As a product manager, I have worked with SaaS products for several years and while I appreciate the convenience they offer, there are a few things that I dislike about them. Firstly, the cost of SaaS products can quickly add up, especially if you are using multiple products across different business functions. While the subscription model may seem affordable at first, the recurring fees can accumulate over time and become a significant expense for the company. Secondly, SaaS products can be limited in terms of customization and flexibility. Since these products are hosted on the vendor's servers, there may be restrictions on how much you can modify or integrate them with other tools. This lack of flexibility can be frustrating for companies that require specific features or workflows that are not supported by the SaaS product. Lastly, SaaS products can also pose a security risk. Since sensitive data is often stored on the vendor's servers, there is always a risk of data breaches or other security incidents. While most SaaS vendors implement strong security measures, there is always a chance that data can be compromised. Companies need to carefully evaluate the security measures of each SaaS product they use and ensure that they are taking appropriate steps to protect their data. Overall, while SaaS products offer many benefits, there are some downsides to consider. As a product manager, it's important to carefully evaluate the costs, customization options, and security risks before deciding to use a SaaS product for your business.