20 CENT SINGLE TICKET PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER OF $557,743 INTO MONDAY AT SANTA ANITA; FIRST POST TIME FOR AN EIGHT-RACE CARD IS AT 12:30 P.M. MONDAY IS ALSO DOLLAR DAY, WITH ONE DOLLAR BEERS, SODAS & TWO DOLLAR HOT DOGSARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 19, 2020)–For the 12th consecutive racing day, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot proved elusive, resulting in a Jackpot carryover of $557,743 into a special eight-race Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday program on Monday.With a carryover from Saturday of $518,025 helping to generate $173,493 in new Jackpot handle today, Sunday’s total Rainbow Six pool reached $691,518.Although there was no single ticket winner, there were 44 consolation tickets with six winners, each worth $2,117.30.First post time on Monday is at 12:30 p.m. and approximate post time for Monday’s third race, leg one in the Rainbow Six, is at 1:32 p.m. PT.For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
Mobile Apps Are the Next Big Wave in B2B SaaSToday, we are experiencing an exciting turning point in the evolution of B2B SaaS. In just the past three years, the growth in mobile business software applications has been tremendous, and that has led to the emergence of a new offshoot of the traditional SaaS model — mobile-first B2B SaaS companies. The trouble is that mobile SaaS businesses are fundamentally different from their non-mobile counterparts. And as was the case with the initial adoption of SaaS, we’re discovering a need for new metrics that can serve as more appropriate and accurate indicators of mobile performance. To get better insight into the factors that measure mobile SaaS health, as well as the current level of investment SaaS companies are making into mobile, we surveyed over 60 companies. Some of the findings were surprising:Mobile focused companies are growing 70% faster than those with a supplementary focus on mobileCompanies dependent on mobile applications spend a sky-high 60-80% of their total revenue on mobile product developmentOn average, mobile-only focused companies take 3+ months longer to develop their apps than companies with equal emphasis between web and mobile (6/9+ months)Cheap and quick mobile development runs the risk of being an ineffective waste of time and resourcesTo help us further evaluate the findings, we collaborated with Adam Marchick, CEO and Founder of Kahuna, a first-of-its-kind platform for mobile marketing automation, who provided his perspective based off first-hand experiences with hundreds of companies with mobile applications.Download the full report to get the key data and insights we collected around mobile spending, development, and growth. Photo by: Viktor HanacekWe’ve also created a higher level overview of key mobile SaaS metrics and trends in the Slideshare below: OpenView 2015 B2B Mobile Growth Metrics from arshammAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis