Software Asset Management

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software asset management

Get a visual overview of your software asset management and compliance in one quick glance

    Manage Your Software Assets in One Place, and Make the Right IT Decisions.

  • Scan your workstations that are scattered across different sites to discover and import all the installed software automatically.
  • Get a single list view of each software, capturing critical details like the number of purchases vs. installations, workstations running the software, and the software manufacturer's profile.
  • Classify software as managed, shareware, freeware, prohibited, and categorize them for efficient tracking and management.
  • Get a complete history of when the software was installed or uninstalled, past users of the software, and workstations that ran the software.

Manage Software Licenses with Ease. Be Audit Ready.

  • Allocate license types as individual, enterprise, OEM, concurrent, and volume license to all managed software.
  • Keep track of license expiration dates and be notified in advance so you can reduce license management risks.
  • Create license agreements with various vendors and associate multiple software licenses to software license agreements anytime.
  • Scan your workstations periodically to detect license violations and unauthorized software installation and sail through audits with ease.
Software license tracking

Mitigate audit risks with a single source of truth for all your software asset licenses

Manage service packs

Manage software license compliance by centrally allocating and deallocating licenses across all asset groups

Track Software Usage. Stay Compliant.

  • Plan your future purchases wisely by gaining information on the frequently used, rarely used, and occasionally used software via software metering.
  • Track overlicensed, underlicensed, and compliant software using the software dashboard to ensure license compliance.
  • Ensure that your software is bug-free and updated by managing service packs such as hotfixes, security updates, and software updates from a centralized location.
  • Create software reports, automatically schedule them, and share them in desired formats across your enterprise for analysis and better decision making.

Having separate service desk instances for IT, facilities and records allows us to track the issues separately while giving us access to the other departments' resources. With the new version of ServiceDesk Plus, we feel like the firm's support and administration departments are working together to provide assistance. I love that it's customizable, easy to use and available at a great price.

Beverley Seche Network Administrator at Stark & Stark, Attorneys at Law.

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