Software as a service (SaaS) software distribution models are extremely popular. There are several reasons: they’re more cost-effective than purchasing copies of software for employees; they allow companies to access software on-demand without taking up system resources; they update with greater speed and ease than traditional software, and their software distributions can occur immediately and simultaneously.
Nearly all leading enterprises incorporate SaaS into their operating strategies. The popularity of this solution goes hand-in-hand with that of cloud computing, as SaaS can be considered one facet of that larger movement. As businesses rely more on software that exists in the cloud, and that can be accessed anytime, anywhere, cloud computing and SaaS will become integral to the way modern companies operate.