Owning a lot of software entails paying a lot of license fees if not measured or monitored on time. Every organization needs a niche-specific solution for the convenience of smooth operations as well as for industry compliance.
Software management and metering have an impact on the whole course of business and help organizations decrease an organization’s IT expenses, mitigate potential legal risks related to software usage, and improve the efficiency of both the IT department and the employees.
Software management and metering analyze software usage data and assist IT administrators in lowering the cost overhead brought on by unauthorized renewals and upgrades. The software metering features of Motadata ServiceOps software management give visibility and insights into the software assets in the IT network and assist organizations in making educated decisions regarding software license renewals, hence lowering IT costs.
How can ServiceOps help organizations with software management and metering?
An appropriate software metering is to monitor and manage software execution effectively. These solutions serve as watchdogs of software. In addition to monitoring application usage, these watchdogs also stop the distribution of unauthorized programs. A user can launch an application is determined by the license-usage limitations that organizations define.
Software asset management helps organizations to measure all the assets with details such as when they were installed, what is their expiry, and what kind of licenses are installed in the assets. It keeps checks on all the hardware and software assets to enhance IT expenses. Organizations can easily manage IT Assets, Licenses, and Audits.
With Motadata ServiceOps Software management and metering, organizations can easily manage and monitor all types of licenses, their installation details, expiry details, the cost of those licenses, and if they are clubbed with other licenses.
Motadata ServiceOps offers information on how much and how long a specific software has been used on each system. Additionally, for a predetermined amount of time, the technician can access the license reports for each system. The administrator can decide whether to keep or withdraw the license for the software application used on each system using these usage statistics.