- No hassle installing
- Availability on demand
- No maintenance
- Ease of scalability and integration
- Ease of updating/upgrading
- Baked-in best practices and samples
The Software as a Service (SaaS) model is continuously gaining traction across all corners of the business world and there is good reason behind it. Also named on-demand software, hosted software or web-based software, SaaS drops the traditional software installation step, the maintenance and the management approaches in favour of delievering cloud-based applications via the internet.
Since SaaS solutions usually reside in cloud environments that are scalable and have integrations with other such SaaS offering, in comparison to the traditional model, you do not need to buy seperate software to activate features, simply enable the already available SaaS offering. SaaS will also give you more flexibilty when it comes to being able to scale your use up and down based on the specific needs.