“We spend millions on subsurface software. A solution like Open iT is a no-brainer.”
Open iT is a solution for metering, analyzing and optimizing the usage of technical and engineering software tools to generic applications, servers, storage, databases and services across an entire organization.
Primary tool for software usage metering, analysis, and optimization for all business and technical applications
This level includes all the features of Level 1, and it also meters the activity levels of all applications (standalone or server-based, Cloud or on-premise) to determine whether the applications are truly being actively used.
This level expands the capabilities of Levels 1 and 2 to provide better control in managing license resources by uncovering and terminating or suspending applications that are not in active use.
Dedicated to Analyzing Storage and Grid Computing environments
Technical and Engineering Applications
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“Open iT usage reporting has enabled us to make detailed business decisions, optimize applications with minimal effort and significantly reduce annual software expenditures.”
“Working with Open iT has helped us navigate the inner workings of our high-end software applications to monitor availability and activity levels – something we haven’t been able to do up to this point.”
Engineering and specialty software are crucial in driving the automotive industry forward. As digitization and new technologies revolutionize aspects from design and production to supply chains, the value of these
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Managing corporate assets and resources, such as engineering software licenses, is just one of the many tasks carried out by senior associates, department heads, and upper-level managers. Thus, the concepts