The secret behind the success of a certain software solution or process lies on its implementation. Just like in the world of Software as a Service (SaaS). It is in the hands of the SaaS provider on how to automate the processes and methodologies needed in carrying out business operations. This is the reason why more and more companies are considering in subscribing to a SaaS provider and see the difference it can create as compared to on-premise solutions. Some of these variations in terms of service and implementation are enumerated below:
(a) Financial differences. Yes it is known to all that on-premise solutions produce more revenues than SaaS applications. This is also due to the fact that it takes lesser cost to produce SaaS applications. There is no need for any additional hardware and software tools to maintain and operate business functions when you are subscribed to a SaaS provider.
(b) Development differences. The development process behind SaaS providers is instant since they immediately see what actually is working well and what is not.
(c) Technical differences. This is very obvious since SaaS is designed for multi-tenancy. This means that a single application program can be accessed by several users in an instant through the web browser that runs an internet connection while keeping every data transmitted secure and protected.
(d) Marketing differences. SaaS providers allow free trial uses to their prospective clients. Usually, customers have 30 days to decide if they want to keep the SaaS service or not. Subscription to SaaS vendors are mostly done online that often focus on marketing gratification.