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Aug 11, 2021 11:30 AM
Flexera Reporting -Software Spend
Does Flexera one capable to produce reporting around Software spend analysis.. to see how much we have invested in specific publisher .. any Financial Analysis reporting available for software please share what type of reports we can generate in this area that would be helpful.
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Aug 16, 2021 12:00 AM
There is quite a bit of spend-related data that can be managed and reported on throughout various Flexera One capabilities. Here are some specific areas to look at:
- Technology Spend is a dashboard that shows how much your organization is spending on Information Technology cloud, SaaS, and software components. See Getting Started with Technology Spend.
- The Microsoft Vendor Workspace provides an overall view of the spend for Microsoft licenses (on-premise and SaaS), hardware, and Azure cloud. This workspace also displays your organization’s Microsoft contracts due for renewal and due to expire to help with contract negotiations and budget planning. See Microsoft Vendor Workspace and Getting Started with Microsoft Vendor Workspace.
- Within Flexera One IT Asset Management you can create and report on purchase records to track individual purchases with your various vendors. See Managing Hardware and Software Procurement.
- Within Flexera One Cloud Cost Optimization you can manage and report on spend with major cloud vendors such as Azure and AWS. See Getting Started with Cloud Cost Optimization.
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