quick and simple. In fact, in only a few minutes, you can receive a value for your SaaS business. First, you’ll need to tell us a little bit about the price you’re looking to sell for, the discount rate and the risk adjustment. After providing us with these figures, you’ll then need to tell us about the annual revenue and annual expenses of the business. Finally, you’ll just need to say whether you’re looking to sell or keep the company in question. Getting a value for a SaaS business really is that simple.
Our SaaS business value estimation calculator will tell you the current value of future cash flow and is a useful tool for analyzing cash flow only. It does not take into account goodwill, inventory, content, software or any other value the website or domain might have. That said, understanding the value of the cash flow is imperative when valuing a SaaS business.
If you’re interested in selling your SaaS business for the highest possible multiple, then get in touch with our experienced brokers today. They will conduct a thorough review of your business and discuss your options for sale with you.
Each project requires a name to make further use of the calculator more convenient. Each new name will be saved as a Project which you can return to at a later time.
Here we factor in the initial purchase price for the website you are considering investing in, as well as taking into account the discount rate, risk adjustment, and risk adjusted discount rate.
Here we are taking into account the annual revenue and annual expenses of the website. We have defaulted to three years. You can add or remove years as you see fit.
To calculate the final information we need to know if the intent is to sell the property, or maintain ownership.