Why Read This
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) contracting has become more important to organizations; firms are now scrutinizing deals before signing. Why the extra attention? SaaS agreements matter more than ever because of greater quantities of mission-critical data and larger dollar amounts across a wider range of technology categories. The under-the-radar-screen business purchasing of the past has yielded to a model in which sourcing professionals are either consulted or involved.
Tags: Business Models, Cloud Computing, Contract Negotiations, Corporate Strategy, Infrastructure Architectures, IT Infrastructure & Operations, IT Services, Outsourcing, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Sourcing & Procurement, Sourcing Strategy & Execution, Technology Pricing & Licensing, Technology Product Strategies