The SaaS model has changed not only how businesses offer, use and access software (in the cloud), but also how pricing structures are organized for that software. Instead of a messy and time-consuming implementation process—along with an enormous, one-time fee—this software is available on demand, leading to a different model of pricing strategy. As the delivery and management models have shifted, the licensing/pricing model has also shifted. This change has lead to pricing considerations based on thresholds, users and features, and is scaled accordingly. Leading organizations offer different pricing tiers with features customized to an organization's size, needs, goals and pain points.