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With a SaaS (Software as a Service) e-commerce platform, a user only needs an internet connection and a computer to manage their web store.
A SaaS e-commerce platform is an e-commerce software delivered as a cloud-based system that can be accessed through all types of web browsers.
A SaaS e-commerce platform is an e-commerce software delivered as a cloud-based system that can be accessed through all types of web browsers. SaaS e-commerce is typically sold on a subscription basis.
Choosing a (new) web store can be daunting: it needs to play well with the rest of your IT landscape, fit your budget, and align with your business’ short- and long-term needs.
The choice between hosting that web store in the cloud or on-premise often boils down to one major factor: flexibility. On-premise (traditional e-commerce) hosting is a method that many businesses stay true to because it’s what they know and how they’ve managed e-commerce for a long time. It’s sometimes also clearer from a cost perspective because you understand your upfront e-commerce costs.
But with SaaS e-commerce, hosting in the cloud means that it doesn’t require much effort to upgrade. You can keep your existing settings, and there’s no need to reconfigure your entire web store after each upgrade. You can do all this for a convenient monthly fee.
Here are the main benefits of opting for a SaaS e-commerce platform:
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