Express Metrix

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Express Metrix, LLC
Type Privately held
Industry IT asset management software
Founded September, 2000
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, United States
Products Express Software Manager
Express Inventory
Express Meter
Website www.ExpressMetrix.com

Express Metrix is a provider of IT asset management software used for PC hardware and software inventory, license management, and software metering. Express Metrix is based in Seattle, Washington, and its software has been deployed on more than two million desktop computers worldwide.[1]

Company history[edit]

Express Metrix grew out of a division of WRQ, Inc. (now Attachmate) called Express Systems. In September 2000, a group of WRQ executives purchased the Express Systems product line from WRQ and formed Express Metrix.[2]

Products[edit]

  • Express Software Manager is an IT asset management suite that integrates PC inventory, purchasing data, software usage tracking, and application control. The suite includes Express Inventory and Express Meter.[3]
  • Express Inventory is a hardware and software inventory product that provides a summary of all hardware and software installed across the PC desktop and server environment.[4]
  • Express Meter is a software metering product that allows companies to track software usage across their networks, as well as restrict access to applications that are concurrently licensed or pose a risk to security or productivity.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Morejon, Mario (2007-10-29). "Express Lane to Software Asset Management". CRN. Retrieved 2008-04-24. 
  2. ^ Bermant, Charles (2007-03-05). "Tools keep track of hardware, software". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 2008-04-24. 
  3. ^ Morejon, Mario (2007-10-29). "Express Lane to Software Asset Management". CRN. Retrieved 2008-04-24. 
  4. ^ Bradley, Jason (2006-09-08). "Vanderbilt Law School cuts costs, improves management of software licenses". eSchool News. Retrieved 2008-04-24. 
  5. ^ Musthaler, Linda (2006-09-25). "Software Usage Tools". Network World. Retrieved 2008-04-24. 

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