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Software Asset Management (SAM) Software

Manage multiple asset journeys with integrated software asset management features

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Make Software Asset Management Hassle-Free & Future-Ready

Infraon Assets drives software asset lifecycle efficiency - from basic software review to licensing and managed solutions.

Eliminate unplanned costs and dependency on multiple software asset management tools and enable continuous lifecycle compliance.

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Feature Highlights

Automated Software Discovery

Automate scanning of software assets with a rapid-fire “scan/search” feature for inventory endpoints. Detect any hindrances to software asset management efficiency & governance.

Software License Management

Track any overflow in your software asset license usage to avoid issues related to non-compliance/unused licenses.

Software Whitelisting & Blacklisting

Use a software whitelisting & blacklisting system to prevent future threats & minimize the damage caused by existing breaches in just a few steps.

Software True Up Cost

Be always ready to report the true up cost of your software assets without, including license & maintenance. Ensure a high degree of accuracy to prevent disastrous decisions.

Vendor Management

Monitor performance of software asset vendors with real-time data that ensures full transparency. Avoid contract oversights & set measurable vendor KPIs.

Integrated Ticketing

Centralize IT ticket management with an inbuilt integrated system that offers multi-channel support – with self-service options, including chatbot capabilities.

Low Stock Alerts

Be instantly notified by low stock alerts and create a culture of software asset availability. Prevent understocking that can potentially cause major business disruptions.

Access Control

Gain control by ensuring least privilege access privileges to software assets with authentication & authorization protocols – stay clear of compliance risks.

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Key Features

  • KPI Dashboard

  • Scheduled Reports

  • Custom Reports

  • Custom Roles

  • Report Export

  • Custom Alerts

  • Bulk Excel Import/Export

  • Customizable Fields

FAQs

Software asset management (SAM) helps businesses optimize their budgets by actively governing and automating procurement, usage, and deployment of software licenses and subscriptions. When an employee moves to other locations/teams within the organization, the asset is suitably tagged to ensure that the employee’s location/team is updated in the Software Asset Management database. Regular application and software upgrades happen accordingly.

A SAM program can help the IT administrators identify the number of licenses they have for each software vendor and are being used. It can then provide the SAM team with insights into the unused desktops and laptops and help them plan their inventory better. It also gives an overview of any software license breach caused by an employee or third-party contractor to whom the asset was allocated.

Since the average enterprise uses 500+ software applications, manually keeping track of the users may be cumbersome and cause compliance failures. SAM solutions help administrators to save costs for the company. Proper visibility into the company’s software portfolio allows them to identify multiple opportunities for IT savings. It reduces the risk of software license audit failures and penalties. Better asset utilization and more robust security protocols can be maintained.

A robust SAM solution should be able to track any software from the minute it is requested, through procurement, deployment, recycling, and finally, retirement. There are five types of software licenses - public domain, permissive, LGPL, copyleft, and proprietary. A good SAM solution should be able to keep track of all the software in its inventory and what type of license they have and manage their entire lifecycle. The key features of a robust SAM solution are - automated software discovery, software license management, software whitelisting and blacklisting, software true-up cost, vendor management, integrated ticketing, low stock alerts, and access control.