What is SubOps?
It is a Slackbot that relentlessly hunts down the inactive users and empty seats that frequently waste 30% or more of software spend. Installs in seconds and finds savings on G Suite, Zoom, Salesforce, Zendesk, Dropbox and more.
SubOps is a tool in the Slack Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses SubOps?
- Installs in seconds
- First $500 in savings is free
- Low annual price (free for small teams)
- Automatic weekly report on all connected services and savings opportunities
- Detailed reports for each subscription service and all active and inactive users
- Timely savings alerts when users go inactive
- Lives entirely in Slack
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