How to assess the value of SaaS in the MVP stage?

There is a project in the MVP stage, there are prospects, but alas, was so fascinated by the development that he himself has faced problems, including financial. After weighing all the "pros" and "cons", decided to sell the project. The question is how much.
Here the site itself: teleposter.ru
June 10th 19 at 16:25
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June 10th 19 at 16:27
Solution
Depends on the performance of your current profits.

If the service near-zero the cost is somewhere around half of the cost of development, with perspectival price reduction if you have any difficulty finding a buyer.

If the profit is probably an investor wants to earn 20% profit in the future 3 years, but probably it would have been sekisui he have this resource. The resource is already written and you want to sell, if the resource does not have profitability, it will buy for a pittance as you this resource need kudato away, and the investor to hire you to develop not necessary.

Because resources are usually sold when they already have kakieto indicators, for indicators and sell.

Product without its ideological initiator, just buying this for a subscriber base and not the Radley product (Microsoft Skype), without the base, the investor would be willing to buy it just for a small amount, no matter how much it cost to develop, if just buy.

If you are looking for investment, is another question.

And just about the problems of monetization should have thought about before. Therefore always ask "do you have a business plan?".
There is no particular profit because it did not even focus on additional functions. But there is a user base in the area of the 900 people, and constant activity. This is not much invested, compared with the budgets of other SaaS services, this is peanuts. - nikita.Stracke commented on June 10th 19 at 16:30
don't look at other people's budgets, at the time, I was actively engaged in Wherefore that you stuffed a lot of cones to be honest. First thing, write the scheme of monetization, quotations and substantiation of necessity of services is that you will show the investor or buyer. The main thing to remember, investors don't care about the coolness of the product, he invests money to get money, remember this, may be it turns out that the idea of losing or dolookup. When the list - get the estimated figures of profitability, hence the price of the product can be obtained. - Finn_Emmerich commented on June 10th 19 at 16:33
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Primitive example "let's sell this slider for your site, it looks cool, it slides react when the user moves the mouse, the development has cost $ 700"
Especially if you plan to take statistics with the PL generator and okazyvaetsya that the slider clicks is less than 0.16% of users. With slider sell a product worth $ 20, with base in 1000 people who regularly renew your subscription.
This product to pay for itself in less than a month. Therefore its price is kakayato part net profit for the period some significant period of time, which will figure in the talks.

Here it should be noted the rate of growth, considering them even now unprofitable product can be profitable, but it sdorovo lowers the price. Also vozmojen and repurchase of loss-making product with a base, for example, was played on this App, its prospective profits fell as the built-in Kanban Board appeared EN masse on the most popular services. At the time of sale he had already missed the time and in the context of time consistently stuck at one level and walked down. Bought atlassian adding their products to their customer base. - Finn_Emmerich commented on June 10th 19 at 16:36
thanks for the info - nikita.Stracke commented on June 10th 19 at 16:39
June 10th 19 at 16:29
June 10th 19 at 16:31
Very simple. For web shops annual approx no cost and comes with a price. For SAS, maybe a year and a half maybe only half.
June 10th 19 at 16:33
Climb to the site FRÍA and register your project.
as a result, the filling of all metrics and requirements, comes a clear understanding of how much it cost

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