SaaS gets its due recognition


HR on Cloud

It was refreshing to see the perspective of a leading monthly magazine DARE which talked about SaaS as away to lower IT costs. Makes me proud since we were covered as one of the top provider in HR blogger. You can read about the article and even view the coverage here.

And to begin with, we faced our set of challenges too. Many companies are skeptical about security of data, continuous availability of Internet, bandwidth limitations, etc. but many have hopped across to try the new business model. Google’s soaring profits are a testimonial to this.

While reviewing my list of clients in India, I was surprised to see that almost 75% of our customers had adopted the SaaS way of doing things. And most of these companies are not really small. The smallest is about 30 employees (who are using us to manage their sales force) and the largest has over 3,500 employees using our system.

Continue to look here for a detailed cost-benefit-analysis of using the SaaS model vs. an outright purchase of software.==============

TAGS: Employee Performance Evaluation, HR Software, HRIS, HRMS, Human Resources Systems, Software as a service, Software as a service applications

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