Enterprise application vendors do not design their license policy to be easily understood. As a result of this customers often find themselves paying for products that they do not require and overpaying for the ones that they do. Software users are often unaware of vendor rules according to contractual obligations. Vendors can conduct a license audit and non-compliance can result in unexpected costs and stress for the customer.
Version 1 License Management can provide the full lifecycle of software licensing consultancy services, ensuring our client’s enterprise application license estates are fully optimised and under control with regards to cost, license compliance and complexity.
Our Approach to Mitigating the Cost and Risk of Audits
During a typical review, we find non-compliance risks of over £5.8 million.
Why Version 1?
We will always put the customer first. We are technology agnostic, providing a modular plug & play approach to each set of unique customer requirements. We enable clients to make better, more informed decisions on their software estate; understand the options and make the right decision for you. Our priority is to give the best advice, not just to secure licensing revenue.
Reduce Cost & Risk
- Tools Agnostic
Market Leading Expertise
- Breadth & Scale
- Technical Background
- Ongoing Staff Education
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If you use licensed enterprise software it is likely that you have received, or will soon receive a vendor audit letter. 65% of enterprise customer received at least one vendor audit in past 12 months. What is your best option?Talk to our Independent Oracle Licensing Experts today.
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