Certero looks to revolutionise SAM

Launches AssetStudio V4 for greater flexibility with modules

UK-based IT software specialist, Certero, which opened office in Sydney, Australia in 2010, hopes to revolutionise the software asset management (SAM) market with its new AssetStudio V4 solution that breaks down SAM complexities by offering 10 modules which can be chosen individually or used to work together.

According to Certero, the solution aims to offer customers choice. It allows individual modules to be applied depending on user requirements. A customizable dashboard gives users visibility of software assets. Additionally, the built-in reporting engine provides business intelligence for historic, current, and predictive views on software trends.

“We wanted to produce a SAM solution which is simple to use and critically offers greater flexibility,” Certero managing director, John Lunt, said. “We believe AssetStudio V4 will revolutionise the SAM market helping to make complex administration a thing of the past.”

Lunt added that, as a result of V4, management of software assets will no longer be restricted to experts.

He also said that there are no hidden costs, which allows customers to buy what they require rather than paying for everything up front.

AssetStudio V4 was launched on Wednesday in London.

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