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When picturing the relationship between the enterprise and the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model, imagine an evolutionary process that can be divided into three main stages: "The Comfort Zone," "The Enlightenment," and "The Re-Assessment." Once we examine these, we can then decide on the right course of action when choosing how to adapt to the IT demands of the enterprise. The Comfort Zone First let's look at the enterprise company. Typically it may be a bit strapped for resources and possibly even struggling to find the staff to assign to some of their most mission-critical IT projects in one of their departments. The SaaS business model is now a major trend among enterprise corporations. Most major SaaS players, such as Salesforce.com, provide some form of web-based application functionality. Also known as on-demand, these vendors charge their customer... (more)

RIA and Cloud Computing Apps

We are using software applications more than ever before. As the demand for new capabilities and functions grows, companies strive to provide an adequate response to business needs. The rate of application evolution places an ever-larger burden on the shoulders of software producers, vendors, and even consumers. In addition, much of the costly software used by organizations was not designed to respond to a rapidly changing marketplace or highly dispersed workforce, requiring its substitution or modernization. These challenges and trends have fueled the growth of rich Internet a... (more)

The Three Stages of the Enterprise Software-as-a-Service Relationship

When picturing the relationship between the enterprise and the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model, imagine an evolutionary process that can be divided into three main stages: “The Comfort Zone,” “The Enlightenment,” and “The Re-Assessment.” Once we examine these, we can then decide on the right course of action when choosing how to adapt to the IT demands of the enterprise. The Comfort Zone First let’s look at the enterprise company. Typically it may be a bit strapped for resources and possibly even struggling to find the staff to ... (more)