During the past months our team here at onetool has been working hard on improving our platform to help our customers take full control of their organization’s SaaS applications. To give you some insights on what we are currently up to, we will share a monthly newsletter containing recent product updates, interesting bits of information about software management, among other fun things (hopefully, they’ll be fun for you too).
Free Plan coming soon
As you read these lines we are developing onetool’s free version for organizations with less than 25 employees that is due to be released to soon. If you would like to join the waitlist to get free early access, please subscribe here.
The free plan will enable small teams to easily manage their cloud software on a simple dashboard and comes with essential features like 1-click on-/offboarding automation as well as usage and spend analytics. We are looking forward to helping smaller teams with the and hope we can gather valuable feedback to help us improve our features and overall user experience.
If you already subscribed to the wait list we’d like to tell you to telll you two things: 1. Thank you! 2. We are almost there and will contact you regarding your onteool onboarding soon.
Take a product tour with our CEO
Gordi is the founder of onetool and along with our CTO Tobias, came up with the idea of building onetool out of necessity. When you know the pain SaaS chaos brings, you can only try to tackle it.
In this video, he shows you how easy it is to onboard a new user to their apps with onetool. Make sure to check it out and, if you can, give him a Like!
If you would like to learn more about automating the tedious process of SaaS user provisioning you can read more about it on our website or schedule a SaaS management demo with one of our experts here!
Want to know how other IT pros tackle SaaS management?
Last month, we released a report containing the latest insights we gathered from interviewing 105 IT decision-makers in mid-market companies about their current and future challenges with SaaS Management.
It was shocking to find out that more than 40% of them still rely on spreadsheets to keep an eye on their growing tool stacks that contains 26 – 75 tools on average.
To learn more about this and other interesting findings, read The State of Mid-Market SaaS Management Report 2021.