Our development team has been hard at work renovating reports for our customers. Today I want to share with you one of the new reports in our LMAP Beta Module.
Is the perfect software portfolio actually achievable? The short answer: yes, but the definition of “perfect” for your business will change continuously.
As your business grows, relocates, hires new people, consolidates, changes direction, wins new projects, etc., your resource needs will also likely change. This means that optimal software licensing is like a moving target, and you need to be Robin Hood or Katniss Everdeen to continually hit the bull’s eye.
Here are three tactics we have seen companies do to make “hitting the bull’s eye” easier in a constantly changing environment.
It’s a no-brainer that most people who are interested in Cetrus Process Meter (CPM) are in IT, BIM management, and Finance. We save them time and money because our data allows them to make informed decisions around software.
With Autodesk University (AU) 2019 in less than two weeks, I thought it’d be fitting to tell a story that is the basis for our messaging at AU.
When employees leave software applications open on their desktop for long periods of time, without using them, we call it “hogging a lane.” Why? It blocks the flow of traffic, creates frustration, and ultimately results in over-licensing.
In the next week or two, we will be publishing a new technical white paper on our Plug-in Expense-2-Project (E2P). So today I want to share the Expense-2-Project story with you and explain why it’s even more important now.
Hello! Last week I went to the Midwest University (MU) conference for the first time! This blog post includes information about the event and my top 5 lessons learned as Marketing Manager for Cetrus.
New Blog Series: Informed Decision Making
Cetrus’ goal is to make sure our customers have the software data they need to make informed business decisions. However, part of making these informed business decisions is understanding licensing methods and what works best for your company. Thus, here is the first post in a new educational series about software licensing!
Topics: Informed Business Decisions