Partners - ISV's
SaaS Enabling program
Our SaaS enabling program helps ISV’s to deliver, on a fast and efficient way, your innovative applications On-Demand towards your customers without the complexities and investments inherited to such a solution.
The SaaS enabling Program consists of a technical and Sales/marketing track. Both tracks are essential for a professional, secure and scalable offering towards your customers.
With the SaaS enabling Program you benefit from:
Fast delivery into the SaaS marketspaceOur SaaS enabling program delivers you a fast track towards an On-Demand solution for your innovative applications. Build on our experience and ready-to-use programs, tools and services.
Minimum Startup CostsBuild your SaaS application from day 1 with minimum startup costs, minimize ongoing cost and headcount required to support your solution.
Professional guidance and SupportWith our SaaS enabling program you have access to proven technologies and information which help you accelerating your On-Demand solution into the market.
‘Platform-as-a-Service Infrastructure’Focus on application development, not on Infrastructure. Build on our ‘Platform-as-a-Service’ infrastructure and profit from a high available infrastructure and avoid huge investment and operational costs.
Upselling propositionsMake use of a variety of out-of-the-box On-Demand service offerings allowing you to offer a more complete offer towards your customers and benefit from extra revenue.
Listen to the analysts
According to an IDC press release from Jan. 2009, the SaaS market will expand rather than contract despite the economic crisis. "SaaS services have benefited by the perception that they are tactical fixes which allow for relatively easy expansion during hard times," states SaaS research director Robert Mahowald.
"Nearly 90 percent of organizations surveyed expect to maintain or grow their usage of software as a service (SaaS), citing cost-effectiveness and ease/speed of deployment as primary reasons for adoption," states a Gartner press release from Dec. 2008.