In this paper, an Application Service Providing framework for the provision of real world scheduling applications as services, named SchedSP, is presented. The main assumption of this paper is that the main business tendency is for distant users to have relatively small computational capabilities with web access being the main remaining capability. Since scheduling applications are computationally intensive and the demand for such applications is growing, it appears that a platform as SchedSP will be a good model for the computer applications environment of the future. The architecture of SchedSP is presented and analyzed. Its interaction with GRID resources and basic scheduling applications background is also presented.