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1. Revenue planning
The Saas monetisation model is a monthly subscription. So, as a supplier, you can plan and forecast products based on the number of your SaaS application users and the number of services you provide.
2. Manage the size of your business
As your customers' businesses grow, you don't have to worry about making yours grow. The customer can simply adjust the monthly subscription according to requirements. Regardless of the size of your customers’ business, they can always rely on your service since it’s much cheaper and easier than investing in software licences and in-house server capacity.
All your customers need to configure your SaaS application is a device and an Internet login. This simplicity makes SaaS particularly attractive and relieves the provider of unnecessary tasks.
Even if something goes wrong with your servers, your customers can always revert back to previous backups with the backup log and access the information from any device with an Internet connection.
6. Access application data from anywhere.
When data is stored in the cloud, users can access the information from any computer or mobile device connected to the Internet.And when the application data is stored in the cloud, no data is lost in the event of a problem with the computer or device.
We've compared Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure to make it easier for you to find the cloud computing platform that best meets your needs. Each platform delivers a wide range of services and reliability that will make them the market leaders in 2019.
Despite their similarities, Azure and AWS have developed their features independently over time, so they have significant design and implementation differences. Especially in terms of computing resources, analytical capabilities, storage and many other points that will be detailed in the rest of this white paper.
Please feel free to explore these differences in our white paper available for downloading. (FR)