Software As A Service
Connect to And Use Cloud-Based Apps
Yang Braxter is built to take all the work out of billing: integrate your signup flow, add customers to a subscription plan, and we take care of the rest. Discounts, cancellations, subscription changes, multiple seats? All supported out-of-the-box.
Craft beautiful, high-You’ll run the business differently on Yang Braxter. Reduce churn by automatically updating credit cards when they’re expired or replaced, accept larger payments around the world, and easily experiment with new pricing plans. Simplify your accounting—just export to QuickBooks or plug into services like NetSuite.
Do more with your subscriber data. A whole host of third-party apps can go to work with your Yang Braxter data in one click, letting you analyse your customer base, automatically manage workflows, track churn, and more.
Advantages of SaaS
Gain access to sophisticated applications. To provide SaaS apps to users, you don’t need to purchase, install, update, or maintain any hardware, middleware, or software. SaaS makes even sophisticated enterprise applications, such as ERP and CRM, affordable for organizations that lack the resources to buy, deploy, and manage the required infrastructure and software themselves.
Pay only for what you use. You also save money because the SaaS service automatically scales up and down according to the level of usage.
Use free client software. Users can run most SaaS apps directly from their web browser without needing to download and install any software, although some apps require plugins. This means that you don’t need to purchase and install special software for your users.
Mobilize your workforce easily. SaaS makes it easy to “mobilize” your workforce because users can access SaaS apps and data from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device.
Access app data from anywhere. With data stored in the cloud, users can access their information from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device. And when app data is stored in the cloud, no data is lost if a user’s computer or device fails.