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A Pacesetter Perspective: How SaaS Is Fueling Powerful Competitive Advantage

  • Created By  Alysha LaFountain
  • Updated 2014-06-02T10:16:13-04:00
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Alysha LaFountain, Demand Programs Professional, North America Demand Programs, Social Business, IBM Collaboration Solutions

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The use of Software as a Service (SaaS) has skyrocketed over the last few years and shows no signs of slowing down.

A recent global SaaS study of 879 decision makers found that reducing costs is still a primary reason companies turn to Software as a Service. But 47 percent of the cloud leaders surveyed are discovering how SaaS can help them achieve a much broader and more strategic goal – unlocking competitive advantage.

Join this webcast to learn how Pacesetters are using SaaS to provide their entire enterprise with a wide range of powerful benefits. SaaS can reduce costs, yes. But more than that, SaaS can engender rich and far reaching collaboration, lead to better decision making, and help your organization be more customer-focused and agile in the marketplace. That’s not to say that the route to the winner’s circle won’t take some planning and preparation. You can start by asking yourself the right questions.

Please join us on June 4, 2014 at 2 pm ET.

Speakers:

Janet Sifers, Program Director, Worldwide SaaS Market Segment Management, IBM @JanetSifers
David Stachura, Sales Enablement Program Builder & Social Learning LMS Expert, AMD @DaveStachura
Ken E. Molter, Director Integration/Quality Testing Global Supply Chain Solutions, Ryder System Inc.
Tristan Woods, Chief Technology Officer, SafeGuard World International

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