It is likely that people within your organization or business think business automation means layoffs. Usually when a task is automated, it does require less people. But that doesn’t mean your employees should be afraid or unhappy with automation. They, like you, should embrace automation as a way to more success, not the unemployment line.
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SaaS (Software as a Service) gives the software users the benefit of using exceptional advanced and pricey software without having to pay staggering costs and investing in installation, maintenance, modifications and understanding of single application software.
By the late 90s, it was determined that not every company or organization could handle the requirements of all software needed to be most efficient. Small firms needed to be able to compete with larger firms, but couldn’t afford the infrastructure investment required to solely purchase certain software.
One of the primary benefits a company gains by using SaaS (Software as a Service) to solve their software needs is that the provider is responsible for time and money spent on maintenance, tech support, and upgrades – not the business using the software.
SaaS, (typically pronounced ‘sass’), is an aconym for “Software as a service”.