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Get out of the chaos! Forget Shadow IT — focus on decentralised IT
SaaS apps are omnipresent within organisations and they are skyrocketing out of IT's control. Forget Shadow IT, this is a complex landscape of decentralised IT led by Business Units — an 'underground digitalisation' where various IT solutions are implemented for improved capabilities.
Decentralised IT represents a systemic change and it has not yet been understood and managed. It creates major risks for companies (GDPR, security, and underperformance, to name a few) that must be addressed and governed.
All large organisations will have to face this decentralisation to accelerate their digital transformation. “CIOs should embrace Business-Led IT.” — Gartner
Discover the depth of your underground digitalisation
Beamy continuously detects and monitors all SaaS apps used within your organisation. Maximise your ROI by visualising what is used, understanding Shadow IT risks, and streamlining decision-making.
Detect all your SaaS apps, even those in Shadow IT
Detect all SaaS apps used within your company thanks to our advanced detection technology.
Visualise all your SaaS apps
Understand your SaaS stack - what is used and by whom through comprehensive & enhanced data.
Refine your SaaS stack to fit your needs
Refine your SaaS stack based on your needs to assign clear responsibility and promote better cooperation within your teams.
Synchronise with the rest of your IT ecosystem
Leverage two-way synchronisation with all knowledge sources already implemented (ITSM, CASB, SAM, PRP, GRC, etc.).
Collaboratively manage your SaaS stack on a unique platform
Beamy helps build effective governance between all key stakeholders (BUs, CIOs, CISOs, DPOs etc.) using powerful automated workflows. It centralises SaaS knowledge on a single platform to master usage, optimise contracts and mitigate associated risks.
Manage and orchestrate your decentralised SaaS
Gain extensive understanding through automated data collection to identify usage and ownership of each application.
Assess all the risks of your SaaS stack
Assess and mitigate risks (GDPR, security, business) thanks to standard and customisable criticality scores.
Optimise your contracts and maximise your ROI
Rationalise your SaaS stack by monitoring renewals and current contracts using platform data to make insightful optimisation decisions.
Govern your SaaS ecosystem through a unique platform
Govern your SaaS stack by defining a multi-stakeholder evaluation process for new requests, and by setting your own compliance standards.
Simplify Business Unit digitalisation through a dedicated Enterprise App Store & employee portal
By establishing a new framework for collaboration between IT and business, large organisations can accelerate digitalisation with more transparency and autonomy while mitigating risks.
Enable employee digitalisation with a dedicated portal
Provide a personalised portal and workspace for employees with in-depth data and views of the company's apps.
Find the best apps through a comprehensive SaaS market directory
Give employees access to a directory including the apps already in use within the company, and those available on the market.
Facilitate requests for access to existing and new apps
Reimagine your IT/BU collaboration by allowing employees to express their needs through request workflows.
The largest companies trust Beamy
SaaS Management is a process of discovering, managing and governing all the SaaS applications present within an organisation’s technology portfolio.
Beamy raises US$9 million to govern the explosion of SaaS in companies and build the framework for their IT decentralisation
Beamy, a European pioneer in SaaS management for large companies, has raised more than US$9 million dollars in Series A funding. This funding round was led by the Aglaé Ventures and ISAI funds, as well as business angels Nicolas Hernandez (360 Learning) and Erwan Keraudy (CybelAngel). The solution has already attracted notable customers including LVMH, Decathlon, Orange, Engie and BNP Paribas to provide a framework for governing the decentralisation and implementation of their SaaS tools across their businesses.
In the last few years, the rise of SaaS in companies has been perceived as a double-edged sword. A major source of freedom and acceleration for businesses, it has also been synonymous with headaches for IT departments, particularly from a security and compliance standpoint.
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