Businesses Blow Budgets on Unused Software
Businesses are wasting more than 10% of their software budgets on products that are never used.
An IDC study, commissioned by licence management firm Flexera, shows that over half of enterprises say 11% or more of their application spend is associated with applications that are underused (shelfware).
According to the survey, 30% of respondents familiar with their companies’ software usage rights do not optimise their software estates by reconciling software usage data with product use rights.
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