For a SaaS company founded in the past decade, a US-based hyperscaler offering services for hosting infrastructure would have been the natural place to start. However, the legal landscape has changed a lot and deciding where to host your infrastructure is now more than just a technical exercise.
In this episode of Sovereign DBaaS Decoded, we are joined by Jens Alm, the founder & CEO of Prorenata, a SaaS company that helps schools document medical records. Jens and our host Vinay Joosery discuss the laws and regulations healthcare service providers must adhere to. They also discuss the pros and cons of hosting your infrastructure on AWS.
Since Jens has moved his infrastructure to a smaller local platform, we asked him to share why he made this move, the challenges he faced, and the lessons he’s learned. He also emphasizes that working with smaller service providers allows for meaningful long-term partnerships beyond customer-vendor relationships.
💡 Name: Jens Alm
💡 What he does: Jens is the founder & CEO of Prorenata, a SaaS company that helps schools document medical records.
💡 Website: Prorenata
💡 Noteworthy: Jens is a doctor and, as he says, ‘half a software engineer’ in the SaaS healthcare space.
💡 Where to find Jens: LinkedIn
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