SAAS


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Related to SAAS: SAS, sass, PAAS, IAAS
AcronymDefinition
SaaSSoftware as a Service
SaaSStorage as a Service
SAASStudent Awards Agency for Scotland
SAASStandard Army Ammunition System
SAASSouthern Association of Agricultural Scientists
SAASSecretaria de Asuntos Administrativos y de Seguridad (Guatemala)
SAASSchool of Advanced Airpower Studies (advanced PME at Maxwell AFB, AL, USA)
SAASSouth Australian Ambulance Service
SaaSSoldier As A System
SAASSeattle Academy of Arts and Sciences
SAASStudio of Arts and Sciences
SAASSichuan Academy of Agricultural Sciences (China)
SAASSecurity Audit and Analysis System
SAASSalla Allahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam (Arabic: may the blessing and the peace of Allah be upon him)
SAASSprint Advanced Applications Support
SAASStatus Already Assigned (Alcatel)
SAASState Associations of Addictions Services
SAASStand Alone Analysis Shelter/System
SAASSouthend Amateur Angling Society (UK)
SAASSouth Asian Area Studies (University of Bradford)
SAASStand-Alone Analysis Subsystem
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Best SaaS Product for Business Accounting or Finance: Eskers Accounts Receivable automation solution automates the delivery and archiving of customer invoices to ensure painless e-invoicing.
Since SaaS is available by using familiar web browsers, the learning curve tends to be lower and the adoption rate higher.
The study illustrated that 48 per cent of companies are currently using SaaS technology with another 31 per cent planning to use in the next one or two years.
8220;In the next 30 days we will complete the first phase of our global footprint which will see us launching our brand in every major SaaS Market in the world.
A comparison of Gartner SaaS user-survey results from 2008 and 2010 indicate that the percentage of decisions made at the executive level is increasing.
Best of all, the SaaS model enables the customer organization to benefit from the vendor's latest technological features without the disruptions and costs associated with software updates and upgrades (table 1).
SaaS solutions offer the benefits of fast deployment, no software maintenance, system scalability, and no upfront infrastructure investment.
With a SaaS model, the SaaS provider owns, operates and maintains the software and supporting hardware servers, which also reduces the customer's data center floor space and utility requirements.
SaaS provides an alternative approach: essentially, a contact center in the cloud.
This is in line with latest research from Gartner, which forecasts that the SaaS software market globally will grow by 22 per cent to hit a record USD 8 billion in 2009.
But despite some noteworthy SaaS successes, insurers still are slow to demand "on demand.