Revulytics Blog

Topic: Compliance Analytics

Actionable Compliance Intelligence with Data Optimizer

If you want a successful compliance program that will generate top-line revenue for your company, collecting infringement data is not enough. Detecting and reporting on the unlicensed use of your software is just the first step in taking a proactive ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  February 02, 2017   |   License Compliance

Imagining Your “Ideal” Day as a Software Compliance Manager (Part 2)

In our recent post, we asked you to imagine your “ideal” day as a compliance manager – and we explored why too few compliance managers experience days like that. In this and future posts, we’ll take a closer look at what your ideal experience can ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  January 27, 2017   |   Software Piracy

Don’t Trust Your Data to Just Anyone

At a time when we are all too quick to click “Agree” and share our data in exchange for access to the latest cool app (or a coupon for 10% off your next purchase), it may be time to paraphrase Bo Diddley and ask a new question: “Who Do You Trust?” ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  January 25, 2017   |   Software Piracy

Imagining Your “Ideal” Day as a Software Compliance Manager (Part 1)

If you’re a compliance manager, I invite you to imagine your ideal day.

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Victor DeMarines  

|  January 17, 2017   |   Software Piracy

Compliance Analytics in 2017: Seven Stats to Consider

As we enter the New Year, it is customary for a wide-eyed sense of optimism to permeate much of our work. Perhaps this feeling has seeped into how you’re looking at fighting software piracy in 2017. “We sorted out a bunch of customers in 2016 and ...

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Michael Goff  

|  January 09, 2017   |   Software Piracy

Top Revulytics News in 2016: Lessons from Pokemon Go

Facebook recently revealed its list of the most talked about topics on its users’ news feeds in 2016. Running in third, behind arguably more important discourse on the US presidential election and Brazilian politics, was the international phenomenon ...

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Michael Goff  

|  December 29, 2016   |   Software Piracy

The Biggest Piracy Stories of 2016

In the tech world, we’re quite fond of the “end-of-year” story roundup. A quick Google search on the topic will yield a variety of layouts and angles that is sure to satisfy whatever thirst for nerdom you’re looking to quench  – whether it’s a look ...

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Michael Goff  

|  December 23, 2016   |   Software Piracy

Boeing’s $17B Iran Deal and the Opportunity for Software Vendors

You have likely seen the news about Boeing’s $17 billion deal with Iran Air for 80 aircraft, but have you wondered about what it means for software vendors? While there is some uncertainty around whether the deal will withstand the scrutiny of the ...

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Michael Goff  

|  December 15, 2016   |   Software Piracy