With SaaS, users commit to only what they need. There’s no need to pay upfront for features, capabilities, or user seats that will just go unused. Compared to a perpetual-use license or an all-in hardware purchase an investment in SaaS is low-risk, high reward.
Our cloud-based SaaS applications are designed to be easily customizable. Users can configure the apps to suit their needs with little to no support from you, the host.
Traditional applications require users to purchase additional capacity in order to scale, often in large quantities no matter how much is really needed. But Syberry’s developers create SaaS systems that are designed to grow (and shrink) based on your clients’ everyday needs, anticipating and managing load as it fluctuates.
Our cloud-based SaaS systems are designed to integrate seamlessly with existing systems, ensuring your clients aren’t wasting time duplicating efforts, repeating data, or filling in gaps in operations.
A key advantage to centrally maintained SaaS applications is that the host — and not your team — is in charge of ensuring the software is always secure and compliant. As regulations change, the burden is on the SaaS provider to adjust accordingly, meaning your employees can rest easy.
Similarly, the provider’s IT team is responsible for maintenance, including performance upgrades and bug fixes. So users don’t have to worry about keeping the gears turning on their systems, and they can spend their time and energy on the business operations that matter most.
Need an effective CMS, an integrated payment gateway, or any other feature that is essential for your business area? All the web features and third-party applications are easily developed and integrated by our specialists due to their considerable experience and expertise. They can bring about integration at various levels - data storage and analytics, user interface, project management, etc. Plug the most effective web features into your site.
This is a perfect website-building solution for individuals or small business owners with low budgets or without special coding or design skills. Great results aren’t late in coming - custom-made responsive templates are easily and quickly exportable to other platforms. Keep in mind that web builders aren’t suitable to large businesses where websites need to have a high-quality design, SEO, marketing, coding, and other professional features. For example, Shopify, Bigcommerce are the best options for online stores; Wix, Tilda - for B2B companies; Squarespace, Zoho - for image-based websites.
Using Content Management Systems is a good way to have a ready platform to select pre-designed or custom-made templates for websites rather than coding from scratch. Also, you can customize the web structure, create simple interfaces, fix back-end issues and voila - a website is at your service to make a profit. A CMS has some pre-developed features, but they are limited - the full customization is not always possible. WordPress and Joomla are the most popular and cross-functional CMSs; Magento, Prestashop, Opencart - for e-commerce; Drupal, MODX, TYPO3 - for projects with high demands for security.