7 best practices for mapping your SaaS migration

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There are many reasons for the growth in popularity of SaaS migration (alternatively known as SaaSification or SaaSifying) of products and services. There are examples cropping up across most industries in response to the current economic climate. It’s become clear that the ability to respond and pivot strategically is a crucial element of success in today’s world.

Because of this shift, many companies try to map a route to offering SaaS either in addition to their current services or as an add-on. Whichever camp you fall into, it’s critical that you steer clear of cookie-cutter templates. SaaSification is so much more than simply adopting a new pricing strategy or implementing some pricing page psychological hacks. It’s a cultural shift as much as a financial transformation and will impact every corner of your business.

Here are 7 guidelines for building a custom SaaS migration journey:

  1. Fully weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of SaaS migration
  2. Research SaaS migration models and choose the one that’s best for your customers
  3. Survey customers and conduct market research before deciding on pricing models
  4. Change new parameters for success and establish KPIs based on these
  5. Invest in change management to ensure a smooth transition for your team
  6. Use SaaS tools and services wherever possible to gain insights and help scale
  7. Enable integration of your solution with other solutions

Find out more about each of these guidelines, read our full blog on how to build a SaaS migration roadmap with 7 best practices which breaks down each one to better help you understand the next steps.

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