Backblaze (BLZE) is a California-based cloud storage and data backup company.
The business works with over 500 customers in more than 175 countries, offering data storage for a variety of information at data centers in the U.S., the Netherlands, and more.
But while the company operates physical locations to store the data, customers pay a monthly subscription through Backblaze’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model.
This is a solid model for the up-and-coming company, as subscription-based services are easier to grow and manage versus the manufacturing of a physical product.
And with companies continuing to allow employees to work in remote and hybrid environments, demand for cloud-storage services will only rise in the years ahead.
So, with Backblaze’s position in the SaaS space, combined with growing demand for data storage, it has the potential to become a long-term winner of the cloud market following its initial public offering on Thursday.
In fact, the stock is already up 40% after its first two days of trading. And this is just the beginning…
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