Best SaaS Companies : Today, companies and public organizations can access all kinds of applications through the cloud from a large number of SaaS providers. These are the top 27 SaaS providers offering services.
It’s perhaps best known for Jira, its issue-tracking app, and Confluence, its team collaboration and ‘wiki’ product.
Adobe is built on a cloud platform, along with service, support, and an open ecosystem.
Payroll vendor ADP offers a suite of human capital management applications for human resources (HR), payroll, and employee benefits. HR services include access to forms and documents, and a feature to create personalized employee handbooks.
Cisco’s SaaS offering, WebEx, is a suite of online meetings, web conferencing, and video conferencing applications, including meetings, training, events, support, and sales.
The DocuSign Agreement Cloud is designed to facilitate business relationships between parties, through contracts and other types of agreements. It includes more than a dozen apps that cover the alliance process, including preparing, signing, performing, and managing agreements.
Eventbrite is a cloud-based event management and ticketing platform that allows users to organize events and sell tickets online for events such as charity programs, music festivals, and conferences.
GitHub, now a subsidiary of Microsoft, offers to host for software development version control using Git, a distributed version control system for tracking changes to source code during software development.
G Suite is Google Cloud’s productivity software offering, made up of apps like Gmail (email), Docs (document creation and sharing), Sheets (spreadsheet creation and sharing), Drive (file storage and synchronization ), and Calendar (time management and scheduling).
This online meeting app supports secure connections through any type of device. GoToMeeting has business messaging features that allow users to chat with others, both inside and outside the company, and instantly jump into a full meeting.
Along with TurboTax and Mint, Intuit offers QuickBooks, an accounting software suite, as a service in the cloud. QuickBooks applications are primarily aimed at small and medium-sized businesses and include features such as customer payment, invoice management and payment, and payroll management.
Jamf Pro is for administrators who can use the software to provision and configure iPhones, iPads, and Macs and automate other device and application management tasks running on Apple operating systems.
Mailchimp offers key components including marketing CRM (customer relationship management).
MathWorks specializes in mathematical calculation software, and one of its main products is MATLAB, which allows users to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models.
Microsoft offers its Office desktop productivity suite in the cloud under the name Office 365. It offers the familiar Office apps, infused with AI-powered features, chat-based collaboration, voice and video meetings, and file integration in Microsoft Teams.
Oracle-owned NetSuite was one of the first SaaS providers, and its cloud services have been used by some 18,000 customers in more than 200 countries,
New Relic One is a software analytics platform that monitors a variety of what the company calls “entities” — applications, services, hosts, instances, containers, databases, and more. — to identify their relationships and dependencies and enable organizations to better understand the context of what matters to their business.
Salesforce is one of the leading CRM platforms, and for many, the product is synonymous with cloud CRM. The offering includes a number of key features. The CRM component, Sales Cloud.
ServiceNow offers an enterprise cloud platform built on a data model that acts as a “single source of truth” for all of an organization’s assets, knowledge base, and business services. The company started with IT service management and IT operations management, but over the years has extended its workflow automation technology beyond IT to other areas of the business.
Shopify Plus is a cloud-based eCommerce platform that allows customers to create online stores and also supports retail POS systems. The company offers online retailers a suite of services including marketing, payments, shipping, and customer engagement.
Slack offers collaboration software that enables teams to work across channels, where they can access the messaging, tools, and files needed to share ideas and content. Channels can be separated by team, project, customer, or other factors.
Sophos offers Intercept X Endpoint, an endpoint security platform that combines technologies such as deep learning and endpoint detection and response, to provide against unknown malware, exploits, and ransomware.
SurveyMonkey, a global survey software company, offers a cloud-based platform that enables users to measure and understand the sentiment of employees, customers, website and app users, and specific markets.
Ultimate Software Group
The HR component connects employees with the information and resources they need, and managers can keep track of all employee human capital management information.
Workday offers a cloud ERP suite that encompasses financial management, human resource management, and business planning. One of the company’s best-known offerings is Workday Human Capital Management (HCM).
Zendesk features include the ability to embed customer support natively on a company’s website with a Web Widget or within a mobile app.
Zoom Video Communications offers cloud-based communications software that combines remote video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. Users can join a conference from virtually anywhere and through any device.
Zuora’s core platform is an order-to-revenue subscription platform designed to make it easy for businesses to manage ongoing relationships with subscribers across their recurring revenue businesses.
Also Read : Teleworking