It is always important to stay relevant in business. Any part and concept require constant analysis. Among other things, companies should be assured of the information data security, the quality of all functions and justified costs.
All these issues are relevant when it comes to renting a service or the possibility of local installation on company’s territory. And here doubts and disputes begin.
This article is about pros and cons of local software solutions and the difference between SaaS and On-Premises models. We’ll fortify the theses with the examples of GPS monitoring system, a contact center, a popular CRM product and KUKU.io social media service.
The On-Premises approach in business is most conveniently considered on software development. In this case, the On-Premises solution is a classic and popular approach. It involves software installation and management locally, within a company. At the same time, the company that chose On-Premises invests a lot of money to create and maintain its own infrastructure.
There are some other options to define this term: in-house or private solution, software with local control, software on the side, software based on local management, software running on the company’s own resources, etc.
Nowadays the On-Premises approach is often used in large companies and industries, where a high level of control and security of information is important: in banks and financial organizations, insurance companies, advertising agencies, and so on and so forth.
So, the main feature of on-premises for companies is the use of their own resources instead of leased ones.
With the global development of web servers in the early 2000s, even the great companies with their own hosting system began to experience the need for remote data centers. However, in a couple of years, they started to feel the need for local software and a proven security system. That’s why today many of them stay true to On-Premises.
The issue is quite discussable. No doubt, clouds are chosen for quick implementation and flexibility: servers can be installed or removed in just a few clicks. SaaS products are cheaper and you can be sure of timely updates. But why customers still choose in-house enterprise solutions?
Time and additional resources may start to be a balk to install On-Premises. Although the flexibility of in-house solutions allows you to optimize the settings “exactly for your needs,” some companies just want to get a quick result, that is why they prefer SaaS.
GPS monitoring system Navixy can be implemented in any large company with On-Premises conditions, providing companies with individual rights for managing the system. A user-friendly interface and advanced mobile apps will help to track the movement of objects in real time. System services help to set up cards and billing, accept payments, manage GPS devices remotely.
The company offers several options for White Label and On-Premises integration, depending on clients’ needs.
The options for remote maintenance or local software solutions are often offered by companies serving contact centers.
Call centers in banks, mobile operators, large trading networks and other companies often buy On-Premises solutions because their activities are long-term and having made this choice, they provide themselves with almost own products.
A British company Tollring provides modern cloud service, local installation of contact centers and also a hybrid option. All the options are rather popular. The choice is influenced by the cost of software and installation, technical support, the total time for launch and functional flexibility.
Developers of Xobber, the CRM-system also propose the local installation and product implementation for businesses.
The company is able to provide enterprise On-Premises solutions for customers with interactive data tracking, customized analytics and reporting system, an innovative reminder and a calendar. According to On-Premises conditions, it is possible to add an extra option if a client wants.
KUKU.io proposes to implement social media posting, content plan, and analytics locally and to gain full control over the service.
By the way, working with social networks, online security and individual business adjustment are rather popular today among entrepreneurs. That’s why private enterprise social media solution is an excellent option for any large business.
Use the wide KUKU.io possibilities for social networks and make your business safe and high-tech. Besides, you have the opportunity to become a reseller and get the benefits of a White Label partnership.
One-time payment provides you with temporary use of the product. The option of the contractual period for using the service is also possible. Both options allow you to use as many connected accounts on social networks as your server permits.
All KUKU.io updates that will be implemented after the contract can be applied or not by your wish.
Implementing KUKU.io tools on your own servers, you can be sure of complete data confidentiality and total laws compliance. If necessary, you can integrate the product with another software.
KUKU.io specialists will help with the installation and early service adaptation. You can always contact us in case of any questions on the functionality.
If you wish to apply KUKU.io On-Premises solution to your company, please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the following form:
Do not hesitate: private software integration brings quick results and companies that choose On-Premises rarely change this model.