No matter whether the economic climate is sizzling or frigid, Software as a Service (SaaS) makes strong economic sense for almost all companies. The economic concept behind Software As A Service is that users can deploy productivity tools quickly and cost effectively for less of an investment than traditional premise based solutions that require capital expenditures and internal support resources. In addition, users have the flexibility to pay on a usage basis allowing their monthly investment to mirror actual usage rather than having software licenses sit idle when usage is down. Our business users typically have found it is easier to justify and deploy our service out of their operational budget, where the savings are derived vs. going through a capital expense project. Thus our customers are able to realize their ROI that much faster. Additionally the IT and support headcount expansion that typically accompanies capital projects does not occur with SaaS implementations. eResourcePlanner
operates on a Software as a Service basis because it enables our customers to operate with the most flexibility and in the most cost effective manner possible. With the SaaS model companies are freed from annual maintenance contracts and from performing their own software patch and upgrade installation to stay current with the latest version or to take advantage of new functionality Talk to eResourcePlanner
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