In this article, we want to provide you with the benefits of a Hybrid Software Solution for your South African business.
We already discussed in this article why a Hybrid solution is perfect for your business, so please have a look to familiarise yourself with why this might be the ideal solution for your business.
It goes without saying that most businesses require some administration, management, and process support. With this in mind, we believe that a hybrid solution might be perfect for you if you are starting out. Especially a solution built on industry-specific parent software.
That said it is worth looking at a clear definition of what the benefits are of a hybrid software solution.
Our approach at Virtually Clear toward a hybrid software solution is one that combines industry-specific software with mentorship in order to serve new business owners with software that will allow them to get up and running immediately at the lowest possible cost. This is nothing short of a helping hand approach. Combine software with all the functionality for an industry, with a mentor in that industry, and you are equipped with the tools for success.
Hopefully, you can see the high-level value proposition of investing in a hybrid software solution. Let’s unpack more of the benefits.
Hybrid Software Solutions Lower Overall Costs
Simply put, since the hybrid software solution is developed from an industry-specific parent software, it lowers costs immediately.
If you’re a business owner, you know how important it is to keep costs under control while still providing high-quality products and services to your customers. That’s where hybrid software solutions come in.
For example, with hybrid software solutions, you can store your data in the cloud and only pay for what you use. This means that you don’t have to invest in expensive hardware and infrastructure, which can save you a significant amount of money upfront.
In addition, hybrid software solutions can be customized to fit your unique business needs, which means that you only pay for the features and functionality that you actually use. This can help you avoid wasting money on unnecessary features or upgrades.
Overall, hybrid software solutions offer a lower-cost solution for businesses that want to save money without sacrificing quality or control.
Scalable to business needs
One of the biggest advantages of hybrid software solutions are that they are scalable. As your business grows, you can easily add more users and expand your system without having to worry about downtime or disruptions.
In addition, hybrid software solutions can be customized to fit your unique business needs, so you can get the exact features and functionality that you require.
Overall, hybrid software solutions are an excellent option for businesses that want a scalable and flexible solution for their software needs.
Again since the parent software is developed for a specific industry, this is 100% scalable for your business from day one. With the luxury of knowing exactly that the hybrid software runs on the industry-specific parent functionality, you know that the software is tailored for growth.
One of the key benefits of hybrid software solutions is that they offer enhanced security. Because your data is stored in the cloud, you can protect it from a wider range of threats. For example, if your on-premises systems are compromised, your data will still be safe in the cloud.
In addition, hybrid software solutions allow you to customize your security settings and controls, so you can tailor them to meet the specific needs of your business. This means that you can set different security levels for different users and data, and ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive information.
Security and data integrity are at the heart of the hybrid software solution. Your customer and operational data need to remain secure at all times.
This is 100% achievable via a Hybrid Software solution.
Flexibility and mobile-first
In today’s digital world, it’s more important than ever for businesses to provide a seamless and efficient customer experience. One way to do this is through the use of mobile-first technology.
This is important because more and more people are using their mobile devices for point-of-contact transactions and services.
By using mobile-first technology, businesses can ensure that their customers have a smooth and user-friendly experience when interacting with them on their mobile devices. This can lead to increased customer satisfaction, loyalty, and conversions. Overall, mobile-first technology is an important tool for businesses that want to provide a positive and efficient experience for their customers.
One of the most important reasons we are developing in the hybrid software space is the overall flexibility this provides for our clients. Add to it mobile-first technology, and you and your teams can transact, input data, and manage your operations at the customer point of contact. For example, an artisan can quote, invoice, and manage the process while at the customer’s premises.
Last, but certainly, not least is adding an industry leader mentor into the mix. Someone that has gone out and done the work, got the pedigree, and knows their business inside out.
These mentors assist with input into the functionality of the software and also in guiding new business owners with establishing their businesses and using the hybrid software.
An unheard-of win-win for all.
Our hybrid software solutions meet the specific needs of a business at a reasonable cost with great scalability and security. We firmly believe that it is the most cost-effective solution for your business and combined with a mobile-first approach, you will experience the ultimate flexibility of a robust management tool. Adding an industry mentor in the mix then becomes the proverbial icing on the cake.
So if you are interested in more information regarding our hybrid solutions, please contact us for a no-obligation introductory discussion.
Other related questions
Is there a difference between Hybrid Software and SAAS?
In general, both applications are built on an overall parent solution. SAAS has a more general approach, mainstreaming general administrational and operational functionality, relying on the end user to accommodate the software to their needs. In contracts, a Hybrid solution leverage a specific industry software, thus limiting any further customization.
How does a Hybrid Software Solution work?
A Hybrid Software solution is an application based on industry-specific software. In other words, the parent software is created to serve the software needs of a specific industry. From there users are rolled onto this system, reducing cost and maintenance, gaming all or some of the functionality on a monthly cost model.