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Nearly all enterprise level organizations have incorporated SAAS into their business strategy – and for good reason. Providing a modern user interface, and a cost effective way to provide consistent experiences across diverse workforces, many of today’s most important applications are provided in a SAAS model.
From office and messaging software, to payroll processing software, CAD software, development software, ERP and accounting systems, and so much more, SAAS is a common delivery model that’s been applied to applications likely used by your company. We work with established providers, and through a comprehensive discovery process, we will determine your specific needs and help you find the right fit for your organization. However, adopting SAAS applications is not always free of challenges.
That’s where we come in.
We have years of experience implementing all types of SAAS applications for organizations ranging from small, family owned businesses to Fortune 500 companies. We have a breadth and depth of technology skills that will enable you to take advantage of the benefits SAAS can offer, as well as established partnerships with the most reputable software providers in the industry. You can trust our team to recommend the right tools for your business, and to manage the process seamlessly.
A range of solutions to address your IT challenges.
Wondering about how SAAS might work for your business? Here’s a list of the 25 most widely used SAAS and cloud offerings:
- Microsoft Office 365
- Google G Suite
- Jira Atlassian
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- FedEx US
- Google Web Analytics
If you’re still on the fence about SAAS, perhaps you need more info about how such platforms can help your business. Here are a few of the most widely adopted applications, and how businesses are making the most of them:
One of the most well-known SAAS applications, Salesforce remains at the vanguard of the cloud computing revolution it helped create. The customer relations management solution helps businesses to collect key information on customers, prospects and leads within a single online platform, enabling authorized employees to access critical data on any connected device at any time.
2. Microsoft Office 365
The MS productivity applications you know, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint, are longtime staples of the workplace – but the cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 dramatically expands the Office suite’s capabilities. Users can now create, edit or share content from any PC, Mac, iOS, Android or Windows device in real-time, and collaborate with colleagues or customers across a range of tools from email to video conferencing. The user-friendly interface allows interaction between individuals inside or outside an organization.
An online workspace allowing professionals to collaborate with anyone, from any location. Users can confidently share even large files via traditional link or custom URL, protecting data and documents via permissions and password protection. Box supports more than 120 file types, and users may preview content prior to downloading. All content sharing, editing, discussion and approval is confined to one centralized file, and users receive real-time notifications when edits are made. Box also automates tasks such as employee onboarding and contract approvals, reducing repetition and abbreviating review cycles.
4. Amazon Web Services
Amazon has always been a leader in their space, and now they’ve evolved beyond their core e-commerce platform to support the on-demand delivery of cloud-based IT resources and applications, bolstered by pay-as-you-go pricing options. Amazon Web Services currently boasts more than 70 services, including computing, storage, networking, database, analytics, deployment, and management.