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Archive for October 2010
To efficiently provision for newly registering tenants, managing end-users and making tenant specific customizations, SaaS applications should has a powerful backend system enabled by the SaaS framework.
There are four main aspects of SaaS application management: 1) User interface and branding, 2) Workflow and business rules,3) Extensions of the business model and 4) Access control. The meta-data services of the SaaS Framework enable the customization of applications (such as Trackr) to meet individual tenant organizational requirements.
Here at Digital Sabre we are excited about a number of projects in the works as well as several that we hope to be awarded. These projects include innovative use of technologies, capitalizing on the new custom of “sharing” via social media and using mobile apps for business. We are really looking forward to being able to tell you all about them and yet for now we are sworn to secrecy!
Like all of Digital Sabre’s SaaS applications, the new TRAKR was built with the intent to meet the changing needs of today’s businesses. In order to meet the widely varying business requirements of organizations and to efficiently manage a growing tenant base, Digital Sabre understands that SaaS providers need to have a powerful backend system enabled through the application architecture to meet this challenge. With the success of B2C on-demand solutions where standard features are provided to all users, there is an expectation that enterprise class SaaS applications too can be delivered in this way—and Digital Sabre answers this call.