I was just wondering how many organizations out there are actively involved/engaged in SaaS offerings? I also hear now about PaaS (Platform as a Service). Is anyone out there also involved with this? What are your thoughts on either or both?
SaaS from Salesforce.com and many other companies in the Supply Chain automation area are in use. It is an emerging Model and sometimes also has Cloud as co-companion for those interested in "pay per use" model. Google Apps & several applications from Yahoo , IBM and even Mocrosoft have several offerings today.
Recent CIO magazine hightlights GE's use of Supply Chain SaaS product from Aravo Technology
In terms of PaaS , recently www.coghead.com has been acquired by SAP and is touted to SAP's own internal experiementation with Cloud.
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