SaaS is a natural fit for businesses intent on slashing IT responsibilities and costs. On average, firms that transition to Software as a Service subscriptions from capital-heavy, on-premise infrastructure installation, maintenance and upgrades enjoy an IT spending reduction of more than 15 percent, according to data collected by Computer World.
SaaS is particularly well suited for small businesses. Instead of investing in additional in-house server capacity and software licenses, companies simply can adjust their Software as a Service subscription on a monthly basis, scaling consumption requirements up and down based on project demands and other variables.
28 Aug 2020
Design, SAAS, Website
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