Software as a Service: Important or Crucial?

Published: 6 Jul 2018

Customers are the cornerstone for any enterprise and prove to be the game changers for an organization wanting to increase its market share. Giving in to this concept of customers forming an important part of the value chain of an organization, a software licensing and delivery model was formed in the 1960s. It was then referred to as time-sharing or utility computing by IBM and the other main frame providers. The biggest advantage of SaaS is the ability to install and run applications on the cloud, eliminating the expenses associated with acquiring the hardware, provisioning it, and maintaining it. It offers some additional benefits of having the software without the need to license, install, and support it.

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