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Posts Tagged ‘Software as a Service’

How to Future-Proof Your Digital Strategy with SaaS E-Commerce

The advent and evolution of new technologies is showing no sign of deceleration. The pace of innovation is only quickening, and —based on the evidence we’ve seen so far— more advanced technologies can only mean one thing: more disruption. Modern technology is changing the way we do everything, from how we spend our free time […]

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Podcast: Dynamics GP in Multi-Tenant Cloud

Some enterprise resource planning (ERP) products are only available as software-as-a-service (SaaS), hosted in multi-tenant cloud environments where multiple end user companies share the same instance of the software. Microsoft Dynamics® GP on multi-tenant cloud is available, but the venerable software product will probably always be available on-premise, through a perpetual license. That means you […]

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Cut Down On IT Spending by Using Software as a Service

We all know that the economy is not in the best shape. Some companies are forced to downsize due to insufficient revenue in these times. Anywhere that they can cut cost is a benefit to them, that’s why many companies are now deciding to use Saas(Software as a service). Just because a company may be […]

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Are You Really Considering Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) When Evaluating Software as a Service (SaaS)?

These days, everyone is throwing around buzz words like “Software as a Service” or “Hosted” or “Cloud”, but how do I really go about calculating the total cost of the solution and whether to choose “the Cloud” or on-premise (traditional) solutions? There are a number of cost figures to include : 1.       License fee 2.       […]

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Surprising Momentum from Companies in Bankruptcy

We have seen a surprising increase in business from companies that are operating under the protection of the U.S. bankruptcy code.  This seems like a paradox, but what we’re hearing from our new clients is the following: Subscription pricing allows for a minimal upfront investment in business systems Hosted business systems require no additional systems […]

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Is Software as a Service the Best Fit for Your Organization?

Plenty of software companies tell you that Software as a Service (SaaS) is the only way of the future.   But is that really true?  How can you decide whether to get in the game or stay on the sidelines?  Stepping back to take a clear look at your business needs can help you answer that […]

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Thinking About Software As A Solution (SaaS)?

In a recent (2009) conference, hosted by Computerworld, it became clear that SaaS is now mainstream.  To quote some of the attendees: “SaaS adoption has moved past the ‘tipping point’” “A new ecosystem is forming around Cloud computing that will transform the IT sector.” “SaaS is not an optional disruptive technology.” “Cloud, SaaS and Mobility […]

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Putting SaaS to Work in Your Business

Everyone can recall horror stories about mishaps that occur when workers aren’t on the same page, collaborating effectively to keep business running smoothly and productively.  But, should collaboration break down the consequences can be serious. Efficient collaboration is rarely simple and it can take many forms. Some needs are internally focused, for instance, keeping employees […]

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Manage Bill Payment and Receivables in the Cloud with Dynamics GP and InvoiceCloud

Large consumer enterprises like AT&T and American Express adopted e-billing and online payment years ago to better serve changing customer preferences.  Many small and medium size companies think that supporting secure payment and bill paying options is still too complicated or too expensive to implement.  Fortunately, there are affordable options available today that allow any […]

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What does Software Plus Services really mean?

Anyone researching ERP software today is likely to come across the term "Software As A Service" (SAAS). While enthusiastic about the concept, Microsoft has chosen to take a different approach by using the term "Software Plus Services".

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