SaaS Challenges

Business Driven Architecture for SaaS

Do you know that a very small percentage of SaaS businesses are profitable, including those that have been in the market since the SaaS model began? Let’s pick the giant in SaaS business – Salesforce.com.…

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Is Profitability a Myth in SaaS Model?

Whether software vendors like it or not, today they don’t have a choice other than providing atleast one version of their software in a subscription based SaaS model. One single major concern from Independent Software…

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Benchmarking SaaS Maturity (Part 3) – Security Assessment

This is the 3rd part of the blog series discussing on benchmarking the maturity of a SaaS solution. Click the following links to see the earlier parts – part 1 and part 2. In this blog let’s look at…

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Common Sense Approach to Building SaaS Application

If you have decided to develop a SaaS application, the main focus is to build your domain functionalities and take your MVP(minimal viable product) to market. It is not easy though to build a SaaS…

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Let your SaaS Application “REST” in peace

While building a SaaS application, it’s extremely important to support other gateways to access the application features. In today’s world the number of devices that can access your SaaS application is only growing by the…

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Benchmarking SaaS Maturity (Part 2) – Architecture Assessment

In continuation to my earlier blog on benchmarking the maturity of a SaaS solution where I talked about 4 segments through which one can find the maturity of a SaaS solution. In this blog I am going…

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SaaS Architecture – Past and Present

“SaaS” – once such a disputed topic, has now been widely accepted. The increase in the adoption as well as the new technology innovations such as cloud has significantly helped in the evolution of  SaaS architecture.…

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Journey from Single tenant to multi-tenant model

When ISVs move from an on-premise model to a SaaS model, it is quite common to take the route of Single tenant model. But when they start growing beyond 15 customers is when they start realizing…

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