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Saas— software as a service
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Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
Saas— software as a service
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Saas— software as a service

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  • 1. SAAS— Software as a Service
    By: Xinya(Isabella) Zhao
    Jianhua(Ailsa) Cui
    Xiaoyi(Minnie) Li
    LeeAnnKeating
  • 2. Introduction
    — The Philosophy of SAAS
  • 3. What is it?
    SAAS stands for Software as a Service
    It is commonly referred to as the Application Service Provider (ASP) model
    In general, Software As A Service meaning delivering software over the internet
    Its biggest feature is that it is generally sold on demand
    Its ability to simplify deployment and and reduce customer acquisition costs
    SAAS is also often associated with a "pay as you go" subscription licensing model
  • 4. Traditional
    SAAS
  • 5. Key Characteristics of SAAS
    Available via the web
    Product support, maintenance, enhancement and deployment are managed centrally by the Vendor
    Deployment model is  one-to-many in terms of feature-sets
    Pricing is kept as simple as possible
    Many SAAS products can be ordered, immediately deployed and paid for online 
    Due to the Vendor requirement to "package" these products and make them "self-supporting", the offering is forced to be well thought out and simple from an end user's perspective
    First-line end user support is often not provided at all, or provided through online community forums, wikis and help documentation. Interfaces are thus developed to be extremely intuitive and self-supporting
  • 6. Great SAAS Businesses Do…
    They charge for their services
    They foster and maintain trust
    They evangelize their value
    They segment and understand their market
    They understand buying behaviour and the current status of SAAS
    They understand that they are selling a service, not software
    They improve continuously
  • 7. The Evolution of SAAS
  • 8. The History of SAAS
    • Idea was born in late 90s to save cost
    • 9. Early example: SiteEasy
    • 10. Efficient & Effective new way of ultilizing new technology
  • So, where are we now?
    Lower start-up cost
    Faster return on investment
    Key component of
    business systems
    revolution
    Feasible
    Conceivable
  • 11. The Future of SAAS
    Multiple solutions on client demand
    Easy-using as a
    hot-spot
    All corporate
    environments
    friendly
    Focusing on people
  • 12. The Use of SAAS
  • 13. SAAS Delivery Model
    The provider is responsible for the implementation of all pre-, post-maintenance and other services, companies need to purchase hardware and software, construction, computer room, IT recruitment personnel, just one-time pre-paid fees and regular implementation of the project software rental service fee, you can access through the Internet information system.
  • 14. The Reasons of Using SAAS
    • Less Risk Taken
    • 15. 30-day trial
    • 16. Individual Service
    • 17. Fewer upfront cost
    • 18. Pay as you go
    • 19. Deployment is rapid
    • 20. When you are ready, SaaS is ready as well
    • 21. Greater Utilisation
    • 22. Widely used
    • 23. Greater Utilisation gained
    • 24. Better Reliability and Security
    • 25. Fewer service disruptions
    • 26. Fewer security breaches
  • The Advantages of SAAS
    The Disadvantages of SAAS
    Business need not equipped with IT expertise and technical personnel.
    Less investment.
    The way companies hire to conduct logistics business management, does not require special maintenance and management
    SaaS is operated through browser, which may not very convenient comparing installed software.
    The user account may be stolen, then important information will be lost.
    The provider is going to have and be storing the business data
  • 27. Conclusion
    SAAS is a success
    Advances in technology
    Customer care
    Offering a service over a product
    www.SAAS.com
  • 28. Thank You for Your Time!

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