Enterprise as a Service

What Does Enterprise as a Service Mean?

Enterprise as a service (EaaS) is an advanced cloud computing service model that incorporates software, infrastructure and platform offerings with additional business process management and enterprise governing service layers.


Techopedia Explains Enterprise as a Service

EaaS resolves concerns regarding cloud solution management and governance by implementing comprehensive end-to-end business process management, which helps enterprises gain control over their processes.

EaaS processes are primarily designed to address an organization’s business and process management concerns. Thanks to the global access and flexibility provided by cloud computing, partner organizations can also work collaboratively to execute similar and supporting business processes.


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