By admin, February 6, 2012
The SaaS expert, Leo Technosoft has been collaborating with ISV’s for over ten years now and moving their products onto the SaaS Environment, with a high share of success. The company makes yet another announcement that adds on to its expertise. Leo Technosoft ties up with one of the leading Domain Portfolio Management Company, based in Au to migrate the product into SaaS.
Leo TechnoSoft ties up An Australian Company providing online domain management solutions to large corporate and Government organizations. The companies head office is located in central Melbourne, Australia, with a client base spanning Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and the U.S. The company has attracted a prestigious client base including many of Australia’s most recognized brands.
Leo TechnoSoft acknowledges the fact that any migration project requires the product to reach the market in the minimalistic time-frame in order to beat the competition. This collaboration will not only reduce time but also give an edge to the company’s business module. Leo Technosoft has already invested time in developing a SaaS based module that can be customized to fit the needs of the architecture.
‘SaaSTenant™ 2.1’ (Software as a Service) allows developers to leverage their existing assets and expertise to build true cloud optimized software as service offerings. Leo Technosoft’s Saas Tenant application offers cost-effective solutions, the benefits of which spread across the sectors, one of them being the maximum return on investments. This recent innovation by Leo Technosoft has proved to be a boon for Independent Software Developers (ISVs). It’s a multifaceted model which is easy to use and affordable at the same time.
About Leo TechnoSoft
Leo Technosoft is a Hybrid Outsource Product Development Company based in India, US, Belgium and Singapore. The company collaborates with organizations, empowering them to attain cost effective product development in SaaS environment. The company has a global presence with offices in India, US, Belgium and Singapore.