Insights into your SaaS landscape.
Optimize spend and renewals.
Automate on- and offboarding.
Stay organized and in control.
Saasmanager is designed to help companies easily keep track of their subscriptions. Whether you are a start-up, scale-up or digital agency - SaaS applications play an important role in your company. Keeping track of users and subscriptions is a hassle. That's why Saasmanager helps you stay in the driver’s seat.
All your users
Add all your users to the account or your organization.
Create a clear overview of all subscriptions used within in your organization.
Group your users in a way that makes sense for your organization.
Manage SaaS together, invite your colleagues as administrator to Saasmanager.
Gain insight into your organization’s SaaS usage every month.
Onboarding + offboarding
Streamline the process of an employee joining or leaving your organization.
Renewals, expiries — never miss out on anything ever again.
Saasmanager complies with the requirements for ISO certification, like ISO27001.
SaaS needs management.
As software asset managers, it's important to keep track of your SaaS spending. Doing so with spreadsheets is a headache. With Saasmanager, it becomes easy! It helps you stay on top of all your software assets with automated reporting and reminders. Saasmanager provides detailed insights into software usage and cost. It's your company's Software Asset Manager. Make sure your employees have everything they need, but only pay for what you use. That's how you get the most out of your software. With insights into usage and spending, you will never face unwanted surprises. Let's get to work!
Jasper van Elferen
Powering fast-growing companies.
Why you need a Software Asset Manager.
It's important to keep track of your company's SaaS spending for a couple of different reasons. First, it can help you manage your budget better and make sure you're using your money wisely. You can figure out which subscriptions are worth the cost and which ones aren't adding any value. Secondly, tracking your SaaS spending can help you save money by spotting duplicates or finding cheaper alternatives. Third, you can see which products and services are being used the most and allocate your resources accordingly. Finally, if your company has to follow certain regulations or standards, keeping track of your SaaS spending can help you stay compliant. All in all, keeping an eye on your SaaS spending can help you make better, more strategic decisions about your technology investments and use your resources effectively.