Friday, July 30, 2021

Is SaaS Working for You? Survey by Datamation/THINKstrategies

Take the SaaS Survey. Results to be posted soon!

Everyone seems to be talking about Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), but we want to know what you’re really doing with SaaS…and why – and if you like the results.

So, Datamation and THINKstrategies are teaming up to conduct a quick SaaS survey to gauge the level of interest and use of these online, ‘on-demand’ services among our readers.

We’d like to learn what types of services you’re using or considering, and why or why not you are using these services. And, we’d like to know how SaaS users feel about their experiences, and what SaaS providers must do to convince others to take advantage of these services.

The survey consists of eleven (11) quick questions…and a short set of optional demographic questions to help us understand your views based on your company size, location and industry.

Please take a moment and give us your perspectives about SaaS, and we’ll report the results and hope you’ll find them worthwhile.

Take the SaaS Survey. Check back for results!

Jeff Kaplan is Managing Director of THINKstrategies (, an independent consulting firm focused on the business implications of the on-demand services movement. He is also the founder of the SaaS Showplace ( and Managed Services Showplace ( He can be reached at [email protected]

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