Zylo Receives ITAM Review’s First Enterprise SaaS Management Certification

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Zylo recognized as leading SaaS Management and Optimization platform by The ITAM Review

INDIANAPOLIS, February 24, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Zylo, the world’s leading SaaS Management and Optimization platform that enables companies to organize, optimize, and orchestrate SaaS, today announced it is the first SaaS Management vendor to receive official certification by The ITAM Review. The ITAM Review is an independent global community for ITAM, SAM, and Licensing professionals. Since 2008, they've provided access to the latest news, reviews, and resources within the IT asset management profession, providing readers with the insight to deliver their ITAM strategy. They have tracked the SaaS Management tools and services market since 2018. The ITAM Review certification is an independent verification designed to help ITAM and SAM practitioners identify tools suitable for managing their SaaS estates. This distinction reaffirms Zylo’s leadership in the SaaS Management category and the company’s position to continue driving the category forward in the future.

"Zylo’s certification solidifies its position as a market leader in SaaS Management. It is clear Zylo is well-positioned to serve customers with an extensible, adaptable, and continuously updated platform as the SaaS Management market matures," said AJ Witt, industry analyst at The ITAM Review. "SaaS adoption is growing at an exponential rate and an increasing number of businesses are turning to Zylo to properly gain control of their SaaS estate. As this trend continues, we expect Zylo will continue to evolve, keeping customers at the center of its product developments and assisting in meeting their ongoing SaaS Management needs."

The ITAM Review certification provides buyers with the confidence that a certified solution has the features necessary to manage SaaS, and has been endorsed by trusted professional references of customers using the tools in live environments. According to the report, customer references consistently highlight Zylo’s focus on customer success as a key differentiator, as the tool has evolved considerably to meet new customer requirements.

"At Zylo, we challenge ourselves to be remarkable - and this certification from The ITAM Review is powerful validation that our team is doing remarkable work to enable the world’s leading brands to manage and optimize SaaS in their business, their way," said Ian Runyon, vice president, product at Zylo.

SaaS growth continues to skyrocket. According to Zylo’s 2022 SaaS Management Index, the average organization has 323 SaaS apps and spends $65M on SaaS annually. And with IT teams directly managing less of an organization’s SaaS, the room for inefficiencies is wide within businesses’ rapidly growing SaaS portfolios. In fact, the average organization is only utilizing 60% of their provisioned SaaS licenses, leaving 40% wasted, unused and ripe for optimization.

To read the certification report, visit https://zylo.com/reports/itam-review-certification/.

About Zylo

As the world leader in SaaS Management and Optimization, Zylo enables companies to organize, optimize, and orchestrate SaaS. Organizations large and small trust Zylo’s enterprise-proven technology and unparalleled SaaS Management expertise to optimize more than 30 million SaaS licenses and $21 billion in SaaS spend. Zylo’s patent-pending, AI-powered Discovery Engine provides continual, frictionless monitoring of SaaS spend, licenses, and usage to create the industry’s most trusted SaaS system of record. Fueled by more data than any other provider, Zylo delivers actionable insights that allow you to take action quickly to optimize growing SaaS portfolios.

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Contacts

Megan Gasper
Walker Sands
zylo@walkersands.com
608-957-2795

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