What is SaaS?
This approach – also known as cloud development – allows our customers to focus on their core business and enjoy a steady revenue stream while making continual improvements to their offerings without the hassle of version upgrades and distribution.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a model of software delivery where the software company provides maintenance, daily technical operation, and support for the software provided to their client.
SaaS is a model of software delivery rather than a market segment; it assumes the software is delivered over the internet. Software can be delivered using this method to any market segment, from home consumers to small business and enterprises/corporations.
Do you have a need for SaaS
- Does your organization have a service that could be more effective if delivered over the internet?
- Is there a current or future need to expand the scope of any of your existing web application(s)?
- If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you have come to the right place.
Saas Development By Professional DevelopersSaaS Development has several additional considerations compared to traditional software product development. Some of the considerations to name a few are:
- Subscriptions, Metering, Billing and Payments
- Multi-Tenancy, Security, and Data Isolation
- Availability, Monitoring and Service Levels
- On-premise data, application, and process integration
- Scalability, Capacity planning and Cost of Ownership
- Device access including web and mobile
- Everyone has a computer
- Computing itself is a commodity
- Applications are standardized
- Parametric applications are usable – Many SaaS providers allow a wide range of customization within a basic set of functions
- A specialized software provider can target a global market
- Web systems are extremely more reliable than in the past
- Security is sufficiently well trusted and transparent
- Availability of enablement technology
- Wide Area Network’s bandwidth has grown drastically
- Lower total cost of ownership
- Focus on core business and not IT