saas pilot

Launch your SaaS startup without incorporating

Build products. Get traction. The paperwork can wait

It's a long way from a prototype to a scalable SaaS business. You'd want to start selling as early as possible, to make sure you are on the right path. Do you have to incorporate to start selling? Not really, if you have a partner like SaaS Pilot. For a fraction of incorporation cost, you can skip the boring part and start selling from the day one. Sounds like a good deal, doesn't it? Keep it lean and iterate fast. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

How it works?

Once we receive your application, there is a KYC (Know Your Client) process, which is required to make sure that your SaaS product is legitimate and ready for being marketed in the United States. We then do initial setup actions and you start selling under the umbrella of SaaS Pilot, a Delaware LLC -- as if it was your own company, with its mailing address, merchant accounts, etc. Intellectual property and equity remain all yours, as well as the marketing and sales process, customer support, accounting, etc. You are free to leave when you want to. 

What's the pricing?

We take a setup fee and a small fraction of your revenue. We are still testing different pricing structures, so to get a quote, you'll have to apply first. We can only assure you that the cost is well below the cost of setting up and running a legal entity in the U.S.

Why is it limited to SaaS model?

First of all, we understand SaaS quite well, so we can help the founders along the way. Secondly, our own model requires that sooner or later the products start earning recurring revenue. Finally, focusing on one model lets us better manage the risks of individual products and the entire portfolio.

Does my SaaS qualify?

Our vetting rules are strict, but if you are a founder of a legit SaaS product and you can accept payouts from the United States, there is a 90% chance that you do qualify for the service. You, however, will have to start making some revenue during the first three months after you join us. 

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