Your SAP landscape is a huge network of systems and user accounts that is reconfigured almost daily. With so many changes, it’s challenging to ensure your company pays only for the licenses you need.
That’s why USU Software Asset Management has the most intelligent SAP rule definitions in the industry. You get the right information to determine individual license usage for each SAP engine and package, and to simulate big license changes such as migrating to S/4HANA.
Our solution finds the most cost-effective SAP licenses while ensuring you are compliant with SAP’s license measurements.
You’ll save an average 10% in costs by optimizing your SAP licenses, seen in the next 3-month cycle.
Run your usage results against SAP audit tools (like LAW and USMM) to always be compliant with contract terms.
Put SAP processes on autopilot – like allocating licenses, retiring unused licenses, and assigning lowest-cost named users.
USU Software Asset Management is independently verified by the ITAM Review to meet your biggest SAP licensing challenges. This includes maintaining compliance, optimizing licenses, identifying indirect access, and migrating to S/4HANA cost-effectively.
SAP wants its customers to migrate to S/4HANA quickly. But you risk of paying too much if you rush into this change. A cost-effective migration starts with analyzing your current SAP environment, which is where our SAP solution comes in:
Make a decision your budget won’t regret. SAP says Digital Access’s document licensing is easy and convenient – but is it cheaper than indirect access? Our SAP solution helps you decide by looking at important options such as:
SAP has certified our solution can be used technically in SAP NetWeaver as an ABAP add-on, giving you improved interoperability and supportability.
What’s possible in your relationship with SAP? What isn’t! USU has over 40 years of implementing SAP licenses and account management. From analyzing indirect access to negotiating contracts, our SAP experts know what’s worked for other companies and can share those best practices with you.
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