Some companies we work with for SAAS implementations

Companies we work with

We develop Saas cloud-based systems that our clients deliver to their end customers as a service on a subscription basis
Expertise iconExpertise Pulse engineers have designed 50+ successful SAAS systems over the past 20 years, we have a proven process of UI design, software development, subscriptions management, marketing and long-term support for SAAS applications.
Agility iconAgility Our development process is very visual in nature making it simple for non-technical individuals to work effectively with us to realize their vision. 2-week scrum cycles in development ensure that the customer is always in the know.
Innovation iconInnovation Our partnership with world-class companies helps us find the right tools for the job, our process of development encourages constant innovation in the design, development and long-term maintenance of the system.

Software as a Service (SaaS) is a software business model which in principle consists in delivering software applications that meet specific business needs for several companies who subscribe to the software and use the application regardless of their location, through web-based technology. Users pay a reoccurring fee to use the software, this fee can be per user or by usage parameters.

Case Studies

Assess Team

Job clarity, 360 degree enabled continuous feedback and Project profitability tracking all in a single integrated suite makes AssessTEAM a world leader in effective employee evaluations. Assessteam Pulse worked with AssessTEAM founders to make their vision a reality, Pulse marketing teams work hard to get AssessTEAM in front of customers.

Easy Logger logo

A simple phone tracker that’s popular in 97 countries. Used for phone surveillance, misuse prevention, family protection and general monitoring. Over 1 million downloads. Easy logger banner Pulse created a UI that was simple and intuitive. The simplicity of the UI hides the powerful system that collects phone usage parameters and uploads them to the cloud seamlessly. The online dashboard can accommodate 100s of devices together.

Apollo logo

Apollo Practice Management is an intuitive cloud-based PT practice management system including everything from Scheduling, EMR, payment documentation and Insurance billing all in a single integrated platform. Apollo Practice Management banner Apollo was a desktop program that Pulse analyzed and cloud-enabled, we designed the software taking the best parts of the desktop program and built cloud infrastructure for HIPAA compliance. The complete system was redesigned for mobile compatibility and supporting mobile app was also built from the ground up.

The process behind our success in SAAS development

While developing SaaS and cloud-based applications, we offer consulting services to build upon the idea, we offer real-world advise and help with market research before we take on the project. Our experience in web marketing plays a critical role in the design of the solution, we bring the right partners for cloud infrastructure and try to simplify the solution for a cost-effective development and simpler management. We provide native Android and iOS app development services that complement our web development services. We have experience in building with open source technologies like LAMP on AWS and with Microsoft centric .Net framework on Azure. All our SAAS development projects include the following:

  • A well-planned deployment system with sandbox testing processes.
  • A well-tested billing system with credit card processing.
  • A disaster recovery strategy to ensure the program can recover from failure.
  • An automated uptime and performance tracking system that would alert us about problems.
  • An application firewall that protects the system from malicious intent.
  • A support ticketing system to ensure your customers can reach help quickly.

Our expertize extends from our knowledge of cloud-based systems that are used to design SAAS application architecture. New tools make building applications easier and simpler, cloud platforms like Azure, AWS, Rackspace, and Google compete amongst each other on features and performance. We partner with all popular cloud infrastructure providers and keep abreast of all the services they have to offer.

As more and more organizations opt for outsourcing automatic business processes that are critical for their operations, service providers and ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) are attracted to using Cloud technology for their clients. During the past few years, there has been a substantial growth in companies switching over to SAAS software.

SAAS vs On-Premises

Our process: We use Scrum, this is an agile framework for managing work with an emphasis on flexible software development. This is designed for teams of three to nine developers who break their work into actions that can be completed within timeboxed iterations, called sprints and track progress and re-plan in 15-minute daily stand-up meetings. Customers have complete visibility to the plan and they are welcome to be part of all meetings too.

Consulting service: We help businesses develop their SAAS ideas into viable products. We get technology partners involved for the best advice, we connect with subscription systems and advise on integration possibilities with mainstream software too.

SAAS management services: We constantly monitor your cloud ecosystem to ensure that your application meets your expected performance and reliable responsiveness, every time. We often act as a level 2 support desk for your subscribers too.

Cloud architecture design: We help select a suitable platform, whether public, private, or hybrid, to run your SAAS application. Primary considerations below:

  • Ease of upgrades and scalability
  • Support for multi-tenant or multi-instance features as needed.
  • Programming language and database platform that has been chosen.
  • Cost considerations depending on the performance thresholds expected.
  • Native support for Big data technologies.
  • Storage technology.
  • Disaster recovery.

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