Why choose a SaaS application?

SaaS has many advantages over other online business models

Do you have a customer based online software-service business? Does your organization’s website enjoy the benefit of subscription-based revenue, scalability, compatibility and ease of rolling out regular updates?

LiteBreeze will build a cloud-based SaaS application for you that is modern and specialized to your specific needs.

SaaS is a software delivery method where applications are hosted remotely and are made available to customers over a network. It is known by different names like web-based software, hosted software, or on-demand software.

Although it is a different approach compared to conventional methods of purchasing software, SaaS can provide extremely notable advantages for business owners.

You can provide your customers with factors like location independence, pay-per-use policy, and multi-platform compatibility. By eliminating problems like frequent software maintenance and incompatibility, SaaS helps your business save money, time, and resources.

Highly experienced SaaS application developers at LiteBreeze have worked on many such international projects including an application for smart delivery route management.

Get in touch with us now to get your unique SaaS-based application developed by experienced experts.

Our Clients

  • Smart delivery is a SaaS application which intelligently plans and optimizes daily delivery lists and routes of delivery firms. The smart delivery system is a complete package which includes the online route planning web application for site admin as well as an iPhone / android app for the drivers.

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  • @spire is a CRM application that integrates with the Sage50 accounting software. It features valuable tools that are not available in Sage. E.g. warehouse stock control, sales forecasting, in-depth analytics etc. @spire and Sage are seamlessly synchronized. @spire is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution.

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Frequently Asked questions

SaaS is a software licensing and delivery model. The software application is delivered over the internet. It is also known by different names like web-based software, hosted software or on-demand software.

It uses a multitenant architecture. All the users and applications use the same code base and infrastructure. This common infrastructure is maintained by the provider.

Using SaaS applications will free you from the hardware/software related issues as it uses the SaaS provider’s server!

A SaaS application offers easy customization to perfectly fit your business needs. You can also get upgrades at a low adoption cost and negligible risks!

Security: A major concern of organizations wanting to move to saas is data security and integrity. The modern architecture of saas application ensures that your data is accessible only to those individuals who intended to access it. 

Reliable hosting: Hosting is done on clouds, which is a network of servers across the world. This increases the reliability of uptime as even if one server is done, another can take its place. 

Uptime monitoring: Another onus of shifting to saas application is, saas application development companies give nearly 99% of uptime. In addition, LiteBreeze provides regular upgrades, security patches, debugging or troubleshooting, and regular backups to help management in case of unexpected downtime.

Selling subscription model: You can sell your services on a subscription-based model earning a recurring revenue either monthly, or yearly. This way the revenue flow remains stable.

Your development cost depends upon the duration of your project which in turn depends on the scale of your project! Typically it takes about $50-250k but can vary across teams and projects. 

While building saas, the costs are not just for the code but for the staff as well. As the viability of a solution that gains revenue as expected depends a lot on its functioning. And only talented, experienced staff can promise such a product. 

The costs also include testing of the product and marketing before release. 

The duration of the project varies depending on the scale of your project. You should have a clear idea of what the end product should be able to perform, the scope of your solution. 

Once you have a clear idea of the solution you want, the time taken can be divided into various categories like the time for developing MVP, time for different sprints (number of sprints depending on the scale of product) and finally time to finally have the product live.

Reason: The basic requirement is to know why you need a saas application. Is it just because you read about it being the next big thing or do you know exactly why you need it. Is it because a competitor has one or have you thought about how exactly it will help your business? 

UX: What experience do you want to provide your clients who use your product?

Scope: What is the goal of this product? Do you want a passive income and or will you work on it till it develops enough and you need not spend time on it?

Target audience: Is it going to be created for your existing clients or are you planning to gain a new target audience with a new business. If new, then who is your target audience?

Scale: Is it just a part of your business or will it become an extension of your business? Is it for local audiences or a national or even international audience?

Mob / Web app: This depends a lot on your target audience and the reason why you want to develop a saas application.

Budget: What is the minimum or maximum budget that you are willing to spend for development?

Time: Is the product going to be live in a month or in a year? Or is this a long-term project that you will be updated periodically as per user experience?

The different stages of development are:





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Why SaaS?

Recurring revenue: The biggest advantage of the SaaS business is the subscription-based revenue model. With most online business models, it can be a challenge to keep the revenue flow. However, in SaaS, revenue inflow is stable as customers pay you a periodic fee, monthly or yearly.


Lower initial investment: A SaaS system is partially platform-independent as the user doesn’t need to download anything locally. Thus saving time and money. The support/maintenance cost will be less since a cloud-based SaaS system is not prone to local device problems.


Easing the process for your customers: SaaS saves the end-users from having to download, install, set up a local software and need support every step of the way. All they have to do is to log in and subscribe or opt for a free trial. With this, they can try out your system and review if it aligns with their goals.


Deploying new features and upgrades: This is an effort with on-site software. With SaaS, it’s almost effortless in comparison, and your users can immediately access it. You can even upgrade your system multiple times a day without affecting the user. To know how we can help, contact us today!

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