Software as a Service (SaaS)

The Shift to SaaS: A High-Value Opportunity for ISVs

Provided by Microsoft

Category Software as a Service (SaaS)

Type White Paper

Length 18

Publish Date June 26 2017

Date posted October 13 2017

Overview

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provides ISVs with the opportunity to transform their business, allowing them to deliver greater value and better software to a broader range of customers whilst simultaneously streamlining operations. However, with most ISVs still using a traditional deployment model, a number of technical challenges have arisen from the need to migrate on-premise software to a SaaS model in order to meet changing market demands. This paper outlines the benefits and challenges ISVs face transitioning to a SaaS model and outlines best practices eliminate potential pain points from the migration process.

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