The risk being out of compliance or miscalculating software licensing is a dark cloud that lives over the head of every CIO. With the ever increasing complexity of the IT landscape and the pressure on every IT department to do more with less, it has become critical to find cost effective and practical tools that allow for better control of enterprise software licensing.
License management software ensures the governance of license compliance across an organization. License tracking capabilities help maintain long-term compliance and enforce software usage policies that guarantee security and ensure organizations meet IT audit requirements, while lowering licensing costs and non-compliance risks.
Today, it’s easy for organizations to fall short in creating a holistic approach to improve IT management. Within an enterprise, the growing urgency for IT service management tools to address visibility concerns throughout every department is proving to be extremely critical. Doron Gordon, Founder & CEO, Samanage explains, “In today’s fast moving world, IT organizations of all sizes need complete visibility of their operations. This visibility provides an unprecedented ability for IT groups to see, measure, share and improve.”
Samanage is the one and only cloud-based service management solution that allows for IT organizations to breathe easy and plan for the future of the software licence landscape.
With the ability to track and monitor contracts, licenses, and their respective requirements and restrictions, Samanage delivers IT licensing audits and provides a simplified way to manage employee software usage. Recently, Samanage received the prestigious 2016 SIIA Software CODiE Award for Best IT Asset Management Solution
“It is not only the management of assets that are important, but managing the lifecycle of the asset and how it relates to IT operations. These are some of the challenges we have solved,” says Doron.
Samanage is the one and only cloud-based service management solution that allows for IT organizations to breath easy and
plan for the future of the software
Doron set out to resolve these issues when he founded Samanage in 2007. With over a 1,000 customers in 56 countries and a company that has more than doubled in size each year for the last three years, it is clear that Samanage is adding value to the clients that it serves. Moving into the future, Samanage is working to provide service and support to the industry in a way that not only streamlines service delivery, but also assures continuous improvement. Doron concludes, “It’s the idea that those repetitive and mostly mundane tasks that consume more than their fair share of our time can simply be automated, enabling them to provide streamlined processes and requests. We believe Samanage can achieve this.”