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Track and manage your subscriptions
SaaS contracts can be difficult to manage, especially if you are a start-up, scale-up or digital agency. Most likely, SaaS applications play a crucial role in your organization. Saasmanager is a tool designed to help you easily track and manage your subscriptions and users so you can stay in control!
SaaS needs management.
SaaS contracts can be a significant expense for your organization. It can be challenging to keep track of all the subscriptions, unused seats, and changes in usage. Saasmanager offers a simple solution to help companies regain control of their SaaS contracts, save money, increase productivity, and prevent security issues. With our central location for managing all your SaaS contracts, you'll no longer have to worry about unexpected expenses or surprises.
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SaaS contracts, what and why.
SaaS contracts are the agreements between you and your SaaS provider. They outline the terms and conditions under which the SaaS provider will offer you access to their software and services. SaaS contracts typically include details such as the duration of the agreement, the services to be provided, the pricing and payment terms, and any warranties or guarantees offered by the SaaS provider. They may also include provisions for termination, renewal, and data privacy and security. It’s important to keep track of your applications. What are you using? And which applications are barely used? Give yourself the best possible tool to manage your applications: Saasmanager.
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Invite admins to join in and manage their own subscriptions, with clear overviews of usage provided by the tool. Keep track of your spending by checking billing sections and considering options such as deleting inactive users or downgrading subscriptions. Saasmanager can also help you complete your SaaS landscape by bringing together information from various sources, including accounting software and credit card statements.