Small, medium and big enterprises are getting more dependent on SaaS to keep up in the competitive industry. From the 24% of small to medium businesses using SaaS, the number has grown to 94% by the end of 2017.
Companies with at least 10 employees to firms with 100-249 employees have expressed that they animate the number of SaaS applications they are using will increase within their organizations or within the small business.
SaaS is often utilized to access and edit documents, to store data, and bring better customer service and messaging. And each year, more SaaS becomes available to give more convenience and automation to businesses.
With SaaS, you can even automate inventory management, Enterprise Resource Planning, customer service, and Customer Relationship Management. SaaS will just continue to become more popular especially that it is cheaper, flexible and more accessible.
SaaS is also known as “web-based software,” “hosted software,” or “on-demand software.” The payment is based on the subscription and hosted in the cloud. There is no need to buy a software that you have to install in your PC. You can access SaaS anytime, anywhere and with any device. It has the flexibility that the traditional software can’t provide.
Since small business owners only pay for the subscription, then you don’t have to pay for an installed software that you end up not liking at all. There are also SaaS tools that offer free trials for a month.
SaaS can provide more major benefits. If you don’t get satisfied, then you can just shift to another SaaS tool. This way, once you purchase a software, you already know how to use it and if it really fits the purpose.
If you like the SaaS, you can adjust your subscription. The larger the package or the longer your subscription, the more discount you can also get.