Acquisitions are good, right? Sure they help your company grow, but what other baggage do they bring? Obviously, you will gladly expand your customer base and available resources. But what are you going to do about an inherited homegrown licensing system that is completely incompatible with yours? Read how one company expanded, without the additional headache of managing disparate licensing systems.
Sage is an international business software, services and support company working primarily with small and medium sized businesses. Throughout the years, acquiring other companies has allowed Sage to continue to expand globally. However, these acquisitions also led to multiple homegrown licensing systems that did not work cohesively.
“It works, but it is old school”. That is how I’ve heard many business leaders describe their longstanding licensing implementations lately. So what is next for this space? As a long time software licensing business and implementation consultant I have the opportunity work with some of the industry’s leading minds in this area and can confidently say that I have seen the future of software license enforcement and it revolves around, you guessed it, the cloud.
Each year, SD Times creates a list of the top 100 leaders and influencers in the software industry –The SD Times 100. For the third year in a row, SafeNet has made the list in the Software Security category, as well as, Quality Assurance.