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SaaS could cut CSPs' IT spend by 25%, says research

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 19 April 22

The report from Analysys Mason suggests that delivering services via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) could reduce IT spend by a quarter over five years, compared to a traditional on-premise software model

New research from Analysys Mason, commissioned by Nokia, argues that SaaS adoption could lead to a significant reduction in IT spend for communications service providers (CSPs).   According to the report, titled ‘The A-to-Z of SaaS purchasing’, CSPs could reduce their IT spend by as much as 25% over a five-year period by adopting a SaaS model, compared with the cost of existing on-premise models…

New research from Analysys Mason, commissioned by Nokia, argues that SaaS adoption could lead to a significant reduction in IT spend for communications service providers (CSPs).   According to the report, titled ‘The A-to-Z of SaaS purchasing’, CSPs could reduce their IT spend by as much as 25% over a five-year period by adopting a SaaS model, compared with the cost of existing on-premise models…

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