7 Questions to Ask Your SaaS Vendor

Planning a Move to the Cloud - 7 Questions to Ask Your SaaS Vendor

By:
The NetDocuments Team
Posted On:
Feb 27, 2019

Not all clouds are created equal. Just because a technology is being marketed as a "cloud" solution doesn't necessarily mean that it lives up to the architectural design, security standards and compliance protocols that make cloud computing so beneficial for businesses. So, If you're in the process of evaluating cloud providers, watching this recorded webinar is a good place to start.

In the webinar you'll learn:

  • The differences between a true cloud solution and a hosted solution and why it matters
  • The essential questions you should ask when evaluating cloud vendors
  • The ongoing benefits and ROI of a true cloud solution

Once you’re ready, we invite you to test our team on the answers to the questions shared and talk through your savings potential.

"Great company, great products, great leadership, great people, great culture!"
"I love my team and peers. We are family, and we respect each other."
"NetDocuments encourages a good work/family balance."
"I feel respected and valued by leadership and my team."
"We work together and support/encourage each other to do our best work every day."
"From start to finish, my leaders are willing to guide me and let me try new things. This keeps work fresh, exciting, and fun so I don't burn out or get bored."
"I have clear direction in my work tasks and priorities. I also feel encouraged to put my family first and maintain a healthy work life balance."
"I work with highly motivated individuals who are smart and allow me to learn from them!"
"NetDocuments is committed to exceeding customer expectations by building leading products hosted in rock-solid environments."
"I'm empowered to try new things and think through processes and campaigns strategically. I can lean on my boss for support, but I'm not micromanaged, which is appreciated."
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