Uber is one of the most popular ride-hailing companies in the world, revolutionizing the way people get around and becoming an essential part in many people’s lives. But is Uber a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company?

To answer this question, we must first define what SaaS is. SaaS is a cloud-based software delivery model that hosts applications on a remote server and can be accessed through the internet. This model enables users to access software from any device with an internet connection, and allows for frequent updates that do not require manual downloading and installation.

Unfortunately, Uber does not qualify as a SaaS company, even though it implements some of the same principles. Rather than hosting the software itself, Uber contracts out the hosting of its mobile application to a third-party provider, similar to the SaaS model. However, Uber does not offer the same level of customization that a SaaS company would, and does not provide the same level of support.

In summary, Uber is not a SaaS company, but does benefit from some of its principles. Uber’s mobile application is hosted by a third-party provider, and it offers frequent updates. However, Uber does not offer the same level of customization or support that a true SaaS company would.