More than 95 percent of Tickitâs client base moved from their in-house application to using the Software as a Service in less than 12 months since the company launched Tickit On Demand. Tickit Systems has also recorded significant sales growth since the launch of the new product.
Clients include names such as Allianz, Toyota and Colonial First State Property Management.
The application has a suite of new functions including a powerful report writer, global search capability and a user configurable dashboard. This new functionality combined with delivery over the internet makes Tickit a compelling proposition for public and private enterprise alike.
The Consensus Awards reward excellence and innovation in software design in Australia and New Zealand.
The judges said Tickit On Demand allows organisations to define and implement a customised system based on globally accepted risk management standards without the need for expensive, bespoke software development.
Ms Kim Wilson, general manager of Tickit Systems said âby providing software as a service we are able to develop new features and improvements almost as and when required and deploy these within minutes, to every user. Tickit On Demand is redefining the risk and compliance software market with a simple but powerful value proposition. Our customers have the right to an intuitive, straightforward software solution at a fair price with a quality support experience.â
Research company Gartner has reported that nearly 40 percent of IT executives in a multi country survey plan to replace on-premises software with SaaS products this year.
Tarun Philip, Tickit Systemsâ senior manager, sales and marketing, says âSaaS or On Demand is software delivered over the internet hosted and managed by a service provider. Users typically pay a fee to licence its use. Cost effectiveness, ease of deployment and the failure of âon premisesâ software to meet performance expectations are some of the reasons for the growing popularity of SaaS.â
âThe SaaS model makes Tickit Systems cost efficient and we can pass these efficiencies onto our customers. The model also makes us agile in responding to customer needs,â he said.
âSaas simplifies things for CIOs and the IT department. We see an emerging trend where IT departments are being asked to do more with limited resources and see significant value in the business working with quality SaaS providers. SaaS typically means no additional costs for third party software licences nor the need to use vital in-house infrastructure or IT resources.â
Mr. Philip said users of earlier versions of Tickit were attracted to the new Tickit On Demand because of its intuitiveness, ease of use and major new features.
âThe report writer allows them to customize standard report templates using drag and drop to create new reports. Vital risk and compliance information can now be highlighted with a dashboard that can be configured to individual requirements,â he said.
Tickit On Demand is aligned with Australian and New Zealand Standards such as AS/NZS 4360, AS/NZS 3806 and globally with the new ISO 31000 international risk management standard
The application is hosted in a scalable, fault-tolerant infrastructure to ensure high availability and responsiveness.