for orders received before Friday Dec 27, 2019
A user checks out a license by running an application, but is the user actively using that application? How much of the license checkout time has the application been used? Was the license checked out used efficiently?
Are additional licenses really needed? Or are there actually more than enough if the available licenses are used efficiently? Maybe there are even excess licenses that can be given up for more cost savings.
Unproductive user habits?
Are the license needs of the company over-inflated because users are keeping licenses open ‘just in case’ or unknowingly using multiple licenses?
ApplicationTracker is installed on desktops or application servers where it monitors activity levels of all applications, independent of licensing method, on Windows, Unix and Linux platforms
Application activity from CPU, keyboard, mouse and I/O statistics is then compared against specific thresholds to determine if an application is active or inactive.
Reports from gathered application usage statistics can be used as basis for internal analysis and business process improvements at the corporate level
Discover and eliminate behavioral factors that constrain application availability
Allows for easy tracking of node-locked, dongle-based or other applications that do not use a common license manager
Identify opportunities to reduce costs within the current IT budget by tracking actual license usage