What is SaaS and how it helps to reduce infrastructure costs?

SaaS or Software as a Service is the process of delivering applications over the internet. Instead of installing or maintaining the software, you can access it over the internet without spending on software and hardware management. SaaS is otherwise called web-based tools or on-demand software or hosted software.

The SaaS applications will run on the provider’s server by managing access to the application including availability, security, and performance.     

Benefits of SaaS

Access to the sophisticated applications: You don’t want to purchase, update, or install any hardware, middleware, or software. SaaS makes the enterprise applications including CRM and ERP affordable for organizations and makes it easy to deploy, purchase, or manage the infrastructure and software.

Pay for your usage: SaaS service saves your money because it automatically scales up and scales down according to the usage.

Free client software: Users can run their saas applications directly from their web browser without downloading or installing it. Thus you no need to install additional software for your users.  

Mobilize your workforce: SaaS makes it easy for the workforce as they can access the SaaS applications from an internet-connected computer or mobile phone. You don’t need to worry about developing applications that run on different devices or operating systems. You also don’t need a specialist to manage security issues. The best-chosen service provider will safeguard your data regardless of the type of device using it.

Access your SaaS application from anywhere: With cloud storage, you can access the information from a computer or mobile device. When application data is stored in the cloud, the data will not be lost when a computer or device fails.

Characteristics of SaaS

SaaS model protects the privacy of customers by offering secure and reliable service on a massive scale. For example, a bank customer accesses the same financial systems and technology without worrying about the fraudsters accessing their personal information. Some of the key characteristics of the SaaS model are:


The multitenant architecture allows applications to share a common infrastructure and code base which is centrally maintained. As SaaS vendor clients are on the same vendor, codebase, and infrastructure.


Ability to easily customize applications to fit business processes in the common infrastructure. SaaS vendors can save development time spent on versions of outdated code.              

Better Access

It provides access to the networked device by making it easier to manage data use and privileges to ensure that everyone accesses the same information at the same time.

Make use of Consumer web

With the SaaS application, you can easily customize by making it easy to update for traditional business.

SaaS trends

Tech enterprises are now developing SaaS integration platforms (SIPs) for creating additional SaaS applications. SaaS moves beyond standalone software to become a platform for mission-critical applications.

To experience SaaS benefits in your organization, talk to our infrastructure experts today.

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