Installed Applications for License True-up Report

IT Asset Management 2024 R1 (Cloud)

The Installed Applications for License True-up report lists software licenses with payment schedules of the type "license true-up" that have payment due. The report allows you to identify which upcoming payments you will need to budget for, or possibly re-negotiate in order to reduce your costs.

This report would mostly be used by Purchase/Contract managing operators, and potentially also software asset management (SAM) managers from a licensing perspective. You may choose to review this report monthly, quarterly, or annually; depending on the frequency of your payments schedules.

Generating the report

  1. Go to the Installed Applications for License True-up page.
  2. Click Run report.

Reading the report

The following columns (listed alphabetically) are available in this list. By default, some are available through the column chooser.

Chart properties
Column name Description
Contract

The contract to which each payment schedule belongs.

Not editable.

Installations
The count of installed applications associated with this contract.
Note: Only records for contracts with a payment due for license true up payment schedules are included.
License The name of the license name which the contract is linked to.
Note: Only records for contracts with a payment due for license true up payment schedules are included.

The Name value is editable in the Identification tab of the license properties.

Payment schedule

The kind of payments being scheduled, as determined when the payment schedule was created.

Not editable.
Installment plan properties
End date

The last day of operation for this payment schedule.

Set when the payment schedule is created, and then not editable.
Tip: The End date is adjusted automatically if you later delete the last installment on the payment schedule, or if you add a new installment to the payment schedule.
Frequency

How often periodic payments fall due.

Set when the payment schedule is created, and then not editable.

Start date

The beginning of the first period for this payment schedule.

Set when the payment schedule is created, and then not editable.

Payment term

The timing of each payment (periodically in advance or in arrears; or a prepaid lump sum).

Set when the payment schedule is created, and then not editable.

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