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The SaaS Advantage
More providers of traditional software solutions are moving to software-as-a-service (SaaS) models that meet today’s competitive needs for agility and real-time

saas stock  Online is proving daily, SaaS is not only the logical lean alternative, but there are also added benefits and protections in entrusting your data to our experts. Security How can I be certain my data remains secure from hackers and thieves? A company building a sophisticated infrastructure charged with mission-critical data from a growing number of locations and facilities not only spends a great deal of time building the system, it also spends a great deal of time looking at every way the system could

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saas stock  OneSCM is a multi-tenant SaaS solution with a strong messaging layer, whereas X.PC provided depth in collaborative demand planning, quality assurance (QA), supplier diversity, and control over shipment execution. OneSCM has added the ability to address the growing preference for affordable 'pay-as-you-go' solutions. In the long term, the two SRM product sets are being merged into a single platform, with the best technical and functional features of each. The X.PC offering helps businesses to effectively Read More

RedPrairie Makes a Smart Turn into SaaS WMS


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Is the SaaS Model Right for You?


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