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What is "SAAS" ? - 31 meanings and definitions

What does SAAS mean? The acronym SAAS has 31 different meanings.

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SAAS stands for 31 thing(s):

  1. SAAS: School of Advanced Airpower Studies
  2. SAAS: Science Achievement Awards for Students
  3. SAAS: Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences
  4. SAAS: Security Audit and Analysis System
  5. SAAS: Security Auditing & Analysis System
  6. SAAS: Semisolid agar antifungal susceptibility
  7. SAAS: Serum amyloid A proteins
  8. SAAS: Shuttle Aerospace Actuator Simulator
  9. SAAS: Shuttle Aerosurface Actuator Simulation
  10. SAAS: Sichuan Academy of Agricultural Sciences
  11. SAAS: Software As A Service
  12. SAAS: Software-as-a-Service
  13. SAAS: Soldier as a System
  14. SAAS: Solicitation and Awards System
  15. SAAS: South Australian Ambulance Service
  16. SAAS: Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists
  17. SAAS: Special Airborne Antenna System
  18. SAAS: Splenic artery aneurysms
  19. SAAS: Stand Alone Analysis Shelter
  20. SAAS: Stand Alone Analysis System
  21. SAAS: Standard Ammunition Automated System
  22. SAAS: Standard Army Ammunition System
  23. SAAS: State Administrative Agencies
  24. SAAS: Student Award Agency for Scotland
  25. SAAS: Student Awards Agency for Scotland
  26. SAAS: Substance Abuse Attitude Survey
  27. SAAS: Sugar amino acids
  28. SAAS: Sulfur amino acids
  29. SAAS: Sulfur-containing amino acids
  30. SAAS: Sulphur-containing amino acids
  31. SAAS: Sussex Academy Of Arts And Sciences
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