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Advantages of SaaS software
SaaS stands for Software as a Service, which means that the software is not installed on the customer’s hardware, but is accessible in the cloud via the internet from a server hosted by the service provider. SaaS is software for rent. You pay to use it, but you do not own it.
SaaS software is a flexible and easy solution for SMBs
SaaS software is easy to use. For SMBs, moving to SaaS software means they no longer have to worry about their vendor maintaining the software. This frees up resources for other activities.
One of the main advantages of SaaS services over traditional software is flexibility: for example, you can use a product for 2 months. If the service doesn’t work as expected, you can unsubscribe and try another SaaS software. Many products also offer a free trial of a few days.
The deployment phase of a SaaS service is designed to be very easy. The startup threshold is low, with a free one-month trial period. This makes it safe and easy to get acquainted. The trial period makes it clear how the SaaS software meets the practical needs of the business. There is no commitment to the trial. Remote demonstrations and support will also help you in the early stages.
Pay-as-you-go – no additional equipment costs
There are no high license fees. The customer does not have to buy software licenses for himself, but pays a fixed service fee for the software. Pricing is predictable and fair, as the customer pays for the service based on actual usage and number of users. The cost per user is very low.
With new updates, the program is constantly improved to better meet the needs of our customers. As the software evolves and new updates are released, they are available to all users at no additional cost.
SaaS customers also benefit from the fact that vendors can automatically update software – often weekly or monthly – so companies don’t have to worry about purchasing new versions when they become available or installing patches such as security updates. This can be especially attractive to organizations with limited IT staff to manage these tasks.
Accessible from anywhere
Data stored in the software is kept securely in the cloud and will not be lost, for example, if your computer crashes. Online software is not only linked to computers, but can also be accessed on mobile devices, anywhere and anytime. The software adapts responsively to tablets and can be used as fully as on a PC. Due to the mobile nature of many jobs, it is important to be able to connect to the software on a cell phone.
White Label Capability
SaaS services take “customization” into account by offering different product variants (pricing plans) based on customer segments and usage needs.
The different services impacted in your company:
- Sales management (CRM or RGC)
- Procurement and inventory (ERP or GPI)
- Business software