Monday, August 31, 2009

Top 10 pitfalls during SaaS implementation

August 31, 2009 Published by

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Top 10 pitfalls when implementing Software as a Service
Ivanka Menken, Emereo Pty Ltd.

There are quite a few things to consider when choosing to implement Software as a Service (SaaS). Although there are numerous advantages, there are also quite a few distinct pitfalls that can occur during SaaS migration if you don't properly prepare for the procedure. Find out the most common pitfalls that businesses face and ways to avoid them. Organizing a foolproof migration plan can help you generate repeat business with key customers.

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