Efficiency and automation are two concepts that go hand in hand in Xait. In a bid to be more efficient, you should drive your business towards automation. By using XaitPorter as an aPaaS, you will help your business be more efficient, hit your targets and get those bids in on time. According to Gartner, aPaaS is defined as an Application platform as a service; a cloud service offering development and deployment environments for application services. For you, this means no local installations, short time to deployment and benefits and security of having everything in the cloud. You can think of it as the foundation on which your applications run. We can’t put a man on the moon for you (yet), but we can make your everyday work less time-consuming. All you need to do is find the river and make your everyday process flow! So what are the benefits of using XaitPorter as an aPaaS solution?
Speed of Deployment
One absolutely key feature of an implemented aPaaS is the ability to quickly deploy applications on top of the platform. Realistically, this is THE key feature for an aPaaS as the whole point of the platform is to give you a foundation for building and launching applications quickly and easily.
Continuity of Systems
A second key benefit of an aPaaS is the ability to run, develop and launch applications all from the same platform. This allows for better visibility into the applications and makes control and upkeep of the applications much easier than using disparate systems. How many times have you experienced the pain of pulling like data for different sources because they are using and running on completely different systems?
An aPaaS is purpose-built to encourage scaling. This scaling could happen overnight or take 5 years. The XaitPorter platform will be ready at all times without the need to re-configure the database, which will not only save your business money but massive amounts of time and manpower.
Automatic for the people
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