Leverage the scale and simplicity of software
as a service (SaaS) for unmatched security
and visibility across your OT, IoT, and IT networks.
About BigFix Inventory
Dramatically reduce the time required to conduct a comprehensive software asset inventory for license reconciliation or compliance purposes. Provide valuable insight into what the organization owns—and what it has installed but does not own—along with how often the software is being used.
Software License Management
Compare discovered software against the number of available licenses to make better procurement decisions. Provides information on over 9,100 publishers, 38,000 software products and more than 105,000 application signatures out-of-the-box.
Multiple Discovery Types
Support six different forms of discovery including a Software Identification Catalog (ISO 19770 enabled), customized template signatures (for propriety and homegrown applications), an installation registry, vendor-specific discovery solutions, ISO SWID tags, and hardware discovery.
Identify aggregate application license counts, software usage statistics and license type compliance across all your endpoints including those in kubernetes containers.
Discover software, processes, file systems, and hardware plus monitor usage across operating systems to simplify audits and reduce fines.
Reduce Audit Fines and Software Costs
Identify licensed and unlicensed software with drill-down granularity to reduce annual software expenditures and vendor-imposed software compliance penalties.
Reduce the time, effort and inaccuracy of manual inventory and analysis by using a single source of continuous endpoint hardware and software asset discovery, license management, and usage analytics.
Help IT and Security organizations collaborate to secure the enterprise by monitoring for unauthorized software and removing software which pose a security threat.
See BigFix in Action!
One endpoint management platform enabling IT Operations and
Security teams to automate discovery, management and remediation
– whether its on-premise, virtual, or cloud – regardless of operating
system, location or connectivity.