Cloud computing is gaining importance in all sectors with Software as a Service (SaaS) market model being implemented across geographies and industries along with the two other major cloud computing categories of IaaS (infrastructure) and PaaS (platform). Scalability and accessibility are the leading features that give SaaS-based market models an edge over in-house / owned or traditional partnership models covering service providers and business units associated with them. In the current dynamic and competitive market scenario, organizations (small as well as big) face the challenge of managing increasingly diverse devices, human resources (on the field, at home, in office, etc) and infrastructure as well as security issues. This makes flexibility, accessibility, security and scalability the key tools for IT stakeholders of any business. Reports say SaaS and cloud-based business application services revenue will grow to $32.8B in 2016, at a CAGR of 19.5% from 2011. SaaS businesses are increasingly focusing on customer success as a business performance measurement metric, as SaaS-based market models usually work on a monthly/quarterly/half-yearly or yearly renewals, throughout which these service providers have to prove the worth of SaaS-based market services in order to earn profiles in medium-to-long run from these accounts. Outsourcing (any business process) to SaaS-based models helps lower a company’s dependency on in-house employees as well as data storage. These models not only offer an organization live data that helps these companies to focus on their core role of number-crunching exercises, in the long run, SaaS-based market models, if implemented across multiple business processes, can help companies save a huge amount of time, efforts and capital. And implementation as well as integration with other software is getting easier with vendors in the SaaS-based market providing excellent new features and technologies covering business processes including but not limited to , such as business intelligence (BI), security (email, content, etc) sales and customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP) and much more. eMarketOrg.com has multiple reports on the SaaS market model. Here are brief details for a couple of them: Global SaaS-Based Content Security Industry 2016 Market Research Report: This is a 125 pages report supported with 139 data tables and figures on SaaS-based content security market and profiling companies like Cisco Systems, McAfee, Microsoft, Symantec, Barracuda Networks, Blue Coat Systems, Citrix Systems, Dell SonicWall, F5 Networks, Proofpoint, TrendMicro and Websense. Global Saas-Based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Industry 2016 Market Research Report: Profiling companies like Infor, Epicor Software Corp., Microsoft Corp., NetSuite Inc., Oracle Corp., SAP AG, Acumatica, Aplicor LLC, Deltek Inc., FinancialForce.com Inc., Intacct Corp., Plex Systems Inc., QAD Inc., Ramco Systems Ltd, Sage Software Inc., RootStock Software and Workday Inc., this is a 129 pages report supported with 145 data tables and figures and is available at http://emarketorg.com/pro/global-saas-based-enterprise-resource-planning-erp-industry-2016-market-research-report/ . All reports on SaaS market can be explored at http://emarketorg.com/product-tag/saas/ .