Cloud management software provider OneSaas has just unveiled new capabilities to provide small businesses with the ability to synchronize data from disparate SaaS (News - Alert) and on-site systems.
The company has also launched a new website as well as a partner program that have been created to make the integration, synchronization and automation of product, sales and CRM data across more than 50 cloud-based and on-site software services simple and end-user friendly.
OneSaas’ Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud integration platform solves the challenges of integrating disparate cloud-based or on-site accounting, billing and invoicing, e-mail marketing, e-commerce, point-of-sale, event management and CRM systems. The offering eliminates the need to manually duplicate data, saving time and ensuring that all systems have synchronized, up-to-date information. The cloud management software has enabled several businesses to use the skills of their employees to enhance their success, rather than wasting time copy and pasting. This translates into improving the bottom line of these businesses.
Further, the newly introduced global partner program lets professional services providers such as accountants, Web developers and business and IT consultants add OneSaas connectivity to a suite of disparate services for a seamless, bundled service offering.
"For businesses today every dollar, euro or pound matters to their survival and success. Time spent manually cutting and pasting data or importing and exporting between systems diminishes the value of the software they have so carefully selected and also increases the likelihood of error," said Jeff Perlman, CEO of OneSaas, in a statement.
With the cloud services market expected to grow to $14.4 billion in 2012, as per a recent report from analyst firm Gartner (News - Alert), cloud management software is continuing to gain relevance across all industries. This is due to the fact that businesses are looking for ways to automate the data-driven workflow processes between accounting, billing and invoicing, email marketing, e-commerce, point-of-sale, event management, and CRM systems.
Edited by Jamie Epstein