Metering and billing solution for hybrid clouds
Advanced consumption reporting, rate card management and billing automation for public and private cloud.
Exivity in five steps
Extract usage and lookup data from any data source
Aggregate, map and normalise raw usage data. Apply business logic that drives your hybrid cloud product portfolio.
Manage service catalogue rates, costs, discounts, uplifts and budgets.
Exivity ships with out-of-the-box text and graphical reports, allowing you to drill-down into your IT costs.
Exivity can be your master data source containing product quantities and prices which can be ingested as line items into your ERP of choice
Exivity offers a scalable and flexible platform. Go into production fast with customizable templates. If needed, pull data from anywhere using a powerful extraction and data transformation engine.
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Director Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft
We’re excited to welcome Exivity to the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, which gives our partners great exposure to cloud customers around the globe. Azure Marketplace offers world-class quality experiences from global trusted partners with solutions tested to work seamlessly with Azure.
CTO & Managing Director DACH-DK-UK at DMP
Exivity enabled us to automate metered based billing for dozens of customers. Using Exivity, we now generate reports on billing and usage in minutes and seconds as opposed to hours and days.
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Gain & maintain visibility of costs across hybrid clouds
September 18, 2019
Budgetary control over IT resources has become more challenging for many organisations as they move from capex to opex models for their IT spending. A 2019 study by Computer Economic found that 29% of organisations are actively reducing capital spending on IT.
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