Partner Dashboard Gets Face Lift - Providing greater insight into software usage!
June 01, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsBRIDGEWATER, N.J. — WebApps, Inc., a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that partners with Payroll Service Bureaus, Human Resource Outsourcing Firms, Professional Employer Organizations, and other service-related businesses, has recently improved the central login or “Dashboard,” which service providers use to navigate throughout the software to manage their client base. One of the new features allows service providers to purchase third-party products, such as data collection terminals, conveniently from one central location.
In addition to end-user functionality (i.e. – time and attendance, employee scheduling, benefit accruals, vacation tracking, etc.), the Dashboard offers service providers a streamlined approach to prospect demonstrations, software configuration, ongoing usage, and paperless billing. “As a result of years of user feedback, we’ve been able to rollout new features that help service providers further minimize the resources required to operate their business,” stated Daniil Fishteyn, Chief Technology Officer for WebApps. “By providing a Dashboard where virtually all functions of implementing and supporting end-user implementations is achieved remotely, cost of doing business for service providers is significantly reduced.”
The SaaS model is predicated on a one-to-many or multi-client deployment, whereby an application is shared across customers. This centralized approach towards code management reduces implementation, training, and ongoing support time while minimizing business risk for service providers. End-users benefit from single-source accountability that typically leads to a successful software rollout at a lower total cost of ownership. Also commonly known as an On Demand model, customers pay for system usage on a recurring basis for a broad spectrum of applications.
About WebApps, Inc.
WebApps is a leading developer of web-based business applications for improving human productivity and organizational processes in the workplace. Delivering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), client sensitive data is collected, processed, and stored remotely without the need for technical resources on site. Software features are easily expanded or scaled back, making it easier to support a variety of size and industry specific clients with a single platform. Under a pay-as-you-go model, clients gain access to software that is more intuitive, easier to deploy, and offers lower total cost of ownership than client-installed software - www.SaaS.com.
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