The importance of revenue operations with Krish Subramanian, Chargebee1 min read

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Krish Subramanian, founder and CEO of Chargebee, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Krish talks about revenue operations, and the importance of the operations function for scaling SaaS businesses.

He also shares how his role as CEO has changed as the company has scaled – from what he’s learned about hiring and team building to how his day-to-day role has changed.

Krish will be speaking at SaaStock North America in June – find out more about the event and book your tickets here!

Listen on to learn:

– What is revenue operations?
– Why it’s so important for growing SaaS companies to be proactive when thinking about and building out an operations function.
– How continuous customer development helped Chargebee discover the importance of revenue operations for their business.
– How his role as CEO has changed as Chargebee has grown.

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