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TS. Census License Compliance Suite integrates state of the art software inventory, usage and license reconciliation capabilities to ensure that you purchase and manage only the software licenses you need.

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TS.Census Brings Artic Communities Closer Together
MDS Sciex Corp. Saves on Software with the TS.Census Usage Module
Denver Water: A Mile-High Compliance Report
Acsys Acquires Access to Software Compliance Information
Good Samaritan Hospital Gets Compliance Help
Direct Mail Case Study
Exhibit Group Case Study

TS.Census Brings Artic Communities Closer Together
Setting and enforcing standards, ensuring software license compliance, supporting end-users, and making sound IT purchase decisions are critical and complicated tasks for any organization. Imagine accomplishing them across a territory of 200 million square miles that lacks passable roads or railways, relies on satellite communications, and is really, really cold most of the year. Curtis Kayfish, IT Administrator for the Canadian government of Nunavut, is meeting that challenge with TS.Census. Using accurate PC inventory data collected automatically from 26 regionally disparate communities, Kayfish is making sure that Nunavut's end users are well-supported within budget and staffing constraints.

MDS Sciex Corp. Saves on Software with the TS.Census Usage Module
George Maynard at MDS Sciex Corp. is saving real money with thorough software license management. He applies PC inventory and software usage data to his purchasing plans, making sure he supports only the software licenses that are actually used. And, both Microsoft and his reseller have accepted George's TS.Census reports as the de facto standard of what is installed in his environment, giving him an edge during negotiations and software license compliance checks.

Denver Water: A Mile-High Compliance Report
Pam Peschel at the Denver Board of Water Commissioners was hoping to automate and add rigor to her software license compliance efforts. What software was installed? Had parts of the Office Suite been parceled out over several PCs? Conducting PC inventories with TS.Census gives Peschel and her team a frequent, accurate view of all installed software. And running scheduled audits is teaching end-users that software license compliance is something they need to care about—everyday.

Acsys Acquires Access to Software Compliance Information
Frequent changes in Microsoft's software licensing programs have forced many companies to become very serious about license tracking—Acsys included. Kevin Scott, Technical Service Manager from Acsys, knew he needed to get a handle on what software was installed across their 40-office organization. WebCensus got him the PC inventory data he needed quickly—his software audit of 700 PCs took less than 48 hours.

Good Samaritan Hospital Gets Compliance Help
Chuck Christian, CIO of Good Samaritan Hospital, believes in taking a proactive approach to software license compliance. He uses WebCensus to quickly prepare for potential software audits. Specifically, he relies on software compliance reports that organize software installations by category, manufacturer, and operating system and include serial number and suite status information.

Direct Mail Case Study
Tony Compton of Direct Mail Express is a big believer in staying compliant with software licenses. But a letter from Microsoft mentioning a possible audit made him serious about automating his software license compliance program. WebCensus enabled him to scrap his time-consuming manual inventory plan. He inventoried his organization in two weeks as opposed to the projected two months, uncovering unlicensed and unused software.

Exhibit Group Case Study
Exhibitgroup's IT Director, John Danowski, leaned heavily on TS.Census to manage an operating system migration across 31 corporate sites. Detailed PC inventory data including hard drive, memory, CPU speed, and installed applications helped him determine which machines were ready for the upgrade, which needed remediation, and which had to be retired. And once the project was sized and budget submitted, TS.Census was ready to help track migration progress across all 31 sites. Top of Page Back to top


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