Quest Software SaaS Case Study

Check out this new case study on Quest Software’s transition from being a licensed software company to a SaaS firm. You have to have Gartner registration to access it, but if you do you can find the case study at www.gartner.com.

Quest moved to a SaaS-based log management offering. Their SaaS case study shows how significant the impact of moving to SaaS can be across the entire software business.

If you can’t access the Gartner case study, Microsoft also published their own case study about Quest Software’s move to SaaS earlier this year.

They’re both worth a read, if you’re a software company considering the move to a Cloud solution. For additional reading, check out this article about the important considerations when moving to a SaaS business model.

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2 Responses to “Quest Software SaaS Case Study”


  1. 1 Lynn Pierson February 12, 2011 at 12:53 am

    Hi I love the way you keep readers up to speed on SaaS and software. I thought you might enjoy reading my post on my blog at: <a href="www.SoftwareSalesTips.com"www.SoftwareSalesTips.com – my post is about my experience managing the sales force at WebTrends and how an industry leader can quickly be overtaken by a nimble and well-funded SaaS competitor. You can read the article here: SaaS = Explosive Growth, Profits and Customer Satisfaction

  2. 2 jlc February 12, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    Lynn,

    Thanks for sharing the WebTrends case study. It was interesting to read about the benefits you saw from the move to SaaS.

    Joanna


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