Controlling Office 365 License Assignments and Costs with Optimizations and Advanced Management

At Ignite 2019, Our founder and CEO, Bob Bobel, shared with us a new feature to the Cayosoft Administrator product—An end-to-end license optimization solution for Microsoft Office. This solution looks at not only the usage within Office by specific users, it also knows the parameters to scale licenses. For example, a user can go from an E5 to an E3 in order to optimize the license. This optimization can provide a license that meets the usage, not a general license that’s not being completely used. This could mean huge savings for an organization!

We are pleased to invite you to our webinar, Controlling Office 365 License Assignments and Costs with Optimizations and Advanced Management, to learn more about this powerful new feature.

In this webinar, Cayosoft will demonstrate: 

  • Free License Reporting Solution that will allow you to quickly run licensing health checks and audits of your license assignments and usage for hybrid or cloud users. 
  • Free Low License Alerting Capability that will warn you before you run out of licenses. 
  • Office 365 Free Service Adoption Solution that monitors user’s license usage and offers additional assistance to drive Microsoft Office 365 adoption and maximize your organization’s collaboration and Return on Licensing Investment (ROLI). 
  • License Optimization Advisor our commercial solution that goes beyond simple usage analytics to not only show the optimal license assignment for each user, but also steps needed to assign that license.  
  • License Lifecycle Management capabilities that include advanced license delegation, automated license assignment, and license quota assignments for Hybrid or Cloud Office 365 deployments. 

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