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The Truth about Software As A Service (SaaS)

Jan 5th, 2011 | By | Category: News

Can you say SaaSy?

NOW that the first decade has passed and we are on a fast pace into 21 first century, let us get ahead of the trend by utilizing the most advanced, yet proven, technology.

Welcome to those who need to know more about SaaS. Definition: Software as a service (SaaS), typically pronounced ‘saas’) is a model of software deployment over the Internet. With SaaS, a provider licenses an application to customers for use as a service on demand, either through a time subscription or a “pay-as-you-go” model. What does that mean to you and me? We all have been using the service for some time now, even if you don’t realize it. It started with AOL, moved onto Yahoo, NOW Google and Office 365 to name a few.

Every business that is still using an in-house solution is spending much more money on depreciating assets and using up valuable resources more than ever. Statistics show up to 65% of companies’ CEO. CFO and CIO haven’t looked into outsourcing, for one reason or another, mostly due to not being properly presented with the knowledge needed,  job security with consultants or IT folks, or personal relationships with their vendors.  Most controllers of organizations are missing out on the ability to capitalize on their infrastructure and the ability to be more productive, cost efficient and stay ahead of its competition.

Tomorrow’s systems for today’s companies that need to position themselves to get ahead of the industry, decrease costs, increase profits and productivity.

Do not let the barrage of new technology redirect your efforts.  Technology is shifting more than ever.  This approach has empowered many companies to grow to the next level of the business life cycle. The question you need to ask is? Why do technology and the business process have to be so confusing, so costly, and put such a strain on our people?

Streamline your business processes with a SaaS solution that offers Best Business Practices Rules for your company’s dynamics, synergy, and culture requirements. Understand the laws and regulations – SEC 17a-4, SOX, HIPAA, and Rule 26, 201CMR17 Compliance, and other local and state regulations to protect the security, confidentiality, and integrity of private information. Your company personnel, customer/clients, and vendors will be able to access all of their resources, tools and services over the Web, through their laptops, desktops, tablets or mobile devices with a single sign-on. Their access information is kept secure by always-on encryption from the connection to the hosted solution(s).

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