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In 2022, the Great Resignation increased the tech industry’s turnover by 649 percent. And so far in 2023, more than 130,000 workers in U.S.-based tech companies have been impacted by cuts.

These changes are challenging to even the most sophisticated organizations as they create "licensable events" and—when not managed well—can expose organizations to significant cost and risk.

Overlooking SaaS could cost you—and some of your most relevant SaaS providers like Microsoft, Salesforce and ServiceNow are often the most difficult to effectively manage and optimize

According to Flexera’s 2022 State of ITAM Report, Microsoft, Salesforce and ServiceNow are some of the most relevant SaaS providers that organizations rely on today. But only 52 percent are negotiating contract terms with these vendors, and less than half have teams and processes in place to track usage, rightsize and promptly offboard employees, resulting in significant optimization challenges and exposure to risk.

Whether you’re mid-contract or preparing for your renewal, we can help you get the most out of your Salesforce, M365 and ServiceNow subscriptions:

  • Identify reclamation opportunities from unused and unassigned licenses
  • Optimize subscription types to meet individual and group usage needs
  • Mitigate risk from unauthorized use and incomplete offboarding
  • Get armed with the right data to plan for and negotiate your renewal from a position of strength

Whether your organization downsized due to the economy, is preparing for a contract renewal or just looking to better optimize your SaaS spend and mitigate risk, Flexera can help. We’re offering a no-obligation analysis of your Microsoft 365, Salesforce or ServiceNow subscriptions for a limited time. Using our industry-leading Flexera One solutions and team of experts, you can expect results in just a few weeks.

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