Exertis Cloud launches Smarter SaaS for M365

Exertis Cloud has launched its Smarter SaaS service, software asset management tool, in partnership with The Business Software Centre (TBSC). Exertis is offering Smarter SaaS free of charge to resellers who sign up to the service before the end of March.

Smarter SaaS for Microsoft 365 is a cloud-based Software Asset Management solution that optimises M365 subscriptions. This service automatically recommends ways of managing IT costs while finding the optimal Microsoft 365 subscriptions for each user.

The Exertis branded dashboard solution will enable users to recognise and manage the key factors for optimisation. These factors may include lapsed users, non-allocated applications, changing adoption rates, facilitating staff training on M365 applications, licensing compliance, and ensuring users are on the right M365 subscription.

Rik Hubbard, Cloud Services Director, Exertis Cloud adds, “Exertis Cloud is excited to announce that we will be offering Smarter SaaS 365 to all partners who register for a cloud account and transition their existing business before the end of March – free of charge for the first 12 months of the relationship. Smarter SaaS 365 is a business intelligence tool that enables cloud resellers to gain valuable insight into the way their customers are using the Microsoft licences.  This enables resellers to proactively help customers to maximise their return on investment. We are delighted to be able to offer our partners a service that enables them to identify additional opportunities to enhance their customers’ use of Microsoft 365”.

Exertis Cloud launched in October 2020 and is one part of Exertis’ ambitious digital strategy, which focuses on customer experience, innovative marketing and data-focused digital services to drive trade, as well as the expansion of digital services across the organisation.

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