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Old 08-16-2012, 03:49 AM   #1
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Question What Applications are best suited for SaaS

We all know about CRM, Document and Content Management, and Accounting/ERP, but what other applications are best suited for delivery as Software as a Service (SaaS)?
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Managed or unmanaged?
  1. Fault Tolerance Tools
  2. Resource Monitoring
  3. Storage
  4. Custom OSs!
the revenue stream is nearly endless.

We, at use "Grid Computing" platforms under our SaaS but we target a very specialized clientele.
Our latest offering is at and those are just the uForget templates, I'll make anything you like.

Good Luck.


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