SAP Software Asset Management
Currently one of the top five vendors most likely to audit, according to Gartner, SAP’s objective is to ensure your organization is using products correctly. As a commercial business, and like other vendors, SAP also sees auditing as a revenue opportunity.
SAP currently supports approximately 100 different license types which do not contain a black-and-white definition unlike other vendors, making assessing the cost-effectiveness and value of SAP licensing more challenging for business users.
Taking control of your SAP software licensing and understanding your company’s exact risks, will enable you to understand the costs associated with being non-compliant, ensuring actions can be taken to align future business requirements with rationalized software investment.
Diminish the chance of spending precious budget on duplicate user licenses
Reclassify previously purchased SAP licenses based on actual user behaviour
Automate processes to manage users and mitigate risk and overspend
Dedicated SAP Software Asset Management
Whether you are looking to baseline your estate in preparation for an audit, or would like to reduce the costs associated with SAP software asset management, License Dashboard will help you take control and proactively face any estate changes.
Guidance through the complexities of proving SAP compliance
- Collate and organise the evidence required to demonstrate users are licensed
- Differentiate between the way SAP is procured and the way it is consumed
- Reduce the risk of all-too-common duplicate user costs