License Management

Take control of your current licenses and assets.

Ensure an easy overview of all your licenses, access to software utilization rates, and a fair internal billing process

Most organizations have streamlined operations, which has resulted in an increased need for mobility and optimization of company resources.

Symetri’s knowledge of engineering license management can help you get a clear view and understanding of your current license and asset situation, covering compliance risk and actual needs analysis.

The superior functionality of CQFlexMon allows me to produce detailed reports and cost division, and monitor the utilization rate of the engineering software. Now when I order a report from the system, it is ready for financial administration after just one iteration round.
Tomi Lehtimäki, Development Manager at Etteplan

CQFlexMon helps you, monitor, manage and analyze your software licenses

Our solution CQFlexmon can help you with your cost and needs an estimation for future investments, produce statistics on the number of hours a user or department has used a certain type of license and provide a summary for any period. The integrated debit module allows you to allocate the license costs fairly, and there is a module to show all borrowed licenses. To facilitate the administration of user details, you can retrieve this information directly from the Active Directory database, providing your company uses this option.

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