Licensing IT systems correctly is a challenge

Achieve order in the licensing jungle

Devices and servers change, virtual machines are created or moved, employees leave the company or new ones join. Remote workstations are set up and whole parts of the IT business are outsourced to the cloud.

Keeping track is difficult. We are here to help.

What is that?

Software Asset Management

Complete clarity about IT infrastructure!

Companies often lack transparency within the IT licensing landscape. Conversely, this means that decisions are made based on missing information – often to the detriment of the company.

IT needs to drive digital transformation right now, creating and connecting new workspaces and opportunities while, at the same time, keeping costs down.

Measuring on-premise IT use is complex. In some cases, the licensing landscape seems confusing and, at the same time, software vendors are increasing the regularity of audits.

Software Asset Management (SAM) helps companies manage and optimize the use of software across the organization by employing a set of IT best practices that link people, processes, and technology. (Microsoft)


1. Software inventory and cataloging

Analysis of the software titles on your company’s servers, PCs, and workstations. We use the professional solution from Octopus, which was developed by Microsoft managers and has since become the standard for the best analysis software worldwide.

2. Comparing licenses with software

Determining the license documentation for all software titles used on servers, PCs, and workstations. We document all results and create the perfect launch pad for the digital future of your company

3. Reviewing and establishing policies and procedures

We help you review and develop policies and procedures, and work with you to ensure they are applicable and comprehensive.

4. Implementing and maintaining a SAM plan

We continue the process by including software usage guidelines, regular software inventory reviews, employee training, and senior management in the ongoing process.

Used software costs you little. Asking costs you nothing.
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