Scale Your SaaS

234: How to Accelerate Quickly After Launch - with Krish Ramineni

October 18, 2022 Matt Wolach
Scale Your SaaS
234: How to Accelerate Quickly After Launch - with Krish Ramineni
Show Notes


Scaling a SaaS product is something that is needed to help SaaS startups grow. When the product has paid off, it faces the urge for further growth and development. That’s why in today’s episode, we will dive deep into how your SaaS startup can accelerate quickly after launching. Founder Krish Ramineni joins B2B SaaS Sales Coach and Host Matt Wolach in enlightening SaaS founders about how to accelerate your SaaS company’s growth. He also reveals how AI will massively increase your productivity. Read and prepare for your company’s exponential growth!


Podcast: SaaS-Story in the Making

Episode: Episode No. 234, “How to Accelerate Quickly After Launch – with Krish Ramineni”

Host: Matt Wolach, a B2B SaaS sales coach, Entrepreneur, and Investor

Guest: Krish Ramineni, CEO at


  • Pick a Must-Have Product
  • Apply the 10x Better Rule
  • Focus on the Differentiator
  • Find the Balance in Product Development
  • Use AI to Save Time


  • Product Launching Is a Rollercoaster
  • Word of Mouth is the Best Marketing
  • There’s Always an Underserved Market


Krish Ramineni

[7:40] “From day one, our vision was: Let’s democratize AI.”

[12:21] “Every person inside an organization should be able to have their own AI system that helps them complete work during the day.” 

[15:10] “And so when we were deciding on building a product company, we said you know what, screw it doesn’t matter how hard it is, I need to make it so that it’s something that people care about, and they would want to use and then I’ll work backward and figure out the technology.”

Matt Wolach

[16:04] “I love that and that same 10x rule, we can apply in sales … Once you can get the buyer to quantify their problem, their challenge and figure that out, as long as your system saves at least 10 times or generates at least 10 times more, then you’ve got an opportunity to be able to close them.”

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