We funded our first transaction in September 2008.
Since then, we have helped hundreds of vendors, brokers and their thousands of customers and clients to finance transactions throughout Australia, the US and the UK.
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John Delaney is the passion and the vision behind Multipli and has worked in the finance industry for over 30 years, specialising in technology finance programmes with brands such as Compaq, Dell, NCR, Leap Legal Software and Toshiba. John’s unique experience and knowledge across multiple markets and countries gives him the ability to structure finance solutions for technology vendors, brokers and their customers that create measurable value over time.
Initiating, negotiating and executing on the operational and corporate governance structures to support our rapidly growing business is no small task, but John Grant handles it in his stride. John specialises in managing and mitigating financial risk and has worked in corporate finance for over 25 years across Coopers & Lybrand, Westfield, Brambles and the Commbank staked equigroup. John has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Auckland and is a dual qualified CA.
Mitch Williams puts the U in Multipli. As our Sales Operations Manager, his focus is on ensuring that your experience in using our smart solutions is efficient, fast and pain free and he has been kicking that goal straight through the posts for the past eight years. His team are responsible for our constant improvement programmes, and are constantly reviewing our documentation, application and settlement processes, and customer communications with an eye to making any changes necessary. The time Mitch spends on the front line working with our brokers and customers also feeds into the development cycle for mymultipli.
At the helm of our expansion into the US and Canada is Ben Cahir. Ben is an expert with over 20 years of experience in asset finance, operating lease transactions and structured lease agreements gained in roles with TL Rentals, Rentworks, CBA and AMP). Ben will bring his network of contacts across Europe, Asia and ANZ to bear in developing our business footprint into the US, and is the go-to person for technology firms that are looking for ways to accelerate growth without diluting equity.
Transitioning to SaaS sales should be a positive move for your business but you need a thoughtful approach to bringing the sales team along with you. Sales needs to be clear on the ‘why’ of making the change, be certain about the commitment from leadership to seeing the transition through and understand the benefits of SaaS subscription models for the customer, for them and to the business. Here’s a few principles to keep in mind as you ready your software business for the move to SaaS.
So you’ve made the decision to start with or move to a SaaS based pricing model for your software business. It’s pretty much a done deal these days that your business and enterprise clients will expect some sort of subscription plan for pricing. There are a few different models you can use – and you can certainly offer more than one or change as you learn more about what works best for your customers and you. So how do you decide on the best subscription plan? It comes down to two business fundamentals: