Is your budget under pressure from factors caused by the current macro-economic environment?

Do you need to realise immediate cost savings? 

We can help!

IUM is the enterprise-grade App with the proven track record of realising substantial savings and reducing the immediate cash exposure.

IUM is a license optimisation App that is proven to deliver substantial savings for your IT budget.

Atlassian's license model requires all users to have a fixed license allocated to them ("named license model"), even if they only use the application occasionally throughout the day, week or month.

Incremental and average costs per seat for those users is immense. Streamline your Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket licenses on a per concurrent user model, rather than the traditional per named or registered user model.

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Not enough? 

Share licenses between users ("concurrent license model") without impacting the user experience and preserving permissions such as ticket allocation, user mentions and email updates. 

We typically observe that peak active concurrent user sessions are between 10 - 15% of the number of registered users. For example, if you have 3,000 registered users, we expect that your peak concurrent usage would be between 300 - 450 users, allowing you to run a 500 user license.

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