To SaaS or not to SaaS?

It’s one of the biggest questions facing businesses today. To SaaS or not to SaaS? If you are using solutions like Dropbox for file sharing, Office 365 for productivity, or Salesforce for your CRM needs - you are already SaaSing it!


The rise of subscription based software has organizations re-evaluating whether to buy on-premise software or subscribe to Software-as-a-Service. All research indicates the cloud is not going away, it's growing exponentially. SaaS delivery will significantly outpace traditional software product delivery, growing nearly five times faster than the traditional software market.


If that’s not enough for you, here are a few more reasons:

  • Fewer Upfront Costs – subscription based software can be obtained on a pay-as-you-go basis and accessible from any device with an internet connection.
  • Rapid Deployment – Reduced time to implement. Applications can be rolled out whenever you’re ready and across your entire infrastructure.
  • Quicker Access to Innovation - Updates and patches are done on the virtual level, no more going from machine to machine.
  • Improved Security – Fewer service disruptions and security breaches. In addition, controlled access allows lock-outs for terminated employees.

Still not sure how you feel about SaaS? Well, if the numbers mean anything, then you are headed in that direction, which is something to consider - as your technology ages and your workforce expands.



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