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Top Ten Saas Companies

MuleSoft​
MuleSoft​

Of course, like almost all legacy SaaS companies, today’s financial SaaS companies all have agreements that prevent them from being a data co-op. So we should expect either a new financial software company will market a co-op as a feature or another company will build a co-op on top of these financial firms.

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Salesforce.com​
Salesforce.com​

Learn about SaaS (Software as a Service), what SaaS is & how you can benefit from it. Find information & resources about developing & deploying SaaS applications.

Akamai ​Technologies​
Akamai ​Technologies​

Akamai's Web Performance Solutions enable SaaS providers to deliver all their SaaS applications to any user (e.g. - customers, partners, and suppliers), on any device, anywhere in the world by overcoming the inherent challenges related to web performance, reliability and security.

source: akamai.com
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CA ​Technologies​
CA ​Technologies​

SaaS product offerings from CA scale to meet the needs of the world’s largest, globally distributed customers. SaaS product offerings from CA scale to meet the needs of the world’s largest, globally distributed customers.

source: ca.com
Adobe ​Systems​
Adobe ​Systems​

In 2.5 years, Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) has transformed its business from a software license business into a SaaS business. It has been a remarkable transition, and one not talked about very much in the SaaS world. Transitions from licensed software to SaaS are rare.

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Microsoft ​Corporation​
Microsoft ​Corporation​

Microsoft was only number two with 7.9% market share of the global enterprise Software-as-a-Service industry in H1 2015. Synergy Research Group reported that Q2 2016 resulted in Microsoft taking 15% of the enterprise SaaS market, beating Salesforce’s 14% share.

Intuit​
Intuit​

Software as a service, or SaaS, is a software delivery model that hosts business applications—such as customer relationship management (CRM) services, human resources management services, content management systems (CMS) or accounting services—on the cloud (in most cases, on the internet).

Oracle ​Corporation​
Oracle ​Corporation​

With 430,000 customers in 175 countries, Oracle provides leading-edge capabilities in software as a service, platform as a service, infrastructure as a service, and data as a service. Learn more about Oracle and who we are.

source: oracle.com
SAP SE​
SAP SE​

With SAP, companies of all sizes can run their entire business in the cloud from a single, integrated platform. And because we offer public, private and managed cloud solutions, our customers can start anywhere and go everywhere in the cloud, depending on their business need.

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