3rd May, 2022
IT leaders are slowly getting to know the serious repercussions of SaaS sprawl. Though SaaS applications bring many benefits to companies, having too many applications is also a problem.
SaaS causes the proliferation of shadow IT, overspending, and security breaches. To curb all of these at once, IT leaders must be equipped with an automated SaaS Management tool that offers a centralized view of all the SaaS applications running in the organization.
If you still don't believe, here are some facts about SaaS that will make you rethink implementing SaaS Management.
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10% of company revenue is spent on SaaS. It’s a staggering metric, and a high percentage of income is wasted inefficiently on business tools. In comparison, companies spend, on average, 15% on employees annually.
With this explosion of SaaS at companies, there arise SaaS challenges caused by apps getting out of your control. These SaaS challenges varies in three dimension: spend management, security and complance risks, and various SaaS operations tasks like automating SaaS procurments, renewals, employees onboarding and offboarding.
‘Muda’ is used to describe any activity that uses resources but doesn't generate value. It is the Toyota system for identifying and eliminating waste in all forms. It is the same thing that helps Toyota sell more cars than Ford, General Motors, and Honda at a higher margin.
An obese SaaS stack leads to SaaS wastage. It's a disease! It not only causes financial issues but also gives you security and compliance problems. That's why you must keep tight control on your SaaS stack. And it begins with managing your SaaS vendors.
In this post, we've discussed 7 symptoms of an unoptimized SaaS stack and solutions to optimize the same.
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