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06 September 2013

Sneak peek: Software asset management features in TNI 3

Our clients use Software accounting tab in TNI 2 a lot.

In fact, it’s safe to call our current software asset managing tool unique. Users love how it lists all software in your network in one place, and how you can expand any item to see all the installations and license keys at a glance. You can also manually add license keys to specific copies, monitor their compliance, etc. Surprisingly, these features combined are hard to find in other inventory tools.

Still, when we designed the current version of Software accounting for TNI 2 we saw it as a secondary function, a pleasant bonus feature for those who would find it useful. Well, it turned out, almost everyone does. We started receiving feedback about Software accounting since day one with questions and feature requests.

And we hear you. The first thing we did before reinventing the SAM tool was destroying the old one. Then we went to the whiteboard and started brainstorming this thing for real.

From scratch!

The upcoming update is unique and massive. It’s big enough to shift the major version of the product. Frankly, it could be a product of its own.

Just to give you the idea of its scale, here’s a picture worth examining:

Click to see!

So, now you know. Stay tuned for beta-testing and further news, and have a nice weekend!

Categories: News, Sneak peek, Softinventive Lab, Total Network Inventory

19 thoughts on “Sneak peek: Software asset management features in TNI 3

  1. Please leave a comment here if you would like to participate in the closed beta-testing of TNI 3 + SAM, no matter if you already own a license for TNI or not.

    • Mauricio on 4 November 2013 at 15:44 said:

      Hi Zak,
      is there any cloud based Total Network Inventory solution comming?.
      I’m looking for a solution because I have a lot of remote users that are not connected to my LAN.

  2. Craig LaHote on 18 October 2013 at 12:59 said:

    Hi Zak, you may remember me from my use of TNI for assessments at Meyer Hill Lynch. I’m working to convince my new employer of the benefits of the tool, and would love to participate in the beta of TNI 3.

    Regards,

    Craig

  3. romeo on 24 October 2013 at 14:45 said:

    hi i ‘ll like to know how to use TNI 2.Because i want to use it to do the inventory of my enterprise network.thanks

  4. edward on 25 October 2013 at 10:41 said:

    Will there be support for viewing product keys for a broader range of software such as Adobe Acrobat?

  5. Zac Cornett on 28 October 2013 at 20:59 said:

    We’ve been using this product for some time now and would love to beta test.

  6. Reinhard Arens on 29 October 2013 at 15:41 said:

    We are using this product for some time now and would like to beta tester.

  7. David Robitaille on 31 October 2013 at 19:50 said:

    Hi,
    I am administrator of a entreprise network that would really appreciate being one of the Beta testers! (over 100 of computers with mixed OS and different softwares on them)

    Thanks in advance,
    Dave

  8. Hello,

    we use tni2 since one year and we really would like to test the beta version.

    Thanks and best regards,
    Jan

  9. Reinhard Arens on 4 December 2013 at 14:43 said:

    First of all, great job … the software asset management is great!!
    Our beta is not working any longer … when will there be the final version/key?

  10. Jose on 6 March 2014 at 19:15 said:

    any version for 64 bit?

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