Some SaaS is focused on specific industries, such as real estate CRMs, while more enterprise offerings from Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, and more have thrived with industry-focused editions.
Most newer SaaS, though, tends to offer one-size-fits-all products, built to work for every industry. At best they include customization tools if you want to make them fit your business needs better. And now, some SaaS and cloud providers are starting to build out more industry-focused versions.
What SaaS has done the best job at customizing their software for specific industries? And is that the right approach, or is one-size-fits-all better?
the first thing that popped into my head is unqork — they have been a focused low code solution for the financial sector. i have not tried and seems like they have abstracted themselves from that industry. i think every company does that. perhaps a lot of the times, SaaS products do focus on an industry/niche but they are too young for mainstream users to find and use them.
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