The office isn’t just a collection of desks, it’s the center of your business matrix – making the teams work cohesively and effectively, Saas can automate your workflow to save time and money.
Our IT specialists are increasingly in great demand in several areas, one of which is providing software solutions for business in the St. John’s and Metro area.
The development of software solutions to improve business productivity encompasses many different skills and disciplines. Key to these is an awareness of the fast-changing nature of the industry and the ability to keep up with the rapid pace of change.
Our IT consultants work closely with clients to modify existing systems or create new systems. They may modify “off the shelf” software and integrate it into the existing systems. They often work as part of a team our vendors and software providers, so you don’t have to be on hold for 3 hours. Our Professionals are responsible for the requirement specification, system analysis and design, construction, testing, training and implementation, as well as maintenance of a business software system.
The tasks performed by our IT software solution professionals include but not limited to the following:
- Review current system and present ideas for improvement, including cost benefit analysis
- Analyse and specify user requirements
- Produce detailed specifications
- Develop software system for the required solution and test the software solution thoroughly
- Prepare user training materials, train users, and present software solution to users
- Install, implement and maintain the software system
Our team will create a tailor-make custom software solution, supporting your team to function more efficiently and automate your routine office and business activities, as well as training users in using the applications.
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SaaS is a method of software delivery that allows data to be accessed from any device with an Internet connection and web browser. In this web-based model, software vendors host and maintain the servers, databases and code that constitute an application. This is a significant departure from the on-premise software delivery model. First, companies don’t have to invest in extensive hardware to host the software, and this in turn, allows buyers to outsource most of the IT responsibilities typically required to troubleshoot and maintain the software. The SaaS vendor takes care of it all.
In addition to allowing remote access via the web to the software applications and data, SaaS also differs from on-premise software in it’s pricing model. On-premise software is typically purchased through a perpetual license, which means buyers own a license to the software. They also pay 15% to 20% per year in maintenance and support fees. SaaS, on the other hand, allows buyers to pay an annual or monthly subscription fee, which typically includes the software license, support and most other fees. A major benefit of SaaS is being able to spread out costs over time.