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  • Stephen Newland

Five Step Process to Control Software Costs

About two years ago I saw first-hand how software expenses can stack up at a fast growing startup. When that Series A money hits everyone has a new idea & new tool that is, in their eyes, critical.

People leave...the software stays & everyone forgets or people just stop using software but don't stop the billing.

A few months ago I had the opportunity to work with a great company, Spendflo. They're focused on helping startups & growing businesses save on their software spend.

We put together a five-step plan to control software spending:

Step 1: Take inventory

Step 2: Evaluate usage and employee sentiment

Step 3: Identify duplicates

Step 4: Negotiate with data

Step 5: Repeat steps 1-4

Check out this blog post over on Spendflo's site for all of the tips behind each step above. Your bottom line will thank you!


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