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Pilgrim Offers Compliance SaaS

Pilgrim Software announces public launch of its award-winning Enterprise Compliance & Quality Management Systems via SaaS solution

TAMPA, Fla. -- Pilgrim Software, Inc., a world-leading provider of Enterprise Compliance and Quality Management (ECQM) software solutions, today announced the public unveiling of its Software as a Service (SaaS) strategy by releasing its Pilgrim On-Demand,” a software application delivery model offering organizations an alternative solution to managing key electronic compliance and quality processes.

While compliance and quality management systems are no longer just ‘nice to have’ systems, they have evolved to become vital to a company’s knowledge and information infrastructure. Maintaining the software and technology used by these systems can be time consuming and costly. As such, the need to reduce IT infrastructure is a key challenge for end-users as applications, operating systems, storage, networks and databases need to be constantly upgraded. Pilgrim On-Demand provides customers with a distinct competitive advantage through a lower initial investment cost, reduced overhead, high degree of scalability, increased accessibility, improved collaborative productivity, easier implementation, and improved security with optimal performance.

“Pilgrim’s On-Demand solution allows organizations to be completely hands free on any needed technology to run the critical and strategic ECQM applications,” said Prashanth Rajendran, Pilgrim’s Chief Operating Officer. “Companies that adopt the SaaS strategy spend more time streamlining their operations as opposed to building and maintaining IT infrastructure and architecture to run their strategic applications. Additionally, the unparalleled support that Pilgrim Software provides enables organizations to get the most out of their systems.”

Pilgrim Software Inc.

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