Open iT is a software asset management solution which can meter and report on how individuals or groups use applications, servers, storage, databases and services across an enterprise. Open iT enables fully customizable usage reporting, granular chargeback for software and hardware usage, and industry-leading automated license management capabilities across Windows, Unix and Linux platforms.

What Clients Say

  • Open iT Software has helped us manage costs as we expand the business, supporting and supplying the needs of our highest producers. “We could not have done this without a tool like Open iT LicenseAnalyzer. It meters usage 24/7, always hard at work for us, analyzing and providing data for optimizing our software resources, even as we reduce or expand our activity levels. This is not a once a year job!

    Dan Shearer, Manager Technology Enhancement, Burlington Resources

  • Newfield Exploration chose Open iT for the license monitoring software because it is the best in its class. When Newfield looked for information regarding its license usage, Open iT's technology, support and personnel were heads and shoulders above the rest of their industry peers.

    Jim Day, GeoscienceSystems Manager, Newfield Exploration

  • The ability to view our utilization rates and share this information with our administrators has brought our users a greater awareness of waste. Initially, our administrators were given the task of reducing and eliminating unnecessary licenses, but recently users have been trying to take on this responsibility themselves.

    Mr. Dai Matsubara, Chief of Global Information Systems HQ Engineering Systems Department, Nissan

  • Open iT LicenseAnalyzer has allowed us to monitor license usage and remove dormant licenses. This makes our license usage more efficient and reduces the need to purchase additional licenses.

    Dan Skantze, Senior Engineer Information Management, Norsk Hydro ASA

  • Open iT is an indispensable tool for monitoring and managing our data resources.

    Ole Preben Berget, Head of Reservoir Engineering Department & Chairman of the Computer Advisory Board, Statoil