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PaaS / SAAS Based Solutions

Platform as a service (PaaS)

A service provider offers access to a cloud-based environment in which users can build and deliver applications. The provider supplies the underlying infrastructure.
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Software as a service (SaaS)
A service provider delivers software and applications through the internet. Users subscribe to the software and access it via the web or vendor APIs.

Additional Services

OpenShift

Dropbox

JIRA

Google App Engine

Why Brands Choose NexGen For PASS / SAAS Based Solutions

Experience Led & Outcome Focused

We help brands understand the role digital can play in realizing strategic opportunities and solving real world business problems, always keeping the focus on the customer's experience and the results generated.

Proven, Rapid, Agile & Trusted Delivery Methods

Using agile methodology, always keeping you in the loop. Streamlined delivery, cost effective engagements, designed to match your goals, your timeline and your budget.

Experienced Developers

Our mobile web developers create solutions that work seamlessly across all platforms and operating systems: smartphone, tablet or laptop or running iOS, Android. 

Transparent, Collaborative, Communicative

Complete project visibility and multiple open lines of communication from day one. We are available when you need us and continually updating you on your project’s status.

FAQs

PaaS is a shared and elastically scalable application development and deployment platform delivered as a service.
The PaaS platform typically includes databases and middleware, as well as services to develop, test, deploy, host, and maintain applications within the same integrated development environment (IDE), and service provisioning that allows multiple users to concurrently use the same IDE.
SaaS is a method of software delivery that allows data to be accessed from any device with an internet connection and a web browser. In this web-based model, software vendors host and maintain the servers, databases, and the code that makes up an application.

Software providers know clients are wary of cloud security and work hard to prove how safe data is in their servers. Many SaaS providers utilize highly secure public cloud services to deploy and store their software instances and data.

For most companies, data is at more risk in-house, where there’s less budget dedicated to IT security and where employees or others could unintentionally leak data or introduce gaps in security. In fact, Gartner predicts that through 2022 at least 95% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.

The debate around cloud security for ERP systems rages on, but it represents one of the last software segments that experiences significant security failures. Weak passwords are common in the workplace, according to a recent Software Advice survey, and tend to cause more security problems than hackers.