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Software as a service

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  • 1. Guru Murthy Processware Systems
  • 2.
    • Current Challenges
    • Need for Software as a Service (SaaS)
    • Benefits for the industry
      • Case study
    • Deployment challenges
    • Conclusions
  • 3.
    • Significant investments on managing IT resources
    • Hard to retain IT resources in a non-IT organization
    • Increased cost of IT infrastructure maintenance
    • Need to rapidly change business processes due to market conditions
    • Talent Scarcity
  • 4.
    • Enterprises would like to focus on their core areas of business
    • Need applications on demand for carrying out transactions
    • Do not want to spend large amount of Capex
    • Wants to maintain a lean IT department
    • Reduce IT infrastructure footprint inside the organization
  • 5.
    • Provide Core Banking Solution on a SaaS model to Co-operative Banks in Karnataka
    • Banks can derive considerable benefits of core banking without investing on Capital Expenses
    • Data Centre services are provided by IBM
    • Tivoli is used to synchronize data between primary data centre and Disaster recovery centre
    • Removed the need for banks to manage their data (backups, storage, security etc)
    • Ability for banks to perform necessary analytics on the data to get insight into their customers
  • 6.
    • Connectivity – Coverage, Availability & Consistency
    • Operations – Users need to understand the new environment
  • 7.
    • SaaS provides a great deal of flexibility in operations
    • Ability to focus on core areas and outsourcing IT infrastructure management
    • Ability to quickly provide updates to the customer
    • Ease of application support

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