SaaS Operations, IT Operations, Manage SaaS

What is SaaS Management?

The SaaS industry has grown rapidly over the recent years, and is projected to continue similar growth in coming years. As exciting as these new applications are, it presents a new issue that begs the questions: how do we manage all of these applications? And what does it mean to 'manage' SaaS?

SaaS Operations, IT Operations, Manage SaaS, Partners

Intello Named SHI’s SaaS Operations Management Vendor

Intello Named SHI’s SaaS Operations Management Vendor to Reveal Shadow IT and Manage SaaS Usage, Security, and Compliance for SHI Customers.

SaaS Operations, Intello, Shadow IT, SaaS, Workplace Tech, IT Operations

Shining a Light on the Dark Side (and the Jedi Force) of Shadow IT

Strategies for uncovering and dealing with Shadow IT; and a healthy perspective on how it can actually be a good thing.

SaaS Operations, SaaS, Workplace Tech, IT Operations, Slack

Top Integrated SaaS Apps That Will Benefit from Slack’s Public Offering

We love a good growth story, and Slack’s Direct Public Offering (non-IPO) is nothing short of a tidal wave of growth for the apps integrated with them as well. With last week’s entry into trading as of last week, Slack was already valued at $19.5B and surprising many Wall Street analysts. It’s a

SaaS Operations, Intello, Shadow IT, Workplace Tech, IT Operations

Why I Joined Intello

fter quickly realizing Division 3 Quarterbacks of my stature “can’t play in the National Football League,” it was time to come up with a plan B… And fast... After graduating from Union College with zero gameplan in sight, I stumbled upon the world of SaaS sales.

Software Spend, SaaS Spend, License Management, SaaS, Workplace Tech, IT Operations, Software Budget

How much money 💵 are you wasting 🚮 on software?

Please stop by my office. I want to speak with you.”

That was the email I received from our CFO. It was 2013, back in the day when I was leading Product Strategy & Innovation at Big Fuel (acquired by Publicis). We reached 150 employees, and a problem was brewing.

“Michoel, I am looking at