2022 View from the Top: LicenseFortress

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By Dr. Michael Corey Co-Founder & COO Over a decade ago, LicenseFortress started helping companies with software license compliance. When we entered the market, it

CIOReview names LicenseFortress Top Company in License Management – 2020

“Don’t bring a knife to a gunfight,” is how Michael Corey, co-founder of LicenseFortress, advises companies that are going to get audited by their software vendors. Conducting license compliance checks for over ten years, Corey has witnessed several instances where companies fail to understand software licensing nuances and lack knowledge around license metrics pertaining to software deployment, usage, configurations, and cloud architectures. Such blind spots are why software vendors like Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft find software audits an easy way to generate additional revenue.

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LicenseFortress was Named in DBTA’s Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2020 for Two Years in a Row

The assortment of challenges and resulting solutions is wide-ranging. With data flowing into organizations from more sources than ever, the requirement for efficient data integration and data cleansing has never been greater. In addition, due to the growing assortment of data privacy regulations, the need for data governance best practices has also increased. At the same time, a variety of cloud scenarios are on the rise, data warehouse approaches are working alongside data lakes, and numerous data management technologies are being tapped to address specific requirements.


LicenseFortress named in DBTA’s 22 Startups to Watch in ’18

LicenseFortress® was named one of twenty-two startups to watch in 2018 by Database Trends and Applications. We are honored to be on this list and are excited about what we have in store for 2018!

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Snipit: Startups with a mission to address an unanswered problem continue to emerge in the tech sector. These companies tap into new and still emerging technologies such as cloud, IoT, machine learning, containerization, AI, NoSQL, and blockchain to provide fresh solutions that simply were not possible before.