How much time does your business invest in software and its management? There are some that you can’t really go without, like email solutions and productivity suites, but you might have other specialized software that also requires attention. When you acquire new software, you can either go the traditional route or you can go the Software-as-a-Service route. Which path is the best choice for your business?
When you go the traditional route of software acquisition, you purchase a license that grants you the ability to use the software as you see fit. You might purchase a handful of licenses for Microsoft Office, for example, thus providing your employees access to the software suite for their use. The benefit of purchasing the license is that you can download the application or client for use on your desktop or on the network.
Software-as-a-Service, however, is more of a subscription-based service model. Think of it like Netflix or other streaming services. You pay a flat fee to get access to the app and its content on a monthly or yearly basis. Basically, instead of purchasing the software outright, you are paying for access to it via the cloud.
SaaS helps small businesses in several ways. Here are some of the more notable ones:
SaaS can help your business no matter what kind of organization you run, whether you need to start a new project or if you just want to save some money.
We know that small businesses don’t always have the resources available to take advantage of full software licenses, especially if they have specialty needs that need different applications. TechNet Task Group can help you ensure that you have access to the software you need to succeed. We can work with your business to implement SaaS solutions that are scalable according to your organization’s specific requirements. We can also host them for minimal involvement on your end in regard to maintenance and management.
To learn more, reach out to us at (716) 685-1181.