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SADA Systems Releases LicenseTrax for Microsoft Office 365

A license reporting application, LicenseTrax provides enterprises accurate software license management capabilities

LOS ANGELES, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SADA Systems, global leaders in cloud computing and strategic IT consulting, announces the release of a new application that helps organizations get accurate reports of their Office 365 license usage by division, department, agency or franchise. This Office 365 license tracking tool is ideal for any Office 365 customer needing to distribute costs across departments, such as franchise businesses ranging from hospitality, to retail and restaurant chains, as well as educational institutions and government agencies. LicenseTrax for Office 365 is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution that effectively reports license usage according to various groups within an organization.  Management and admins within the organization have the ability to manage licenses by assigning or revoking specific Office 365 features. LicenseTrax for Office 365 is also fully integrated with Active Directory (AD) and all AD group capabilities.

Typically, organizations with multiple divisions running off Office 365 must determine the number of licenses in use by using manual calculations by subsidiary, division, department or workgroup, a time and resource-intensive process. LicenseTrax for Office 365 eliminates this pain point by giving organizations the ability to easily conduct organizational level add-move-changes that impact internal cost center calculations. LicenseTrax for Office 365 is accessed via SharePoint Online, for easy integration, simplified access and minimal change management. With a simple, intuitive interface and on-demand reporting, LicenseTrax for Office 365 gives organizations an easy-to-use solution for Office 365 license usage reports. SADA Systems provides a straightforward plan customized for your organization to implement the tool. Once LicenseTrax is implemented, simply receive a monthly billing for the service.

"After numerous conversations with organizations about how to distribute Office 365 costs across their organization automatically and accurately, we are excited to be able to offer this effective and effort saving solution," said Russel Buetow, National Director of Sales at SADA Systems. "Because it is offered as a service, we are happy to be able to provide enhancements to our customers regularly. We believe Office 365 licensing reporting should be simple for large or structurally complex organizations, and this is why we strived to bring this new solution to market."

Learn more about LicenseTrax for Office 365 by visiting www.LicenseTrax.com or emailing [email protected].

About SADA Systems

Founded in 2000, SADA Systems, Inc. is a privately-held global leader in providing cloud computing and strategic IT solutions to organizations worldwide.  SADA Systems is a National Systems Integrator (NSI) and premier Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partner with Gold Competency specializing in Office 365 deployment, migration and implementation services. One of the first Cloud Accelerate Partners worldwide, SADA develops solutions to business problems through the implementation of cloud technologies, processes and systems. SADA houses an expert team of Microsoft Virtual Technology Solution Professionals recognized for excellence and innovation - SADA was recently named a 2013 Cloud Partner of the Year finalist. Visit www.sadasystems.com.

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