Increase your IT savings.
Insight’s Software Asset Management (SAM) tools and services make it easy to maintain an accurate software license inventory, consolidate unused licenses, send usage reports and more. We’ll help you determine exactly what you need.
Easily maintain FITARA compliance.
The Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) requires all federal agencies to modernize IT according to specific criteria, but reports indicate many agencies are failing to meet the standards. If your agency is struggling with FITARA, we can help.
Of the five categories that determine your FITARA grade, perhaps the easiest to address is IT portfolio review, or the ratio of your IT savings compared to your IT budget. We’ll work with your agency to increase your ratio of IT savings, so you earn a higher FITARA score.
The tools you need to take control
We offer two user-friendly SAM tools to help your agency stay in charge of reporting and software license management:
Enterprise License Dashboard
Our Enterprise License Dashboard provides a high-level picture of your license entitlements and current compliance standing. This cloud-based platform gives you visibility into:
- Product agreements & expiration reminders
- License aggregation & purchase drill-down
- Machine-level license positions & entitlement
- Reporting, analysis & download capabilities
Enterprise License Manager
The Enterprise License Manager gives you granular control over your license entitlements, allowing you to reassign or harvest unused licenses and monitor software usage. This tool includes:
- A configurable catalog
- Punch-out methodology
- Integration with discovery & development tools
Conquer MEGABYTE compliance.
The Making Electronic Government Accountable by Yielding Tangible Efficiencies (MEGABYTE) Act of 2016 requires chief information officers to establish a comprehensive inventory of their agency’s software licenses and lifecycles for five fiscal years. Although this may seem like a tall order, our SAM services can help you stay MEGABYTE-compliant.
Software governance is mission-critical.
In order to keep costs down, maintain peak efficiency and ensure cyber resilience, your agency needs a software governance policy. This policy requires all agency workers to use only approved software programs and applications, whether they work in an office or remotely.
Using unauthorized or outdated software could leave your agency open to cyberattacks. Unauthorized software likely goes unmonitored, while outdated software may not receive security patches. To ensure safe data practices, all employees should only use software approved by your governance policy.