There are plenty of examples of SaaS businesses doing what they can to help customers, employees and communities navigate these uncertain times — including offering free products and services to help the communities who need them most. Here area few SaaS companies with offerings to help businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak:
Adzooma is making its tools for managing digital ads on Google and Facebook free of charge until June 1.
The company’s flagship products, including its Jira issue-and-project-tracking software, is now free for teams of up to ten people.
Aware is offering its Spotlight product, which allows employers to leverage a single, centralized view of all collaboration networks, for free through May.
The cloud-based payment processing solution is offering a free, three-month subscription.
Boardable is offering its board engagement and management platform to nonprofits everywhere for free for up to 90 days in order to help board members communicate and continue board operations.
The business edition, which offers things such as unlimited storage and data-loss protection, is now available for free for 90 days.
- Breezy HR
The recruiting software company has made its live video interview and assessment capabilities free to all organizations for at least 60 days to ease the transition to virtual work.
The experiential content creation platform is providing free access to the Ceros platform and ecosystem through Ceros Gives.
The rebate management software provider is offering its Essentials package, which lets users do things such as set up deals and create a central repository of them, free of charge.
- EZ Texting
The SMS marketing software company is providing free emergency text alert services to municipalities, government organizations, and schools.
Making “Emergency Remote Work Kits” designed for nonprofits, schools, and health care organizations available for free for three months.
The video messaging service is offering unlimited videos under its free plan through July 1.
Mediafly is offering a free, 60-day trial of its essentials sales enablement package, providing content management, reporting and analytics and live content sets.
The company, which focuses on the travel industry, is offering a complimentary three-month COVID-19 customer support chatbot for companies looking to help ease customer stress and reduce support costs by quickly answering customers’ virus-related requests.
The leader in search engine optimization technology is offering free access to Moz Academy through May with promo code “wegotthis.”
Lavu is offering MenuDive, the company’s white-label online ordering and delivery solution for restaurants, for free to U.S. restaurants.
The security-focused cloud software provider is offering access to Okta Single Sign-On (SSO) and Okta Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
IT tools rationalization and consolidation solution provider is offering a free, rapid tools assessment for IT teams searching for ways to eliminate unnecessary software tools and save jobs.
Offering free upgrades to paid plans for teams working on coronavirus pandemic research, response, or mitigation.
- Vena Solutions
The company’s newly launched Vena Agile Planning Quick Start package offers a four-month free subscription to the Vena FP&A platform.
- Clarity Wave
To aid businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, Clarity Wave is offering a three-month free subscription to its employee engagement software.
To support small teams, the collaborative product management, and roadmapping software is offering 6 months of their airfocus Starter plan for free.
The website optimization tool is offering a discount on it’s paid offering to help businesses better understand website user behavior.
- iAuditor by SafetyCulture
The company is offering 6 months of its health and safety inspection solution, iAuditor premium for free.
Even More SaaS Companies Lending a Hand
A number of publications, like Entrepreneur, Forbes and Inc., recently published lists of companies — including SaaS brands — offering free and discounted tools to help ease the burden of remote work. Here’s a quick round-up of some of those lists:
- 50 Ways Companies Are Giving Back During The Coronavirus Pandemic
- These 5 Tech Companies Are Providing Free Remote Working Tools During the Coronavirus Outbreak
- 111 Free Tools to Help You Through the Coronavirus Pandemic
- Free Software That Businesses, Schools And Others Can Use During The COVID-19 Crisis
- Free tools and services for businesses during the COVID-19 crisis
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