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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Software As A Service (SAAS) For Small Business

Around five years ago, there were certain communication and collaboration technologies which were available to online large enterprises. Software like MS Exchange, Sharepoint, and Lotus Notes meant setting up dedicated servers, and hiring expert staff to setup and maintain the software and hardware.

Although great benefits followed from such software, they were frustratingly out of the reach of smaller companies because of the large IT budgets required. Small companies usually had a small or no IT department, and constrained budgets.

The software-as-a-service revolution changed that, and allowed smaller companies to access the same software as large companies, over the net, for a reasonable monthly fees, without the need for software or hardware.

HyperOffice was founded in 1998, and was one of the first companies to offer SaaS software to small companies. It was founded with the vision of providing small companies with the same messaging and collaboration technologies available to large enterprises.

HyperOffice Collaboration Suite integrates a large number of tools with one sole purpose - to help teams work better. It includes email, document management, online project management, shared workpaces, shared calendars, contact management, online meetings, wikis, web forms, and do it yourself database applications.

All of HyperOffice's tools are accessible over the internet, and are designed for users who have no technical knowledge whatsoever.

For more information and contact details ….. so you can see for yourself ask any questions you may have … please go to: HyperOffice

1 comment:

Deidra Jow said...

Thanks for your article on email marketing. For those small businesses who are interested in learning more about marketing their company, I’ve included a link below my signature line. There are a lot of relevant articles on that site.

Best,

Deidra
The Microsoft SMB Outreach Team
v-dejiow@microsoft.com

Links:
http://bit.ly/MSsmb
Microsoft Small Business Center