What is Software as a Service?
Some well-known examples include Outlook, Salesforce and Netflix but there’s no limit to what type of software can be hosted and delivered through the cloud. Types of software that are typically hosted include accounting and invoicing, performance monitoring, planning and training.
This method of software delivery is only predicted to continue its growth as SaaS provides a number of benefits to both end users and developers that want to host and deliver their software online.
SaaS removes the need for traditional disk-based software solutions, where the businesses would have to install and run the application on their own laptops or data centres. With Software as a Service, end users would simply access the software online ‘as a service’, where they’d avoid installing it on local machines.
For Software Developers and Independent Software Vendors, delivering Software as a Service reduces both the sales delivery and implementation time, while generating long-term customer commitment and safely selling software to customers internationally.
- Lower cost of entry
- Lower total cost of ownership
- Elimination of capital expenditures
- Dramatic reduction in I.T. salaries and costs
- Faster implementations
- Outsourced expertise dramatically reduces risk
- Access to a more powerful and secure infrastructure
- Few organisations can match the infrastructure and security investments made by SaaS vendors
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