Frequently Asked Questions
A method of distributing programmes via the Internet as a service is known as software as a service (or SaaS). You may avoid complicated software and hardware maintenance by just accessing software via the Internet rather than installing and maintaining it.
Traditional software is progressively being replaced by SaaS.
Let’s use an illustration to try to comprehend it.
Consider a bank that requires a CRM application. The Bank has two alternatives:
1. Banks have two options for purchasing CRM: they may purchase pre-made CRM or have it constructed by outsourcing businesses. The bank must invest upfront in both solutions in addition to ongoing costs for maintaining and updating the application.
2. The bank can purchase the CRM programme from a SaaS provider, who will host it and handle all maintenance, updates, and security issues. The number of active users of the CRM programme determines the monthly membership charge that the bank must pay.
The second example, which provides even greater flexibility and cost savings, is a SaaS example.