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TANAAKK provides “Growth as a Service” for corporate in-house initiatives to maximize shareholder value. The core product, HITSERIES®︎, offers a comprehensive set of DevOps and RevOps resources to power the migration, creation, and growth of Azure or AWS-based SaaS products. TANAAKK is a leader in calculating the valuation of these initiatives to determine the right capital structure, appropriate growth plan, appropriate milestones, and KPIs from early stage to listing on the NASDAQ or Tokyo Stock Exchange.

UNIQUE AND EFFICIENT WORK STRUCTURE OF TANAAKK:

HITSERIES®︎ cloud model has no physical need for indirect deployment as it is not physically deployed and deployed almost instantly, thus eliminating the need for traditional partners and intermediaries. Unlike traditional software, which is traditionally sold as a perpetual license at an upfront cost (and an optional ongoing support fee), SaaS providers often price applications using a subscription fee, most commonly a monthly fee or annual fee. As a result, the initial setup cost for SaaS is often lower than for equivalent enterprise software. The main success of TANAAKK has been its unique and new strategy, unlike typical vendors who price their apps according to some user parameters such as the number of users using the app. However, in a SaaS environment, since customers' data resides at the SaaS vendor, there are opportunities to charge per transaction, event, or other units of value, such as the number of processors required.

MARKET SIZE FOR TANAAKK K TO CAPTURE IN THE FUTURE:

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TANAAKK has an investment hurdle rate of 7.47%, which is the 20-year S&P500 IRR. It also sees the NASDAQ Composite as a 10-year benchmark (10.84%).

PRIORITIZING DATA SAFETY AS KEY IN SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE:

TANAAKK knows that customers are wary of cloud security and work hard to prove how secure the data on their servers is. Many SaaS providers use highly secure public cloud services to deploy and store their software and data instances. For most companies, data is most at risk within the enterprise, where there is less budget devoted to IT security and where employees or others could unintentionally lose data or introduce security gaps. In fact, Gartner predicts that up to 2023 at least 99% of cloud security failures will be the user's fault (full content available to Gartner customers). 

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The cloud security debate for ERP systems is raging, but it represents one of the latest software segments experiencing significant security failures. Instead, negligent employees, insufficient remote work safety, and programming bugs ranked among the top security threats faced by US companies. Given the widespread growth of cloud availability, it is easier, faster, and cheaper for SaaS developers to roll out applications than traditional software development. Almost any core business function, from human resources to enterprise resource planning, is available through SaaS providers which TANAAKK is leading the abyss of growth.