Why SAAS ?
SaaS is a leased software maintained by its creator and not hosted on your premises.
Software as a service (SaaS) is transforming information technology today. Gartner defines SaaS as “software that is owned, delivered and managed remotely by one or more providers.
Thinking of moving towards a SaaS solution for your sales process?
- Lower cost of entry
The time to a working solution can drop from months in the traditional model to weeks, days or hours with the SaaS model. In some businesses, IT wants nothing to do with installing and running a sales app.
- Reduced time to benefit
In the SaaS model, the software application is already installed and configured. Users can provision the server for the cloud and quickly have the application ready for use.
- Integration and scalability
Most SaaS apps are designed to support some amount of customization for the way you do business. SaaS vendors create APIs to allow connections not only to internal applications.
- Accessibility and persistence
Since SaaS applications are delivered over the Internet, users can access them from any Internet-enabled device and location.
Here are four great benefits of the SaaS model.
SaaS can provide notable savings for several different reasons. Foremost, it eliminates the upfront cost of purchase/installation, as well on-going costs like maintenance and upgrades.
Many people say “time is money” and thankfully, SaaS can save both. For many SaaS applications, installation is as simple as having an internet connection and acquiring a log-in.
Scalability & Accessibility
Another great feature of SaaS is that the pay-as-you-go model provides fantastic flexibility and options. Additionally, web-based use allows subscribers to access the software easily from any location with internet capabilities.
With the conventional software installation method, updates can require enormous amounts of time and money. Even worse, version discrepancies between members of your workforce can lead to compatibility issues and wasted time.