How do you justify your investment in corporate applications?
Do you need clarity on what applications are actually being used in your organisation?
Do you need to streamline a new standard operating environment?
Introspectus can provide the answers
Existing application reporting tools provide statistics on the number of IT Application installs, irrespective whether the Application is used by end users or not. These tools audit the Applications installed on workstations and not which Applications users are interacting with.
Organisations can incorrectly assume that an installed Application is required and used. Applications are often installed and rarely or never used. This can lead to over licensing of Applications. Without the correct insight into Application usage the assumption can be made that an organisation heavily uses an application or even that an Application is no longer used.
Introspectus records active Application interaction by recording the start time and end time of an Application window and also recording the associated Application details. Introspectus removes the assumptions made by other tools in regards to Application usage. Introspectus only records Application activity of a user’s ‘in focus’ window.
Introspectus records the active application of each ‘in focus’ window and records the ‘start time’ the window becomes active and the time when the window is no longer active. This information is used to generate reports on user’s actual Application usage.