Software price benchmark now on the web

Peter Wesche November 2, 2012

For the first time, a web-based service allows procurement professionals to rate the competitiveness of a proposal. After providing a few parameters, License12 builds a benchmark study within seconds and provides it online or as a PDF download. The service is called QuickBenchmark™ and a nominal flat fee is charged in a typical e-transaction via credit card. No other registration or software installation is needed.

What does it mean for closing a software transaction?

Buyers of software are no longer exposed to the lack of transparency that complicated models of the big vendors have caused over years. By region and industry, user organizations can make sure they are getting a competitive offer. Even amidst of negotiation, in a break, the buyer can use his internet connectivity to see where he stands and what additional effort might maximize his benefit.

Currently, QuickBenchmark supports Oracle and SAP, further vendors will be added shortly according to the provider.

  • NickNovember 9, 2012

    I don’t really know much about software licensing thanks for the information.

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