Parallels

Parallels

SaaS is described as software applications deployed as a hosted service and accessed over the Internet via a standard web browser. This can include basic IIS or Apache software, but typically Software as a Service means delivering business applications, including collaboration software and line-of-business applications, to companies that require them to run their business.

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SaaS is described as software applications deployed as a hosted service and accessed over the Internet via a standard web browser. This can include basic IIS or Apache software, but typically Software as a Service means delivering business applications, including collaboration software and line-of-business applications, to companies that require them to run their business. The SaaS model, and the SaaS Ecosystem that Parallels is helping to build, provides a new way for Service Providers, ISVs, and end-user customers to interact in a way that will drive additional demand for software applications.

Software as a Service

In the Software as a Service model above, customers (end-users) subscribe to applications versus purchasing them, typically on a per-month basis. In this pay-as-you-go method, customers are afforded a flexible, low-cost, no-hassle model so they can concentrate on running their core business rather than spending capital to purchase applications and time/resources on software patches and updates. Hosting Providers and ISVs revenue-share the resulting subscription fee paid by the end-user customer.

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