Our E-Learning Solutions
We provide E-Learning solutions via the SaaS model. Software as a Service, also known as SaaS or on-demand software, is a way of delivering software applications to the end-user over the internet. SaaS can provide great advantages for most businesses, primarily in costs and flexibility.
Benefits of SaaS
LOWER COST OF ENTRY
With SaaS, you pay for what you need, without having to buy hardware to host your new applications. Instead of provisioning internal resources to install the software, the vendor provides APIs and performs much of the work to get their software working for you.
PAY AS YOU GO
SaaS software gives you the benefit of predictable costs both for the subscription and to some extent, the administration. Even as you scale, you can have a clear idea of what your costs will be. This allows for much more accurate budgeting, especially as compared to the costs of internal IT to manage upgrades and address issues for an owned instance.
THE SAAS VENDOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR UPGRADES, UPTIME AND SECURITY
Under the SaaS model, since the software is hosted by the vendor, they take on the responsibility for maintaining the software and upgrading it, ensuring that it is reliable and meeting agreed-upon service level agreements, and keeping the application and its data secure.
INTEGRATION AND SCALABILITY
SaaS apps are designed to support some amount of customisation for the way you do business and as you scale with a SaaS vendor, there’s no need to invest in server capacity and software licenses. Simply adjust the subscription.
Since the software is hosted in the cloud and accessible over the internet, users can access it via mobile devices wherever they are connected.
What is Moodle?
Moodle is the world's most widely used open source learning platform, providing powerful free tools to help hundreds of millions of people worldwide learn online.
Our Moodle SaaS offers all around and worry-free packageS:
Hosting on Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Production and Staging Server,
Backup & Monitoring,
Pricing in relation to the actively used resources