Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Are you concerned that you can’t afford a world-class SLM solution? Not sure what Cloud-computing means to you and your organization?
Cloud-based solutions, also known as SaaS (Software as a Service) or on-demand, have become the darling of the software industry for vendor and user alike. The promise of shorter implementation times, lower up-front costs, subscription-based payments and lower TCO for the user, combined with shorter, less costly development cycles and simplified updates/maintenance for the vendor, have everyone jumping on the bandwagon.
Google.com and Yahoo.com are examples of software available exclusively through the cloud, and Salesforce.com is largely credited with popularizing the cloud deployment model for business applications. Nowadays cloud-based software is available in almost every category of business.
According to a Gartner Group estimate, SaaS sales in 2010 have reached $10B, and are projected to increase to $12.1b in 2011, up 20.7% from 2010. Gartner Group estimates that SaaS revenue will be more than double its 2010 numbers by 2015 and reach a projected $21.3B.
Aravo leverages a multi-tenant SaaS platform which offers our customers extreme flexibility, scalability, and rapid time to benefit through ease of deployment. SaaS eliminates the need for upfront IT infrastructure and software license investments, and ensures rapid access to new functionality for your users. With a subscription-based model, you pay for the resources you need when you need them.
TCO of Cloud-based Solutions vs. On-Premise
Aravo can help
Aravo has helped many companies across industries deploy our industry-leading cloud-based SLM solution suite resulting in rapid time to value and low total cost of ownership. For more information, please click on one of the choices in the Learn More box to the right.
"Aravo provides GE with a universally accessible application for the management of critical information around our supply base. It allows us to syndicate the information to our various systems so that we can have one common worldview of what's going on with all of our suppliers.
We are confident that the ROI is not just positive but it's massively positive. "
Brad Sweeney, Corporate Initiatives Group, GE Global Procurement