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Saba Software: All about People (Cloud) - Part 3


agile classes boston 2011  fully migrated to the  agile (scrum) software development  methodology with all programs now being delivered under this framework. Key features of the Saba platform are as follows: Security : Saba solutions offer secure environments through which organizations can manage their people management processes, which are  subject to rigorous validation by a number of customers and third parties. A granular security model supports the complex business structures and processes and can be easily configured to

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