Enterprises today have plenty of mobile Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings to choose from. SaaS providers, such as, SalesNOW and SugarCRM, develop most of the prefabricated mobile SaaS apps that enterprises use to help run their businesses. However some companies, such as Softserve and others, also offer alternative packages that enable corporate developers to implement their own highly customized mobile SaaS applications. Regardless of which approach an organization takes, it's important to follow best practices and be aware of the pros and cons of the different types of mobile SaaS applications.

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