Calculate Multiple Microsoft Windows 7 Migration Paths with AssetCheck's Win7Assist

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Corporations can now forecast the costs and times of Windows 7 migration paths and identify the location of applications that may may hinder a Windows 7 upgrade.

AssetCheck's Win7Assist Dashboard

AssetCheck's Win7Assist Dashboard

Legacy applications from 3rd parties may hinder a corporate migration or cause increased post-migration support costs.

AssetLabs - the leader in on-demand Software Asset Management (SAM) & License Analytics - announces the availability of Win7Assist, empowering corporate SAM teams and Microsoft SAM Partners to forecast the times and costs of migration paths to Microsoft Windows® 7, as well as identifying applications that may hinder a Microsoft Windows 7 upgrade.

"Microsoft has gone through great efforts to ensure a seamless transition from Windows XP to Windows 7, but legacy applications from 3rd parties may hinder a corporate migration or cause increased post-migration support costs. The clear strategy is to clearly identify & upgrade such legacy applications prior to a Windows 7 migration in order to ensure productivity and reduce costs.

Win7Assist includes:

Cost Migration calculator: Forecast the time to finish a Windows 7 migration based upon current migration rate, as well as by modifying the retirement age of PCs.

Application Compatibility : Identify the magnitude and replacement cost of applications that have compatibility issues with both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 7

Drill-down reports: Identify the devices currently using applications that are not Windows 7 compliant

Win7Assist is included within AssetLabs' flagship AssetCheck service.

Pricing & Partners
AssetCheck is currently available from Microsoft LARs (Large Account Resellers) including Compucom, Dell, & OnX Enterprise Solutions.

About AssetLabs
AssetLabs offers web-based SAM & ITAM services to customers engaged with volume license agreements with today’s leading software vendors. For more information, please visit http://www.assetlabs.com

AssetCheck, AssetAugment and AssetLabs are trademarks of AssetLabs, Inc. Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other corporate names and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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