SaaS Implementation Meets Expectations

Doesn’t that just say it all? If not, how about the fact that 79% of companies surveyed are pleased with their SaaS implementation, while only 8% are not. By 2015, SaaS will generate 22.1 Billion in revenue by 2015. There are always anxieties surrounding the adoption of new innovations and technologies. If there are major problems, the outcomes can be disastrous, but if their implementation works, the returns can be huge. Evidently, SaaS is already working for a lot of people and generating a lot of revenue. Operating systems make all the difference. 43% of companies prefer Windows, while 31% find Android suits their needs. Apple’s iOS lags at only 26%. Regardless of how you implement SaaS, the universal benefits are undeniable and the revenue generated is a big pie that you can’t afford to miss out on if you want your business to remain viable and up-to-date.



Sydney Rootman is the Editor and Lead Writer for SaaSAddict. SaaSAddict shares news and information on SaaS, cloud migration and product marketing, in hopes of fostering discussion and interaction with the professional community.