How Government Can Stop Wasting Money on Software They Don’t Use

80% of federal IT spending is spent on maintaining legacy systems. This is really hurting government IT as they are wasting money on up-keep rather than investing in emerging intelligent technologies, such as RPA and AI, which could be hugely beneficial to the government.

Shelfware, AKA the software nobody in your organization uses, or even cares about, amounts to $18 billion in the U.S. Public Sector market alone. Instead of shaping your acquisition strategy to align with vendor Terms and Conditions, you should enable your agency to:

  • Buy exactly what you need
  • Implement what you buy
  • Use what you implement
  • Pay for what you use

It sounds simple enough, but outdated acquisition strategies – designed to buy paper, toner, and file folders – fall short when purchasing licenses in an elastic computing ecosystem.

Legacy models force the payment for users in advance, where risks to consumption and adoption remain on YOUR register. The outdated practice of sizing license purchases against potential expansion does nothing to account for contraction. Bizagi provides customized billing models that decrease software costs and increase return on investment.


Take a flexible approach

Your agency is unique and Bizagi is positioned to meet you where you are. We don’t apply a static, flat-rate model that ignores mission-driven realities. Instead, our model considers your business, analyzes your needs, and conducts research in the design of a targeted and dynamic pricing plan. This leads to the consistent, effective use of Bizagi solutions to drive agency goals in measurable ways – the definition of “adoption” – the natural enemy of shelfware.

The Bizagi usage model promotes flexibility, identifies gaps, addresses deficits, and discovers efficiencies. As a trusted partner, Bizagi stands beside you in the development of sustainable products, services and solutions. Our usage-based model maximizes investments by paying for exactly what you use. You can also try new features without significant up-front investment, and only pay for the length of time you choose, so you can better manage software and budget needs. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF): Subscription costs are transparent and predictable, making it easier to charge software costs directly to agency projects and forecast for the future.



Save money while remaining compliant

In an environment of emergent guiding authority such as FISMA, FedRAMP, FITARA, MGT, and the Megabyte Act, the reality is that your agency spends time and resources complying with these complex, time-consuming, and labor-intensive requirements.

Bizagi can help. Our promise to you is Federal compliance, simplified. Armed with an in-depth knowledge of government regulatory requirements, our highly trained and service-driven team delivers the most efficient compliance-based software solutions. Additionally, our Digital Process Automation software is a leading-edge solution that supports your Technology Business Management (TBM) goals and objectives.

Contact Bizagi and stop paying for software you don’t use. As a federal agency, you can acquire Bizagi through a wide range of our partners’ easy-to-use government contract vehicles. These include Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), Multiple Agency Contracts (MACs), General Services Administration (GSAs), Federal Supply Schedules (FSSs), Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs), and agency-specific Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IDIQs).

Digitization of services has become critical for federal organizations who want to improve the lives of their constituents. If you’d like to find out how to kick start digital transformation in your public sector organization, download our free whitepaper, Navigating the Federal Intelligent Process Revolution.