The SaaS model runs some of the biggest enterprises in the world. Salesforce and Oracle are SaaS-based. Why do enterprises continue to develop SaaS applications? Because it’s the best way to develop software that’s flexible enough to serve millions of people simultaneously.

From innovative startups like Basecamp to industry behemoths such as Oracle, SaaS platforms are the new standard of how business gets done. Why? SaaS is easily upgradeable, extremely scalable, and can be accessed on any device, anytime, anywhere.

Icreon builds scalable, secure SaaS platforms that allow businesses the flexibility to quickly scale up or down based on the demands of users. SaaS is the new standard. Will you adapt?

The Basics

  • Accessibility

    With SaaS applications existing in the cloud, it’s easy for any user in any location to access the functionalities and features of the platform.

  • Single Sign-on

    SaaS apps can use social media accounts like Facebook & Twitter to let users log-in, eliminating the need for users to create multiple accounts.

  • Scalability

    With SaaS existing on the cloud, its flexibility allows for an easy scale up down based on the demand of its users.

The Not So Obvious

  • Business First

    Cloud and web-based technologies are being adopted by businesses and enterprises across the globe. Companies like Intuit, Salesforce, and Oracle are engineering software to target corporations for maximum profitability. Will you?

  • Easy Upgrades

    With a SaaS model it’s easy to create tiered levels of subscription, taking existing customers and guiding them further into the product, and into more features.

  • Seamless Integration

    Whether it’s your CRM, ERP, or numerous other software – SaaS can seamlessly integrate with any platform to provide more accurate data.

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