Customers who are willing to put in their credit cards to sign up for a SaaS are invested in the system and have more reason to help it grow. At the beginning of a new system, these kinds of users are critical and getting the kinds of people who will do this it the difference between the system growing or failing.
You wouldn't call a carpenter to fix your car or a podiatrist to work on your heart, so don't call a developer to market your goods a designer to plan your database or a marketer to build your project.
These questions all seem like simple, straight-forward questions that anyone should ask before starting any business. But so often people jump into building software systems without clearly thinking through all of this.So, let's take a look through some of these questions and the lessons to be learned from them, starting with the big ones first.