Software as a Service (SaaS) – Succeed With Simplicity

   

Everyone wants an easy path to complete tasks, projects and campaigns. Not everyone is on the right path. In fact some companies drive wrong side of the highway, and their traditional software system is to blame.

Software as a service (SaaS) offers simplicity that traditional systems do not, and organizations benefit from reduced costs and downtime by switching over. Learn more about SaaS to see if it fits your needs better than a traditional model.

What Is Software as a Service (SaaS)?

Software as a service is a model which uses a third party to host services online. Organizations implement it in place of an on-premise model. A good example of SaaS is shipping physical parts for repair rather than paying for on-site help. It is a modern, growing solution which gained popularity due to its uncluttered, cost-friendly benefits.

A lot of organizations work exclusively with SaaS, but there are situations that require traditional service models. Use the following benefits to determine if a SaaS is the right service for your company.

A screenshot of 12 multi-colored SaaS cloud logos.
Software as a service is an online software distribution model.

Boost Company Uptime and Evolve With Scalability

Extensive downtime is a killer, and required installation or software upgrades from on-premise systems are the culprit. Fortunately SaaS automates updates and upgrades.  Because of this, the upgrades don’t require a lot of downtime. It also ensures your company uses the most current system.

Organizations confidently make SaaS their main software distribution model due to its scalability. As companies grow, their needs change and the demand for a system to grow alongside it intensifies. This is a deciding factor for a lot of businesses when implementing the SaaS model.

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SaaS benefits companies with its scalability and increased business uptime.

Money. Sneakily-Saved Money

An upgrade to SaaS is cheaper than traditional models that require payments for the newest version of their software.  And cheaper upgrades aren’t the only advantage. SaaS runs on shared servers for multiple clients, which means economical systems for consumers. IT involvement lessens as well, a production boost for companies and IT departments. However, don’t confuse less IT involvement with less security.

SaaS models reduce security concerns because the vendor hosting the software is responsible for all security functions. Safety quality is strong among SaaS systems due to market improvements. This has a domino effect on security for other portions of your organization, as IT can now focus their efforts elsewhere.

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SaaS is a potential money-saver for businesses.

Rapid Software Launch and Extensive Integrations

SaaS is an accelerated solution for companies that require access to a software distribution model. There is minimal training and no installation, so it’s functional organization-wide within a few hours.

It streamlines workflows through integrations with other software. One of the most popular and fastest growing SaaS systems, Slack, integrates with common business tools such as digital asset management. This integration helps organizations thrive.

Find the right balance between accessibility and capability with a SaaS.  A simple software distribution model switch is key to a harmonious workflow.