Building a Business Case for a Software License Optimization and Entitlement (SLOE) Program

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by | March 14, 2016


Building a SLOE program for your organization costs money, but doing nothing also costs money – probably more so! Like any investment you need to make a sound business case to get the go-ahead.

This will likely involve educating the budget holders about the risks and likely costs of doing nothing and giving them some idea of how implementing a SLOE program will reduce risks and save money – so providing a compelling ROI.

To aid in this Forrester recommends asking 4 key questions:

Are you buying more licenses than you really need?

The answer is probably “yes” unless you have a comprehensive, formal license reharvesting process. You need to find out whether each product’s overall usage is consistent with your expectations and with peer organizations.

SOURCE: certero.com

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