With the expectation of an effective and successfully distributed vaccine for COVID-19, and the current height of stock market and real estate values, the new year could be promising for companies and individuals who struggled in 2020. Typically, the beginning of a new year is the perfect time for planning – New Year’s resolutions, business goals and Software Asset Management (SAM) strategies!
Several months ago when we rang in the New Year, little did we know that 2020 would present the unforeseen challenges of a worldwide pandemic. How can your IT and Software Asset Management program help cut expenses? Managing and optimizing your hardware and software assets is a great way to avoid unnecessary costs.
Is your organization disenchanted with your SAM tool? If so, Eracent is ready to help. Whatever the reason your organization feels underwhelmed with your SAM tool, this situation may lead to an internal push to find a new solution. While the thought of replacing your SAM solution seems as challenging as moving a mountain, it can actually be relatively easy and painless.
ITAM and security should be aligned and go hand-in-hand.
A good ITAM program requires reliable inventory and discovery as its foundation. A good security program requires the same. The basis of any security program is recognizing your IT assets – hardware and software – so that you can secure them.
SAP licenses tend to be very expensive and determining the best license type for each user can be impossible to complete manually. What can SAP customers do to resolve this challenge?
Eracent’s Continuous License Reconciliation (CLR) for SAP® Applications™ offers an automated method to ensure compliance for any SAP application, and helps customers realize tremendous cost savings through optimization analysis and license type recommendations based on actual usage details.