Check your SaaS pulse

Useful SaaS spending data from IBM. They see SaaS spending growing at 20% per year, reaching $46B globally by 2017

IBM Center for Applied Insights

The Software as a Service train has left the station, and there’s no slowing it down: global spending on SaaS isforecasted to grow at a CAGR of 20.2% in 2012-2017, reaching US$45.6 billion by 2017.

The IBM Center for Applied Insights recently released the reportChampions of Software as a Service: How SaaS is fueling powerful competitive advantage, based on a global study of 879 IT and line-of-business (LOB) SaaS decision-makers.   Most organizations start their SaaS journey seeking lower total cost of ownership – it’s the #1 driver for SaaS adoption, and 41% of them are achieving it to a high degree. However, the research reveals that competitive advantage is an even bigger outcome, with 47% of enterprises achieving it.

The study examined Saas “Pacesetters” – those organizations that have adopted SaaS most widely and are gaining competitive advantage through their initiatives – to see what sets them apart.   These leading organizations realize  better enterprise efficiency with SaaS, but they also achieve…

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