Navigating through SaaS and Cloud Computing Software2012-04-12 11:28:50 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Press Release Technology News)
04/09/2012 // San Jose, CA, USA // firstname.lastname@example.org // Carrie Smith, Sr. Public Relations Manager // (press release)
If you ask anyone about the hottest technology trends of the year, no doubt one of the answers will be SaaS and cloud computing. It’s everywhere – from basic eMail access to sharing pictures, to the security watchdog in your computer. Software as a service or otherwise known as SaaS eliminates running software from your own server. Your data is stored online and the software provider handles updates. Not only does it make sense – it’s cheaper, easier and smarter.
One challenge you will find with this rapidly growing market is navigating the thousands of possible SaaS solutions available. To address this issue, Silicon Valley based, SaaS Markets, has developed Appmerica (www.appmerica.com) and Appclick (www.appclick.co.uk), both online marketplaces hosting over 1,100 SaaS and Cloud Computing applications. Appclick, which is has been launched locally in over 18 countries worldwide and Appmerica, for the US market, are both designed to make finding, trialing and buying a SaaS App for your business, not just easy, but enjoyable.
Madelyn Olack, Application Partner Manager at SaaS Markets said, “Our app store was created with the business user in mind. Just log in, find the business category you are looking for and review the available apps. Watch demonstration videos, review pricing – all in a single site. In addition 95% of our listed apps have a free trial available in order to provide you access and test drive the app before purchasing.”
Once you make the decision to go with SaaS, your options are unlimited. From customer relationship management (CRM) to the latest accounting and payroll tools, you have thousands of options to choose the right software for your business.
After you log in to Appmerica or Appclick and find the perfect business cloud solution, you are just one click away from the SaaS provider’s site. Both App Stores are simple to use and you can navigate through quickly and easily.
Ferdi Roberts, CEO/Founder of SaaS Markets notes: “When we first looked at the SaaS Marketplace we reviewed thousands of applications. Using thorough curation practices, we have arrived at 1,100+ apps that we feel are appropriate for inclusion in our App Stores. Rejecting over 80% of the apps that we have seen means that users of our App Stores find what they want, quickly and easily. Time is money – we save our customers both”.
About SaaS Markets
SaaS Markets, based in San Jose, California and Dublin, Ireland, designs and delivers App Stores for the Software as a Service (SaaS) market. Through relationships with major Financial Institutions, Retail Brands, Technology Companies, Small Business Associations and leading Brands, SaaS Markets is bringing Software as a service to millions of small and medium sized businesses across the globe.
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