- It effectively enhances the quality and traceability of information and greatly improve its customer support.
- It eliminates the time wasted on repetitive data entry in several applications by centralizing the data.
- It reduces operating costs by reducing the use of applications on the side desk and server.
- It protects against unauthorized access through a basic structure of highly encrypted data.
- It provides access to data in real time, online or offline, to ALL members of your teams by consolidating information in a collaborative environment safe and confidential.
- A reduction of 10% to 70% of process changes
- A reduction of 50% to 80% of the journals of research projects
- A reduction of 75% to 90% in information retrieval
- A reduction of 15% to 70% of design time
- A reduction of 75% of the time, cost and errors associated with re-keying data from one system to another.
- A 75% reduction in costs related to errors of nomenclature, the latter being created once and then managed consistently between systems.
- A 15% reduction in storage costs related to the creation of new components, thanks to a better understanding of the pieces already exist and can be reused directly in the design.
- A complete PLM solution with functions of GOL, PDM, workflow, document management projects, ...
- A single document repository associated with the items and classifications
- The integration between Design Chain and Supply Chain
- Removing duplicates and multiple arrest of technical data
- The possible access to documents directly from the card section of the ERP
- The collaboration between technical teams
- Traceability and secure access to all data and documents
- Recovery data directly from CAD to ERP
- The accelerated process for managing changes (ECO, ECR, ECN)
- Automatic generation of technical documents, records, Ranges, Etc. ...
SaaS stands for Software as a Service. This is a technology of providing services or software through the Web rather than through a desktop application or client-server. The SaaS concept, emerged in the early 2000s, is promoted to take the place of the Application Service Provider (ASP).
SaaS will offer us a new generation of software, modular and flexible, organized into reusable business services, configurable, accessible via the Web (or simply via the corporate network), while respecting the contract a SLA and QoS.
- SAP (23.8%)
- SAS Institute (14.6%)
- Oracle (14.6%)
- IBM (11.3%)
- Microsoft (7.7%)
- MicroStrategy (3.2%)
- Other (24.7%)
At one time it was thought that a software package integrated with a monolithic view, will meet the needs of the business, and now the leaders of the ERP SAP to Oracle through Miscrosoft we "cram" lectures on the virtues of SaaS, or even launch offers "real" in this model (SAP, ...).
SaaS will offer us a new generation of software, modular and flexible, organized into reusable business services, configurable, accessible via the Web (or simply via the corporate network), while respecting the contract a SLA and QoS. According to the report, emerging platform wars in enterprise software, market size for SaaS could reach 37 Billion dollars over the next 5 years.
The move towards SaaS, according to the report it is unavoidable, the movement is initiated, the race between publishers is launched, is to know (the evil one who can guess ...) how long will it take to settle in scheme Standing and the list of "lucky survivors", and the pretender to the throne. SaaS has significant impact on software vendors, who have a "launch window" limited their offers to migrate to a SaaS model or risk being wiped out by competition from new entrants.
"The road to SaaS", it recalls the ads at the time of passage of the mainframe to client / server two-tier, or the long transition from client / server to n-tier architectures, whether rich client or light, long before the advent of AJAX and mashups then, what will that characterizes this "new version of Paradigm Shift".