Australian start-up, Kinde has reinvented SaaS infrastructure for founders by creating a first-of-its-kind platform that provides the building blocks for software companies to launch faster.
Kinde’s platform offers speed to market and scalability, providing infrastructure for authentication, user management, feature flagging and billing that founders and early start up teams can integrate into their product in minutes.
Customers can be signed up and logged in seamlessly with a range of authentication options including password-less login, SSO options and password authentication.
- User management: Manage users from one seamless dashboard that makes it easy to add, delete and suspend users, and provides a complete picture of key business metrics.
- Feature flags (coming soon): Deploy more with less risk – launch to a beta group of users before sharing a release with everyone.
- Billing (coming soon): Develop subscription plans that are tailored to business needs and get powerful analytics and insights on finances and growth.
“Kinde is solving one of the biggest problems facing new and established SaaS businesses today. Companies spend far too much time and money building commoditised infrastructure rather than focusing their attention on creating the true value of their products – the part that differentiates them,” Kinde CEO, Ross Chaldecott (pictured) said.
“At Kinde, we’re arming them with all of the infrastructure they need to get started in minutes, so that more people will have the opportunity to start their entrepreneurial journey and build world changing products.”
Since launching in beta earlier this year, Kinde has attracted global interest with start-ups across the world in various industries integrating the Kinde platform.