SaaS enterprises enable organisations to carry out a variety of business functions such as CRM, ERP, web hosting and data management over the internet. By operating and maintaining all the servers, databases and software, SaaS enterprises allow their clients to access business applications remotely from almost any device and usually via web browsers.
Considering the sheer scope of collaboration needed between client and vendor in such environments, a platform like Dart can have infinite applications. From streamlining communication, saving time and improving efficiency to promoting scalability, enhancing customer support and simplifying workflows, the possibilities are endless!
Using Dart, SaaS companies can ensure optimum productivity across all business verticals. Let us consider the process of fixing bugs during a web hosting project. When a client spots a bug, they use a software like Skitch to capture and annotate a screenshot. Then, they log in to a project tool like Jira to raise the issue and assign tasks, users and so on. Post that , they upload the screenshot in Jira, then copy the URL of the bug from the website and paste the link in Jira.
Way too time consuming, right?
Now look what Dart can do.