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Flexera Achieves the FinOps Foundation Certified Platform Badge

Itasca, IL - December 15, 2021 Flexera, the company that helps organizations maximize business value from their technology investments, today announces that it has achieved the status of FinOps Certified Platform by the FinOps foundation. FinOps Certified Platform (FCP) is a pre-qualified tier of vetted technology providers that offer software solutions which enable their customers to successfully adopt cloud financial management practices.

“The FinOps practice has experienced rapid growth within the industry,” said Brian Adler, Senior Director, Cloud Market Strategy. “Earning this certification from the FinOps Foundation increases Flexera’s leadership position in helping companies save money through providing insights into optimizing their cloud spend. Ultimately, this helps us better serve our customers.”

The FinOps Foundation is a program of The Linux Foundation, dedicated to advancing the discipline of cloud financial management through best practices and standards. FinOps is shorthand for “Cloud Financial Operations” or the practice of “Cloud Financial Management,” which ensures organizations get the most value out of every dollar they spend in the public cloud.

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About the FinOps Foundation

The FinOps Foundation (F2) is a nonprofit trade association made up of FinOps practitioners around the world. Grounded in real world stories, expertise and inspiration for and by FinOps practitioners, the F2 is focused on codifying and promoting cloud financial management best practices and standards to help community members and their teams become better at cloud financial management. For more information or to join, please visit:

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