SaaS: Cloud-based solutions
Updated: Dec 8, 2021
The analysis of how software is being used in the modern business gives us a hint to what helps customers gain their revenue using software products which we develop, and learn how we can use technology to accomplish business objectives.
A large majority of businesses today are adapting to marketplace changes and improving the efficiency of their technological environments. And in 2018 technical companies are focused on the software layers like infrastructure, platform, and application.
The growth of Cloud-based solutions that are well known as SaaS (Software-as-a-Service), help to run business smarter. The SaaS model for Business is very simple to use, and all the Customers need is access to applications online. You can try cloud solutions before buying and then deploy them rapidly. More and more organizations take advantage of their high-performance and win with their transparency of pricing.
Indeed, understanding software trends can help businesses make good decisions about where to invest their own money. The speed of implementation has a great impact on decisions about where to invest.
Cloud application services are expected to grow and buyers are looking for cloud solutions. Over the past few years, Business processes and value definition has evolved greatly. Customers value speed and time in technological platform development for their business.
Furthermore, some years ago the use of SaaS tools was limited to large companies and corporations only. However, now small businesses and medium-sized companies are adopting SaaS tools with high speed. Gartner predicts that 78 % of SME is expected to completely shift to the cloud by 2020.
Benefits of Cloud solutions for Companies
Easy remote access
Use of software applications through the internet
Outsource the entire infrastructure to a third party
Real-time integration/processing increases access to data, runs with fewer resources, and improves uptime.
Better Performance ensured by a properly configured system
Reduce spending (according to research, companies that shift to SaaS solutions can reduce their IT spending by more than 15 percent)
Choose a cloud services provider who offers high-quality scalable features, development of a secure and flexible business system.
Example of SaaS in Cloud developed in JEVERA: a fast-code platform XM^online.
Cloud solution for service providers, that helps many businesses solve specific tasks involved in business management like CRM, billing systems, order management, product catalog and self-service configuration settings. It allows clients choose their business model and start monetizing their services in real time already in 30 days.
The platform is oriented for service businesses such as Corporate Cleaning, Concierge, Equipment Insurance, VoIP Services, Sports Training & Equipment Rental, Car Sharing, Video Surveillance, Medical Diagnostics With Wearable Devices, Air Quality Control, Housing Services, Disabled People Assistance, Parking Service, EV-Charge Networks.
Above all, on the diverse and vast market of software new SaaS products arriving that are unique or fully different from others. This is great news, because only a few products can do everything you need. The most applicable solution you get according to your business idea needs. Your customer-oriented SaaS can be perfectly created, based on requirements analysis, customized existing modules, and then technically accomplished with ease.
One more huge reason why are organizations moving to SaaS software? The average first year investment in the development of enterprise level management system could be over $150,000. If the SaaS product has similar functionalities, the amount of investment for a mid-size business meet $30,000/year on average.