26% of SAAS companies with at least $15MM in 2015 GAAP revenue had a revenue growth rate + EBITDA margin of 40% or higher.

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Survey results indicate that companies in the $7.5MM-$15MM range are among the fastest growers. The median growth in this range is much greater than the median of companies half their size. Interestingly, there was a similar bump-up last year, but for companies between $5MM-$7.5MM.

There doesn’t appear to be any relationship between median contract size and growth other than a bump-up for the <$1K and $15K-$25K groups (though this could be skewed by sparse data in those groups). Last year, the bump-up occurred for companies in the $100K-$250K AVC range.

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