Why SaaS management is really hard, but necessary.

The modern workplace is increasingly reliant on software-as-a-service (SaaS) subscriptions to get work done. Whether you’re running a small business, startup, or corporate enterprise team, SaaS is an essential part of the way we work today.

Unfortunately, SaaS subscriptions management can be tricky. It’s hard to keep track of which services your team is using and how much each subscription costs – especially when you have multiple users in different departments or locations. That’s why you might need SaaS subscription management software, like Saasmanager. SaaS subscription management software makes it easier for businesses to manage their SaaS budgets and reduce spending on unnecessary SaaS subscriptions.

Here's why SaaS management can be hard 👇

1. SaaS is used throughout the organization

SaaS subscription management can be tricky because different people in your company are different tools. Employees of all departments are able to adopt SaaS and - in some cases - are able to start paid subscriptions. Without a process or tool in place, it can be hard to keep track of all SaaS subscriptions.


2. Your SaaS usage evolves

As companies grow, their subscription needs change as well. As people come and go, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep track of who is using which subscription and for what purpose. This can lead to unnecessary subscription costs and missed opportunities for cost savings.


3. Onboarding and offboarding is a hassle

One of the biggest challenges with subscription management is onboarding and offboarding employees. Onboarding new employees means - in this case - giving them access to the right tools and making sure they are set up for success. Offboarding employees can be a lot of work too – you need to make sure all their data is backed up, that they are unsubscribed from any services they no longer need and that everyone in the company knows their departure. It can be a lot of work, and it's easy for things to fall through the cracks.


Research shows you can save up to 30% on SaaS by canceling unused and underused subscriptions

SaaS is often the second biggest expense for companies, after payrolling. On average, companies spend $1,200 per employee per year on subscription services. This number can be much higher for companies with a lot of remote employees or international workers.


A recent study from Saasmanager found that businesses can save up to 30% on their SaaS spending by canceling these subscriptions. If you're a company with 50 employees and your SaaS spend is $ 1.200 per year per employee, your total SaaS spend is $ 60.000 annually. Saving up to 30% means that you can save about $ 18.000 per year on these SaaS spendings.


You can start saving serious money. Find out just how much.

Research has shown that you can save up to 30% on unused or underused SaaS subscriptions. Let us help you make that happen.

20 employees

$ 24,000

Yearly SaaS spend

$ 7,200

Saved every year with Saasmanager

You’re wasting up to 30%
on unused subscriptions

Research shown that you can save up to 30% on unused or underused
subscriptions. Start with Saasmanager today.

20 employees

$ 24,000

Yearly SaaS spend

$ 7,200

Saved every year with Saasmanager

That's where SaaS management software comes in

With Saasmanager, you can get a complete picture of your company's SaaS subscriptions. The intuitive tool lets you quickly see which services are being used, how much each subscription costs, and how many seats are not in use. You can also easily add users to existing subscriptions or make changes to billing information – all without any disruption to the workflow.

An overview of your SaaS landscape

A SaaS landscape is where it all begins for your organization. It gives you a complete overview of your spending, unused seats, admins and renewal and expiry dates. There’s a lot of customization available, so you can tailor your setup to meet the specific needs of your organization.


Insights into your teams software usage

Saasmanager's usage insights help you gain insights into your team's software usage. The app tracks which applications are being used, how often they're being used and by whom. This data can help you identify any underused applications and make decisions about subscription cancellations. With this data at your fingertips, you can make better-informed decisions about your team's software usage and spending


Expiry and renewal notifications

When a subscription is about to expire, Saasmanager will provide you with detailed subscription reports and cost breakdowns so you can make informed decisions about which services to keep, downgrade or cancel.


Onboarding and offboarding processes

Employees come and go. Saasmanager streamlines the process of providing a SaaS stack with the right seats, and helps cancel them when someone leaves.

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“In just one month, we managed to save so much time and money on our SaaS.”

Wout Withagen

CEO Freshheads

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“In just one month, we managed to save so much time and money on our SaaS.”

Wout Withagen

CEO Freshheads

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“In just one month, we managed to save over
€ 20,000 on our yearly SaaS spend.”

Wout Withagen

CEO Freshheads

Thanks for reading!


Hope this article was useful to you. Feel free to reach out if you need help getting started or have any questions about using Saasmanager. We're here to help!


Good luck, and happy managing! 🎉🎉🎉


About Saasmanager

Everything you need to manage your SaaS properly.

All your users

Add all your users to the account or your organization.

Unlimited subscriptions

Create a clear overview of all subscriptions used within in your organization.

Unlimited groups

Group your users in a way that makes sense for your organization.

Unlimited admins

Manage SaaS together, invite your colleagues as administrator to Saasmanager.

Checkups

Gain insight into your organization’s SaaS usage every month.

Onboarding + offboarding

Streamline the process of an employee joining or leaving your organization.

Notifications

Renewals, expiries — never miss out on anything ever again.

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Saasmanager complies with the requirements for ISO certification, like ISO27001.