Scalable Software Recurring Revenue Doubles – Adoption up 80% Year Over Year

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SaaS application liabilities and key partnerships fuel growth.

Scalable Software, Ltd, a leading provider of IT hardware and software asset management solutions for enterprises, today announced Asset Vision® has surpassed 800 organizations around the world. This growth has resulted in a more than doubling of monthly recurring revenue and an equally important growth in endpoints under management. This growth has come through adding customers in key vertical industries, as well as strategic and OEM relationships. Contributing to the strong performance is a subscription renewal rate exceeding 90%.

The discovery, usage detection and software license optimization capabilities of Asset Vision for both traditional licensing models and SaaS applications are key to this growth. It is clear that current legacy platforms are becoming obsolete and many lines of business applications are being adopted outside the control of corporate IT departments as SaaS solutions. This can cause a dramatic upswing in software subscription liabilities and risk. The detection of these new SaaS deployments using conventional discovery tools is a challenge that requires new technologies, as these SaaS apps have turned into the perfect storm for IT procurement departments. Equally important is an increased market focus on Software Asset Management due to audit concerns and security questions over unwanted or untrusted applications.

“Since the general market release of Asset Vision at the beginning of 2013, we have seen growing adoption in key markets.” said Mark Cresswell, President and CTO of Scalable Software. “Clearly SaaS is now an accepted deployment model for tools like Asset Vision across many industries. The intense interest in Software Asset Management, as well as the recognition that more modern tools are necessary to effectively manage a company’s IT assets, is helping drive demand for our solutions.” Cresswell added, “We have also added some strategic relationships with Accenture, SoftwareOne and EasyVista which also contribute to increased market awareness.” Cresswell concluded by saying, “I am extremely gratified by the trust and confidence our installed base has placed in the product and people as evidenced by the strong subscription renewal rate. We must continue to execute on customer satisfaction, as that is critical to the long-term success of the company.”

Additional 2017 highlights:

  • Growth of end user base by over 100%
  • Four+ major releases of Asset Vision, including the following new or enhanced capabilities:
  •      Linux and OSX application usage tracking
  •      Discovery of user and licensing data for SaaS applications
  •      Linking of web apps to service apps
  •      Generic Service Dependency detection
  •      Discovery of Oracle eBusiness Suite users
  •      Expansion of SQL Server and Windows cluster collections
  •      Inventory of Cisco UCS Managers and managed servers
  •      Addition of Toshiba and Fujitsu warranty capture
  •      Thin client device discovery and identification
  •      Full SCCM integration for software harvesting
  •      Automation for software reconciliation and normalization
  •      Support for iOS DEP, Managed Distribution and Android
  •      XenApp license assignment data capture
  •      Chromebooks support

About Scalable Software
Founded in 2008, Scalable Software Inc. is the publisher of Asset Vision®, a cloud service suite of IT applications, including Asset Vision RegistryTM, Asset Vision OptimizeTM, Asset Vision License ManagerTM and Asset Vision Client ManagerTM. Dedicated to innovation in IT tools to manage the complexities of cloud, virtualization and mobile, Scalable addresses IT challenges across all verticals. From asset discovery through license reconciliation to sharing of asset data across the organization Asset Vision is used to support mature and cost-effective IT asset management strategies.

Asset Vision is a registered trademark of Scalable Software, Ltd. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.

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