Cloud analytics provider SaasNow announces price decrease
Attractive pricing of software and infrastructure makes analytics even more accessible
Maassluis, September 19, 2016 – SaasNow, Dutch provider of the eponymous self-service BI and business analytics solution, announces a significant decrease in the price of its offering. This means SMBs can already leverage the power of analytics for EUR 695 per month (USD 795).
SaasNow offers a simple and user-friendly way to experience the power of analytics. The solution is based on the renowned SAS Visual Analytics software and hosted on the cloud infrastructure of Amsio. Both partners have decided to revise their pricing for a more cloud focused proposition. This makes the solution even more attractive for SMBs looking to transform their data into insights. Hylke Visser, principal business solution manager SAS Data Visualization and Cloud: “I’m very pleased that because of scale and the efficiency of SaasNow deployments, we can now make SaasNow available to more companies that want to have better insights, always and everywhere.”
Gerben van Leeuwen, CEO of SaasNow: “We have experienced tremendous interest in SaasNow. I’m therefore very happy to announce this new pricing strategy of our partners, as it makes SaasNow accessible to a broader spectrum of organizations. Together with our partners we are looking forward to help even more companies gain quick insights into large data sets so they can make better decisions faster and stay ahead of their competition.”
The new pricing for SaasNow applies to all markets and will be effective immediately.
SaasNow is a Dutch innovative startup and provider of the eponymous self-service BI and business analytics solution. The company offers SAS partners a pay-per-month cloud solution based on SAS Visual Analytics and SAS Visual Statistics software that makes the power of analytics available to the business professional. With a self-service portal, business professionals can gain valuable insights from their data without being dependent on their IT department. SaasNow is currently available in more than 180 countries worldwide and powered by Amsio, a leading Dutch hosting provider.
Gerben van Leeuwen
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