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SaaS makes good on many of its promises of fast implementation and cost-savings. However, it is not the right answer for every tech project. This checklist will help you weigh the pros and cons.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is rapidly gaining popularity as an alternative to on-premise software. The key advantages that SaaS claims to offer are lower cost, fast implementation, less hassle and less risk. For all these benefits, SaaS should not be an automatic choice for anyorganization of any size. What follows is a checklist of the important factors you should evaluate before jumping on the SaaS bandwagon.
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