SaaS makes good sense for both small business offices and huge organizations. It provides a common Internet platform for all employees to use the software application. Typically, SaaS applications are also lean on implementation and allow Internet access from anywhere. The benefits of SaaS are widely acknowledged as the platform provides a secured online environment. There is no need for client installation nor complicated software licensing and purchase.
Organizations that have subscribed to SaaS recommend it as the company does not have to incur hefty upfront investment for infrastructure and setup.
This service is flexible and advantageous for companies who may not have the technical resource to manage the servers hardware. The clients usually own the servers hardware and all software installed on the servers.
Clients who opt for this mode of ownership would usually maintain a team of IT personnel who can provide the 1st level of support for end-users.