Revolutionizing SaaS Industry in Indonesia
SaaS industry in Indonesia has a big potential as most of the people are internet users
Software as a service (SaaS) is a software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. The demands on SaaS is increasing in line with the rapid technological advancements. Gartner, leading research and advisory company, even predicted that the SaaS industry will worth USD143.7 billion in 2022.
SaaS began to surface in 1960, where the computer technology was very expensive, making the middle industry players couldn’t afford computers. A computer scientist John McCarthy predicted that computerization could be transformed into public utility. In other words, cloud computing will become shared computing.
At that time, SaaS started to handle all the things related to CRM, payroll, and other accounting softwares. Over time, the cloud-based software adoption grew exceeding other cloud technologies like Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS).
The implementation of SaaS business models do not require hardware investment. Clients or customers only need an internet connection to implement SaaS, and pay for monthly or annual subscription fees. Other than that, SaaS also offers various benefits compared to conventional service, such as:
SaaS provides notable savings, as it eliminates upfront cost of purchase or installation, and on-going costs like maintenance and upgrades. SaaS can be also accessed through various platforms such as PC, laptop, or even smartphones with different operating systems.
As the services or the products are hosted in the cloud, clients/customers will get their software updated without having to pay additional fees, which also applies for the hardware upgrade. SaaS also offers fantastic flexibility and options. Clients/customers can change their usage plan anywhere, anytime, with little efforts.
On the other hand, SaaS industry in Indonesia has a big growth potential as most of the people here are internet users, and the internet penetration has increased significantly in recent years. Moreover, SaaS also offers better deliverables in terms of quality.
Most of the SaaS companies in Indonesia are working on accounting and human resource management. Meanwhile, we bring something new to the SaaS industry in Indonesia. Not only the SaaS-based workforce management, which is a common thing in other countries, but we also offer computer vision technology solutions through SaaS.
We offer computer vision for both people recognition and vehicle detection through a SaaS platform where users only need to register and make some clicks through their smartphone or computer in a seamless way. They only need to choose their suitable solutions for their needs and we will handle the rest.