SaaS and Cloud Computing Enablement


If you are considering delivering applications on the cloud, developing SAAS applications or integrating SaaS features in to an existing product, you can leverage on Cognatica capabilities to accelerate the success of your venture.

  • Cognatica  has deep expertise in designing and developing SaaS applications and can enable you to achieve SaaS faster through a Framework that is designed to meet complex needs of the Could model.
  • A key factor of SaaS delivery success is the right pricing model. We will help you define billing rules and collaborate with you to come up with right pricing methodology.
  • Unlike the traditional software with a multi-instance architecture, SaaS embodies a Multitenant, single instance architecture. If you are looking to take your existing product to the Cloud model, our experts will collaborate with you and offer consultancy in developing a strong architecture.
  • Engage our team to develop your applications – Our Framework will cut down development time and we will bring in best practices and domain know-how to ensure a stable application.

Cloud Computing is predicted and is showing very clear signs of becoming the preferred model of computing in the not too distant future. Gartner predicts that Cloud Computing will be as influential as e-business.

A popular aspect of the Cloud model is the availability of Software as a Service (SaaS).

  • The ability to use Software without costly licensing fees
  • No additional hardware requirements
  • Automatic product updates
  • Pay-as-you-go models

These have been some of the reasons behind the SaaS success.

Watch your step
With all the hype around building Cloud apps and offering Software as a Service, companies are rushing in to join the race to reach the clouds. Yet there are several pitfalls that SaaS operators should be mindful. Some of the critical aspects that need to be considered for successful SaaS implementation include:

  • Developing a robust architecture with multi-tenent, scalable functionality or, re-architecting existing applications to leverage on the full capabilities of the Cloud model.
  • Defining pricing and billing rules to suit the ‘pay-as-you-go’ model
  • Seamless implementation of new features, patches and bug fixes
  • Integration with other applications through a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

Click here to learn more about how to make your product a SaaS enabled application.