Software as a Service (SaaS)

What is Software as a Service (SaaS)?

 

‘Software as a Service’, abbreviated as ‘SaaS’ is a software delivery model in which the software itself is provided for usage via a cloud-based central server, and the end user pays for the services using a subscription model.

 

The software is usually accessed via any web browser using the required credentials. Hence, it is easy for the user to access it as they simply require a web browser and internet connectivity. The nuances of the software and its working are completely abstracted from the end user.

 

As there is no requirement on the part of the company using the services to buy any sort of hardware or maintain them, it lowers the cost incurred by them drastically. Hence, companies are opting for cloud-based SaaS software. With the increased accessibility of the internet even in remote locations, SaaS has become the preferred model for all kinds of businesses.

More HR Terms

Dead-end Job

What is Dead-end Job ? A ‘Dead-end Job’ is the kind of job position wherein the employee has limited to no scope of promotion. Dead-end

Bureaucratic Inertia

What is Bureaucratic Inertia ?    A company is said to attain ‘Bureaucratic Inertia’ when its core working principles shift from overall growth to maintenance

Blind Job Advert

What is Blind Job Advert ?   A ‘Blind Job Advert’ is a kind of job advertisement in which the advertising party doesn’t disclose their

Contact Us

Contact Us

We use cookies on our website to provide you with the best experience.
Take a look at our ‘privacy policy’