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Revulytics Introduces Data Enrichment Service to Generate Revenue from Unlicensed Software Use

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Revulytics, Inc., a leading provider of software usage analytics for on-premise software, today announced Revulytics™ Data Enrichment, a new service that improves the quality of customer-provided data to accelerate their software license compliance programs and generate revenue from unlicensed software use. Built on the Revulytics Compliance Intelligence platform, Data Enrichment identifies and validates organizations that are using unlicensed software and represent actionable compliance opportunities. It enriches data that software vendors are already collecting through licensing and activation, product improvement, and other telemetry programs. It leverages Revulytics Data Optimizer, a proprietary database of millions of infringing organizations and our process to automatically match unauthorized use to the actual infringers, and managed by an experienced team of data investigators. High-match rates yield highly qualified, accurate leads, and give software vendors the confidence to pursue non-compliant organizations and over-users.”

The release continues, “Data Enrichment automates discovery through multiple, best of breed, data providers with additional investigation by analysts that brings experience and subjective decision-making that enables software vendors to: Improve compliance analytics without additional engineering resources or SDK integration; Increase match rates that go beyond reliance on simple IP-matching services; Visualize, filter, and prioritize fully resolved infringing organizations; Manage enriched data in a streamlined, actionable dashboard.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Revulytics

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