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3 Exit Interview Questions That Can Improve Your Workplace

All employment relationships end eventually. Some relationships end sooner than others, and some later. Moreover, they don’t always end for negative reasons. Often, work relationships end on good terms, like a promotion or a change in career paths. Whatever the reason that employment...

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SaaS Service Level Agreement Fundamentals

If you’ve ever provisioned a SaaS license, you might find it’s a lot like leasing a car. You generally can’t just pick a car and drive off the lot. You need to chat with a salesperson and develop suitable terms that work for you and the leaser. And even if you could pick a...

March 16, 2021 in

SaaS User Management: How to Track Employee SaaS Usage

“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it,” said Peter Drucker, the father of business studies and a widely-known influential thinker on management. And we think he’s right. When it comes to managing software-as-a-service (SaaS), you can’t optimize...

March 10, 2021 in
SaaS Management Tool

How to Pick the Right SaaS Management Tool [In 2021]

Looking to get the most out of your SaaS apps? A SaaS management tool is the tech-savvy way to create a reliable ecosystem. SaaS management tools allow you to optimize your SaaS spend, improve your IT efficiency, and get the most out of every SaaS application. We’re taking a deep-dive on...

January 21, 2021 in
SaaS Spend Management

SaaS Spend Management – Why It’s Essential in 2021

SaaS apps are more popular than ever before. In 2020, the average enterprise used 288 SaaS applications company-wide. With this many tools, managing SaaS can be a full-time job. You need to constantly ensure: All the SaaS apps you’ve paying for are being used. You’re not paying for...

January 21, 2021 in
Money Wasted on Saas

The Rise of SaaS Waste (and How To Stop It)

SaaS waste is becoming one of the most pervasive issues modern businesses face. According to the 2020 SaaS trends report, the average company wastes around $135,000 annually on SaaS tools they don’t really need or use. Some SaaS waste stems from companies paying for multiple tools that solve...

January 11, 2021 in