Unlike most traditional software, itslearning is delivered as a service – giving you lower total cost of ownership.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is often viewed as a significant contributor to lowering the total cost of ownership of IT systems. SaaS systems don't require users to buy additional hardware, and all operating systems and software are installed locally – bringing down the direct costs of implementing the system. Indirect costs as also usually lower, as IT staff need less time for training, maintenance and upgrades.
What is SaaS?
SaaS means that the softtware itself is hosted and supported by the vendor and not the user. The software is accessed by users via the internet, without the need to deploy and maintain an on-premises IT infrastructure. This delivery model is becoming increasingly common, and is one of the keys behind the success of famous Web 2.0 applications such as Gmail, Flickr, Facebook and Hotmail.
More time for pedagogical implementation
Perhaps the greatest benefit for educational institutions that choose a SaaS approach is that instead of having to worry about technical challenges in the implementation process, time and resources can be spent on implementation on a pedagogical and technological level.
Continual access to the latest technolgy
We continuously improve our software and usually upgrade itslearning 6–8 times a year. The updates are installed automatically, giving our customers access to updates and new versions without any investments in application licenses, staff, servers or other resources.
All of our customers are guaranteed 99.7 % uptime 24/7. We also ensure that the service complies with regulations like the Personal Data Act, and guarantee all customer data is backed up. And to ensure that itslearning performs quickly anywhere in the world, we store static files, such as images, on a content distribution network (CDN).