Software as a Service (SaaS) has been increasingly adopted by software vendors as their main software delivery model, as it provides the opportunity to offer their software applications to a larger market and to benefit from the economies of scale. If well-achieved by the SaaS provider, these benefits add value to the offering and reduce the operational costs of hosting and maintaining the SaaS application.
The Antwerp software company Prosteps wants to grow internationally via their SaaS-based retail platform, but does not have the necessary know-how in-house. An external advisory board has been set up together with Peter Verhasselt from Sirris that will provide support over the next two years with the international upscaling of their new SaaS product Tilroy. Prosteps specialises in business applications for the retail sector. The company works mainly within the context of ERP solutions for retail chains.