For the unfamiliar, SaaS (software as a service) is a software distribution model in which a third-party providers hosts applications and makes it available to customers over the internet. Popular examples of SaaS products include Slack, Calendy, MoneyPenny, and Financio, amongst others.
Small and mid-sized companies are increasingly turning to cloud-based software to help run their businesses smoothly. Depending on what your business does and your budget, you can pick the products that will benefit you the most.
If your budding startup is growing faster than expected, or you find your teams operate in silos, then it’s time to use a service that enables people to collaborate and bounce ideas off one another. With file sharing capabilities and myriad integrations, Slack, Workforce by Facebook and RealtimeBoard are all great tools to supercharge collaboration.