Posted by: Hemanth Kumar Aswathanarayana | February 24, 2014
Software as a Service (SaaS) is gaining momentum due to the rapid emergence and adoption of cloud and mobile solutions. In a tight economy, the associated low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of SaaS makes it a very attractive proposition.
Posted by: Hemanth Kumar Aswathanarayana | February 19, 2014
Software as a Service (SaaS) is booming, given the rise in mobile and cloud technologies. Research indicates that more than half the business software acquisitions by 2014 will be cloud/ SaaS based. The latest industry projections indicate that the global spending on SaaS applications will increase significantly over the next two years.
Posted by: Hemanth Kumar Aswathanarayana | December 21, 2011
?With technological advances making inroads in every aspect of business and otherwise, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) are not far behind. Increasingly ISVs are adopting the SaaS model of delivery. Traditionally, the on-premise model has been used. However, the pay-per-use option offered by the SaaS delivery model for consumers of software eliminates the CAPEX. It is proving to be a propitious route for businesses wanting to shift from a CAPEX-driven model to an OPEX driven one. In order to move from an on-premise model to the SaaS model ISVs may go through up to three levels of maturity depending on their business goals.
Posted by: Hemanth Kumar Aswathanarayana | September 12, 2011
You will agree that software as a service (SaaS) has opened up a whole new world of opportunities and is becoming the preferred delivery platform for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). The promise of economies of scale and substantial cost benefits are the main reasons behind the increasing adoption of SaaS by ISVs worldwide. But why is it that, in reality, only a few have been successful in transitioning to a services model and display operational agility as SaaS leaders like Salesforce.com?
Posted by: Hemanth Kumar Aswathanarayana | July 21, 2011
Multi tenancy of the SaaS application is a widely discussed topic in terms of the benefits it brings to the Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). The ISV is benefited by the reduction in operational costs and increase in operational efficiency due to multi-tenancy.