Tracking Spend

In 2017 a 200-person startup will spend $2,036,000 on cloud apps and services. That's 25% more than in 2016!

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Optimizing Costs

In 2017 a 200-person startup will lose $460,000 on excess cloud software licenses and wasteful SaaS contracts.

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Wasteful contracts
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Unused or redundant services
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Overpriced vendors

Benchmarking
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SaaS vendors offer up to 50% discount on list prices if right buttons are pushed at the right time.

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Typical price per seat per month (annual contract)

War stories

Hear from Cleanshelf customers who tell stories how they saved tens of thousands of dollars on their SaaS spend.

" We were tracking our Salesforce usage patterns continuously over the course of the year. When the Salesforce contract was up for a renewal we had a strong negotiating position to buy just the licenses we really need. We estimate to have cut costs of our Salesforce contract by $45,000."

" We had 5 months worth of Anymail finder credits available in our account because we were buying much more than we actually need. We spent 30 minutes optimizing our costs and saved $24,000 annually on our Anymail finder subscription. "

" Our projected Librato spend for 2017 was $36,000. Once we learned that this is substantially higher than at comparable companies we reduced the number of metrics and the resolution of measurements and lowered our Librato bill by 60% "

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