• Software as a Service

    Frustrated with Software Support?

    Major software failures are extremely frustrating, costly, and worst of all, they’re difficult to anticipate.

  • Software as a Service

    Stuck with Legacy Applications?

    Gain flexibility -- SaaS-based applications grow with your business requirements. They continuously scale up and down according to the fluctuations of your business.

  • Software as a Service

    Looking to Save Money?

    SaaS lowers your IT overhead costs. Subscription costs reflect economies of scale. And when you subscribe to a SaaS application, you pay as you go.

  • Software as a Service

    Reap the Benefits of SaaS!

    Save money, save time, and devote more of your budget on gaining a competitive advantage instead of infrastructure.


Lower Costs

Today’s economy makes it imperative that businesses find new ways to perform in a more cost-effective fashion. This is particularly true for small- and mid-size businesses (SMBs) that often operate with thinner margins than their larger enterprise counterparts. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions can help SMBs reduce their operating costs and improve the effectiveness of their operations.
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More Productivity

How to send large files easily and securely on the internet has long been a challenge for professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industries. Even the most secure ftp file share solutions can be unreliable and cumbersome, with limited capacity for tracking user updates. Using an SAAS (software as a service) productivity tool can solve file management problems on every level.

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SaaS Benefits

The key benefits of SaaS are:

• faster software deployment;

• no additional hardware;

• no increased staffing requirements;

• greater reliability;

• greater security;

• higher productivity at a lower cost;

• greater flexibility in scaling software to meet changing business needs.

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SaaS Primer

What is Software as a Service?

Basically SaaS is a software deployment model in which an application is delivered and managed as a service by a vendor such as DataHive to meet the needs of multiple customers simultaneously.

SaaS solutions are delivered via a network, most often the Internet. They are priced on a subscription service basis, often based on the number of users.

Subscribing to SaaS applications means customers no longer carry the burden of getting and keeping an enterprise application up and running. The burden is shifted to the vendor such as DataHive. Customers can utilize the software functionality without having to deploy and manage the software themselves. As well, customers can eliminate the added costs and complexities of deploying additional hardware and software, or dedicating additional staff resources to support the enterprise application on an ongoing basis.

Subscribing to SaaS applications enables every customer to benefit from the latest technological features without the disruptions and costs associated with software updates and upgrades.

Why is SaaS Becoming Popular?

A mix of market trends is propelling businesses to look at SaaS alternatives to traditional, on-premise software applications. These trends include:

  • the evolving competitive landscape
  • the changing requirements of the workplace
  • the fluctuating economic and ecological situations.

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