Flexera SaaS Manager gives you total visibility of your SaaS applications – regardless of whether they’re licensed, approved, or authorized – so you can reduce costs and eliminate risks. Flexera SaaS Manager integration with Coupa will give you the insights on SaaS application expenses from the Coupa platform and enable you to take action. Flexera SaaS manager will search Coupa Expense reports to identify approved expenses and provide a single view of usage and un-sanctioned spend within Flexera. Simply add the Coupa Expense integration to Flexera SaaS Manager.
Complete Visibility and Control Over SaaS Usage
Software as a Service (SaaS) is one of the fastest growing areas of cloud computing, in some cases predicted to outpace platform and infrastructure services. Gartner predicts strong growth of SaaS technologies reaching revenue figures of $85 billion by the end of 2019. The growth comes at a 17.8 percent increase from previous years and accounts for a majority proportion in the public cloud revenues forecasted to reach $278 billion by the year 2021.
Despite this accelerating SaaS adoption, most enterprise IT departments don’t know what SaaS apps are running in their environments or how they’re being utilized.
It’s time you got a handle on your organization's SaaS usage. Flexera has enabled clients to save hundreds of millions of dollars with our software spend optimization solutions, and now we’re bringing that expertise with our SaaS management.
Shine a Light on Shadow SaaS
Buying SaaS applications is dangerously easy. Anyone with a credit card and an email address can subscribe to an app and start using it that same day, regardless of your internal policies. This results in the rapid proliferation–typically outside official procurement channels–of SaaS apps throughout an organization.
This is shadow SaaS, and it creates painful challenges:
You waste money on SaaS subscriptions that aren’t needed.
Unauthorized applications hosting your proprietary data, increasing security and regulatory risks.
Increased risk of exposing data to people that shouldn’t have access.
Increased maintenance and support overhead