London Authorities will use WorkSpace iQ solution to manage software costs and improve public services.
Centrix has partnered with Ernst & Young and London Councils, entering a joint venture for the capital’s public services.
The company’s software has been adopted by several organisations using usage analytics, which allows them to improve efficiency.
Centrix Software’s SaaS based solution, WorkSpace iQ, gives a full insight into the usage of devices, applications and content.
The company said that public sector organisations, by accessing this information, can then maintain, choose and deliver technologies to balance user and business needs.
By using the WorkSpace iQ, Local Government will control software spend as the solution helps address runaway software costs and end user focus on delivering the necessary tools to do the job.
Edward Lord OBE, Chair of London Councils‘ Capital Ambition Board, said: "The Capital Ambition Board recognises the need to have good business intelligence to make tactical ICT decisions.
"We have approved Centrix Software’s Workspace iQ to provide just that, helping the 32 Boroughs and the City of London to reduce wasted expenditure on unused software."