Software applications are omnipresent in the constantly changing business environment. They help track progress, train the workforce and even help build the infrastructure for the enterprises. In recent times, businesses have turned to Software as a service (SaaS) model which is used by the enterprises to build applications for their customers.
SaaS provides the ease of operation from the business to consumer point of view. It offers flexible deliverables keeping the multiple dimensions of the customer demands in perspective. More and more organisations are adopting SaaS models as this service is stable and customisable. Features can be installed or disables from the customer's portfolio as per requirements. The services are also cost effective as everything comes from a common source which helps the company reduce its implementation time.