SI Discover and Manage are two different product offerings. If you have the SI Manage module, by default, you will also have the SI Discover module. However, you can also get the standalone SI Discover. Please contact your CSM for further details.
SI Manage provides all of SI Discover's features plus even more capabilities.
Once SI has finished discovering all of your SaaS applications, SI Manage allows you to dig deeper. You can get more benefits such as usage and utilization information by integrating each and every SaaS vendor directly. It is likely that your SaaS application is already available in SI, ready to integrate. The list of supported SaaS vendors is growing every day.
As previously mentioned, SI provides SaaS spend breakdown and trend analysis by services or organizational units. Here you can also set up budget allocation by SaaS application.
You can set automatic budget alerts for SaaS subscriptions with consumption-based pricing.
You can detect changes in usage and consumption pattern, provide in-depth insights on user engagement, license utilization, and resource allocation.
Leverage the renewals calendar and automatic alerts for upcoming contract renewals. Leverage utilization insights to support negotiations and contract right-sizing.
Define a set of SaaS applications needed for new employees and track if access was provided. For employees leaving the organization, validate if access was successfully revoked.
User Lifecycle Management requires Okta with Lifecyle Management module
Provides quick access to software tools and supports back office to streamline application authorization and provisioning IT workflows.
License consumption analysis supporting entitlement rationalization and right-sizing, cross-organization license procurement, pooling and allocation of SaaS applications as well as contract consolidation.
The UI of the products is not necessarily complete, exhaustive, accurate, or up-to-date due to continuous development. The look and feel of the UIs are subject to change.
Updated 3 months ago