SAAS

Software as a service (SaaS) is a way of delivering applications over the Internet—as a service. Instead of installing and maintaining software, you simply access it via the Internet, freeing yourself from complex software and hardware management.. SaaS applications are sometimes called Web-based software, on-demand software or hosted software. Whatever the name, SaaS applications run on a SaaS provider’s servers. The provider manages access to the application, including security, availability and performance.

SaaS: the payoff

SaaS customers have no hardware or software to buy, install, maintain or update. Access to applications is easy: You just need an Internet connection.

Multitenant architecture

A multitenant architecture, in which all users and applications share a single, common infrastructure and code base that is centrally maintained. Because SaaS vendor clients are all on the same infrastructure and code base, vendors can innovate more quickly and save the valuable development time previously spent on maintaining numerous versions of outdated code.

Easy customization

The ability for each user to easily customize applications to fit their business processes without affecting the common infrastructure. Because of the way SaaS is architected, these customizations are unique to each company or user and are always preserved through upgrades. That means SaaS providers can make upgrades more often, with less customer risk and much lower adoption cost.

Better access

Improved access to data from any networked device while making it easier to manage privileges, monitor data use, and ensure everyone sees the same information at the same time.

SaaS harnesses the consumer web

Anyone familiar with Amazon.com or My Yahoo! will be familiar with the Web interface of typical SaaS applications. With the SaaS model, you can customize with point-and-click ease, making the weeks or months it takes to update traditional business software seem hopelessly old fashioned.

SaaS trends

Organizations are now developing SaaS integration platforms (or SIPs) for building additional SaaS applications. The consulting firm Saugatuck Technology calls this the “third wave” in software adoption: when SaaS moves beyond standalone software functionality to become a platform for mission-critical applications.

Welcome to Guideline

Guideline is a global technology corporation specializing in IT project management, Software solutions & training , Networking, web applications, Digital Marketing and IT Retailing. Since its inception in 1998, Guideline has successfully delivered solutions of high quality to clients around the world. We have partnered with customer to help them gain a competitive advantage by providing end to end consultancy, application support, implementation and infrastructure series.

Vision


To grow into a corporate with multi divisional companies and multi products having international presence.

Mission

To provide Quality, Innovative and Reliable solutions for various enterprises through the genuine application of Information technology