License Management Through The Entire Software Lifecycle
Software License Management and Digital Supply Chain
Software License Management
Software procurement can be a time-consuming, expensive, and labor-intensive process. You need software that aligns with long-term business goals and meshes with your existing infrastructure, but don’t want to waste resources on overpriced or redundant technology. SoftwareONE’s Procurement Services can help you efficiently and cost-effectively handle the procurement process and maintain value throughout the entire software lifecycle – all in one place.
Your Bottom-Line Value
A labyrinth of complex licensing models, varying margins and incentives, and pricing differences can make software procurement incredibly difficult to navigate. SoftwareONE helps simplify the process to make informed purchasing decisions quickly.
Global best-price sourcing, access to vendor incentives, licensing expertise, and contract optimization capabilities help you reduce procurement costs and maximize returns on your software investment.
Procuring and managing a large software estate is a multifaceted process. Our centralized procurement framework enables transparent and controlled purchasing for immediate improvements in visibility across on-premises and cloud solutions.
Top Five Software Procurement Challenges
Maintaining high-quality suppliers and vendors
Balancing business demands with IT goals
Identifying ideal licensing scenarios and contractual agreements
Streamlining communication, management, and documentation throughout the procurement process
Mitigating supply, delivery, and compliance risk
SoftwareONE provides support at every stage of the procurement process – from negotiating with vendors to recommending alternative products and providing real-time reports.
Karen Chenery, Senior Commercial Manager at Atkins IS
Core Software Procurement Offerings
Value Added Reseller Services
Invoicing solutions, catalog management, tax optimization, customized support: So much more than just efficient software transactions.