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Suffering from a lack of scale and reliability with your recurring revenue business?

For SaaS companies, customer churn, an unreliable product delivery process, and “feature creep” leading to high technical debt can be the enemy to scaling your business. Your revenue model requires high levels of digital transformation through automated software to ensure accurate, compliant, and scalable operations.

Ten Mile Square consultants start by understanding your business, looking for system and process gaps, alignment of software development and delivery to business goals, and critical areas for improving customer and revenue outcomes. For well over 20 years, we have worked with SaaS companies to automate, scale, and build reliability into their products and services. If you want your SaaS architecture to match your vision, we can help you figure out what your platform needs to be competitive.


“Ten Mile Square jumpstarted our restart. We were able to leave behind years of technical debt and build the scalable platform required to execute on iJET’s vision. We put in place new product management, development, and continuous delivery processes that’ll serve us well for years to come. Our customers are delighted with the responsiveness, expanded capabilities, and more modern service.”

Being a Technology Change Agent to Increase Revenue 4x

Ten Mile Square worked with this SaaS travel risk management solution to retool the product with a scalable delivery methodology, close a private equity investment, and regain its leadership position in the marketplace:

Fixing a Flawed Technology Platform that Led to a Sale to Verisign

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Ten Mile Square helped a cyber threat intelligence company to diagnose and fix problems with its technology platform. We stepped in temporarily as an interim CTO to manage the development and operations teams and as fractional head of product to stabilize the platform for reliable customer operation:

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