Single-pane SaaS management
In a 300-person company, SaaS can easily sprawl out of control. According to Leo, the global team relies completely on SaaS, and often these apps were purchased and expensed informally by individual team members. By connecting G-Suite and Netsuite to SaaS management, the Mavenlink team was able to discover and track hundreds of SaaS vendors in play across the entire organization.
Before SaaS management, when finance needed to understand the status of vendor contracts, they’d contact Leo to track down the contract owner. Often, the contract owner wasn’t aware of his or her billing responsibilities when it came time for renewal. In other words, the process was highly inefficient at best and resulted in quite a bit of wasted time.
With SaaS management, both IT and finance gain a single system of record for managing SaaS apps across the company’s global offices. The team gets visibility into the overall budget, and has reduced rogue IT spending. IT can now better understand the priorities of each department, and ensure team members have access to the apps they need to do their jobs.