Software As a Service Model Consulting

As they continue to use outsourced models for automating crucial business activities, more and more firms nowadays choose to work on a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) model. Cost and customizations, with features that are simply enabled or removed as per convenience, are the obvious advantages and benefits.

How software is purchased, used, and paid for is changing fundamentally thanks to software-as-a-service?

How software is purchased, used, and paid for is changing fundamentally thanks to software-as-a-service?

New SaaS models and services are expanding the SaaS concept’s use beyond the functionality and deployment of first-generation applications to mission-critical business processes for both large and small businesses.

The following have been identified as strong business factors that make SaaS distribution an attractive alternative to the conventional licensed-based product or application delivery.


Lesser cost ownership of software


Flexibility to adjust usage obligations as business conditions change


Business reasons that are financially compelling


Rapid rollouts


Higher rate of return on investment (ROI)

Software as a Service Delivery

Software as a Service Delivery

There are two main types of software as a service delivery


Business-related services accessible to all sizes of businesses and organisations

Large-scale, fully-customizable business solutions known as line-of-business services are frequently used to streamline operations in areas like finance, supply-chain management, and customer interactions. Customers are often charged monthly subscription fees for these services.


Publically available consumer-focused services

Although they are frequently free and financed by advertising, consumer-focused services are occasionally marketed on a subscription basis. No matter if the focus is on business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C), Creative Web Mall India is aware of the challenges involved in creating and delivering Software as a Service (SaaS) in a multi-vendor environment. Software companies must change their ways of thinking in order to transition from providing on-premise to software as a service.

Three Aspects of SaaS Consulting

Three Aspects of SaaS Consulting

The following three aspects of SaaS consulting are interrelated

Consulting for business models

Selling SaaS is similar to pitching a new model of engagement; it is comparable to selling downloadable music or phone ringtones. A customer should be able to visit the website, subscribe to the service, pay with a credit card, personalize the service, and start using it all without the vendor’s assistance.
This doesn’t mean displacing a more individualized approach, since it could be required for larger clients with more complex requirements, but it is basically about usability.

One or more of the following could change the business model

Reallocating responsibility for the technology infrastructure and management—that is, hardware and professional services—from the business to the supplier – Transferring the “ownership” of the software from internal teams to an external provider.

  • Using economies of scale and expertise to lower the cost of providing software services.
  • Aiming to attract smaller companies by lowering the minimum price at which software may be offered.
  • It takes a mental shift on the part of the provider and the company to realize the benefits of SaaS.
  • The provider must assist them in making this change.

The SaaS business consulting team at Creative Web Solutions can assist you in developing creative business models and teaching clients on how to change their delivery and business models.

Consulting for SaaS application architecture

  • Scalable, secure, multi-renter-efficient, and adaptable are all characteristics of a well-designed SaaS application.
  • Scalability: This entails boosting concurrency and making better use of application resources.
  • Multi-renter: This architecture maximizes resource sharing among renters while maintaining the ability to distinguish between data from various clients.
  • Multi-renter: This architecture maximizes resource sharing among renters while maintaining the ability to distinguish between data from various clients.
  • Setup: SaaS application architecture must make sure that consumers may easily configure apps without incurring additional development or operating costs for each configuration.
  • Security: Due to the nature of SaaS, application architects and customers alike place high importance on security.

We have a thorough understanding of these application design factors and can provide crucial architectural trade-off advice that may have long-term effects on both business and technological scalability. Using our expertise, we have designed and implemented Software as a Service (SaaS) applications for clients all over the world. Our specialist architects’ identification of best practices has assisted customers in designing and deploying solid service-oriented solutions.

You can check out how Creative Web Mall India provided consulting services for the business model and architecture as well as application development and deployment in the case study section on the SaaS-based ERP System.

To learn more about how our SaaS consulting and enablement services can benefit your company.