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Saas-y: the revolution in software

Updated: Sep 9, 2020

In a world of subscription-based services such as Office 365 and Google Apps – users are becoming savvy to the benefits of having flexible cloud-based solutions that are automatically updated with the latest functionality, and have no large upfront costs.

The huume homeless solution is provided as a SaaS (software as a service) module, offering a single cloud-based application that can then be specifically tailored to each individual client's needs, this ensures that your policies and processes are met and that you are capturing the data you need.

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Shifting to this type of service may appear daunting, but there are many advantages to consider:

Quick set up and deployment

With a SaaS model the solution is already configured in the cloud waiting to be used, reducing implementation time and minimises delays.

Deploying upgrades centrally

Upgrades to the solution are deployed to a central location allowing users to automatically benefit from new features when they next log in, including updates to legislation. This central deployment approach removes the need for individual client upgrade projects.


Whilst huume homeless has a core set of functionalities it can easily be personalised to meet client requirements, such as configuring your own data fields.


Access the solution via the internet, at anytime, anywhere on any device.


The solution can easily grow and adapt to your needs due to the flexible cloud-based platform. And, new modules can simply be added to your subscription as and when required.

Notable cost-savings

With no large upfront costs, no upgrade fees, transparent annual billing and a significant 150 GB of disk space as standard, you will benefit from the savings.

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About the Author

Huume Ltd is the innovative IT Housing solutions provider, personalising Housing Needs for UK Housing Organisations. Read more posts from Huume.


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