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3rd Strategic Software Asset & License Management

05.11.2007
Managing successfully and effectively software assets & licenses, Avoiding costs of under-licensing and over-spending
Datum: 19. & 20. Februar 2008
Veranstaltungsort: Maritim Hotel, Berlin

Comprehensive Software Asset & License Management strategies, tools and techniques are essential for avoiding over-spending, preventing risks, improving performance, being in-line with license agreements and lowering purchase costs. The consequences of under-licensing and over-spending are substantial and serious. Therefore an effective Software Asset & License Management (SAM) is not only important to become compliant but also crucial for company successes.

Companies that have implemented an integrated SAM have been able to capitalize on software license reallocation opportunities, achieve volume licensing discounts, decrease software support costs, increase infrastructure security and resilience, justify future purchasing activities, and ensure license agreement compliance.

Attending this conference will allow European IT Managers and decision-makers to uncover and retain the key to an optimal Software Asset & License Management and will provide a closer look into major players` success stories.

Profitieren Sie u.a. vom Erfahrungsaustausch über folgende Themen:

• Implementing and developing a strong software asset management
• Reducing software asset & license costs
• Avoiding under-/over-licensing and eliminating unused software
• Establishing a global software asset management program
• Negotiating successfully with vendors
Zielgruppe:
CIOs, IT Directors, Heads of IT Department, Vice Presidents, Managers and Executives responsible for:
• IT License Management
• Software Asset Management
• IT Procurement
• IT Legal & Claims Management
• IT Controlling
• IT Governance
• IT Strategy/Technology
• IT Service Management
• IT Compliance
• IT Contract Management
• Vendor Management
• IT Sourcing
• IT Audit / Inventory
• Contract Management
And
• Business Analysts, Software and Consulting Companies
Eventinformation:
Kelly Harrison
Marketing Manager
Unter den Linden 21
10117 Berlin
Tel: +49 (0) 30 890 61 240
Fax: +49 (0) 30 890 61 343
Email: k.harrison@marcusevansde.com

Felix Schumacher | marcus evans
Further information:
http://www.marcusevans.com
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