Cloud Software for Small to Medium Sized Business.

April 2022

The adoption of digital technologies is widespread at the consumer level, for example you have probably used your smartphone to order food, manage your bank account and shop online. It is worth noting many of these activities require a good deal of compliance and security from the providers. Adapting to this use of technology has happened relatively quickly and the world is still in living in a digital revolution.

Companies are however slower to adopt and change their systems. For maintenance it could be the same spreadsheet or same whiteboard that has been in place for many years that is still how things are done today.

What is Cloud Software?

Software as a Service (SaaS) is any software application that is provided through a subscription plan and typically delivered using a web browser and/or a mobile device. The provider of the software hosts the application and users access the software by logging in through a web browser or their mobile device. This brings many benefits to the user;

Benefits of Cloud Software.
Downsides of Cloud Software.
Cloud Software for Small to Medium Sized Companies (SMEs)

Cloud software is particularly relevant to SMEs who don not have any internal IT staff and have simple on-site infrastructure. Avoiding the headaches of an on-premise system, SMEs can quickly adopt to business needs by utilising the right software and quickly deploying it. Making the right choice can be difficult with so many vendors offering solutions, but this is not unique to cloud software. The best way to make your decision to adopt cloud software is to sign up for a trial, demonstrate its benefits internally, share it with your team to get all the inputs and buy-in needed to make a new software deployment successful.