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13 SaaS Acronyms You Need to Know

As software as a service (SaaS) grows in popularity and increasingly replaces packaged software, there is often confusion over SaaS-related terminology.  We’ve put together this handy guide of 13 SaaS acronyms you need to know. 1. Software as a Service (SaaS) A method of software delivery and licensing in which software is accessed online via

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Packaged Software vs. SaaS

All businesses need software. That fact is not in question. What is in question is what’s better—packaged software or software as a service (SaaS)?   The answer to the packaged software vs. SaaS dilemma is multi-faceted.   The first consideration is whether or the needed software is available in both configurations.  If it is, what’s the price

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3 Ways Auto Repair Shops Can Increase Revenue and Customer Satisfaction

Improving profits and boosting customer satisfaction is a top priority for all business owners. Satisfied customers are more likely to become repeat customers, which leads to increased revenue and profits. This is particularly true in the auto repair industry, where trust and reputation are critical success factors.  In light of that, we’ve put together this

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16 Jobs in SaaS

Statista reports that, in 2020, software-as-a-service (SaaS) spending topped $103 billion.  In the 10 years that have passed since EZnet Services, Inc. first launched EZnet Scheduler® (cloud-based SaaS appointment scheduler), we’ve seen SaaS go from an obscure software delivery method to the new standard.  As a result, we’ve put together this tutorial:  16 jobs in

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6 Reasons Why You Don’t Need an Appointment Scheduler

You ‘ve got a calendar on your desk, sticky notes on your wall and a daily planner in your briefcase or backpack.  It works.  Right?  And in your mind, there are 6 reasons why you don’t need an appointment scheduler. Or do you? Reason #1 why you don’t need an appointment scheduler:  It’s too much