Jul 23, 2019 - 05:44 AM
Well, such 'SKU' should be found in your purchase data..... but be careful!
If you purchase products from a reseller/distributor, then the 'SKU' ( Stock Keeping Unit) may be that of the reseller and NOT the Software Publisher. The reseller's SKU may be one of several SKUs that are available for a certain software product as their SKU - which the reseller declares - is intended to facilitate their 'stock keeping' and NOT your software licensing/reconciliation.
For example, should a Software vendor offer a time-limited incentive for the sale of their product, the reseller may use another SKU to track that purchase... Now there are two SKUs for that product.
And that's just one reseller; there is no universal SKU schema between resellers.
So, look for the MPN ( Manufacturer's Part Number) in the invoices... and also be aware that even the Software vendor can make multiple MPN's for a version of a product.