You’ve built software that works. Customers love it. They can’t wait to get their hands on new features.
You need SaaS to open the benefits of your platform to new markets — and do it profitably.
Now, can you do it with the software you already have?
SaaS Boost QuickStart from Cloudgeometry is a packaged service designed to jumpstart your SaaS Migration with momentum that’s both flexible and sustainable. It’s delivered atop AWS SaaS Boost, the open source framework for SaaS Migration designed and released by the AWS SaaS Factory.
You get proven expertise that helps drive both business and technology versatility for software-as-a-service success. Together, we help free up your software developers with a complete migration framework — so they can focus on differentiated features unique to your product, market, and customers.
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By relying on the skills and experience of CloudGeometry’s SaaS architects and cloud engineering experts, you can confidently transform the out-of the box components in AWS SaaS Boost into the improved onboarding, operations, and monetization you need to compete.
Working from your existing application, we configure the essential microservices needed to launch and enable your stack as a SaaS platform. With these foundations in place, you can adapt more rapidly to the changing needs and opportunities presented by your customers and markets.
“The success of every SaaS business model relies on versatility – both in delivering value to customers, and in a robust and flexible cloud platform that adapts to market changes. The goal is continuous optimization between your SaaS business model and the architectural foundations you rely on for day-to-day operations.”
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