Use SaaS to lower the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Using SaaS (Software as a Service) products saves you from spending resources re-inventing the wheel, it reduces the cost of management, reduces time-to-market, and enables your team to focus on your core differentiators. If it is available to buy or rent, then don't spend your competitive advantage on rebuilding it.

Here are some of the benefits of using SaaS instead of building software in-house:

  • Lower upfront costs: SaaS is a subscription-based model, which means that businesses only pay for the software they use. This can save businesses a significant amount of money upfront.
  • Reduced maintenance and support costs: SaaS vendors are responsible for maintaining and supporting the software. This can save businesses a significant amount of money on IT staff and resources.
  • Continuous updates and upgrades: SaaS vendors are constantly updating and upgrading their software. This means that businesses always have access to the latest features and security patches.
  • Scalability: SaaS is a scalable solution, which means that businesses can easily add or remove users as needed. This can save businesses money on hardware and IT resources.
  • Removes the risk of unknown unknowns: In every software platform use case, there are common issues that every team hits when developing the features for the first time. By using SaaS you avoid this, as these issues have already been solved.

Overall, SaaS can be a more cost-effective and efficient solution for businesses than building software in-house.