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Gartner European SAM Briefings – “Don’t Leave the Job Half Done”

Gartner European SAM Briefings WHAT

Gartner Local SAM Briefings in London, Oslo and Stockholm;

“Don’t Leave the Job Half Done – Support Strategic IT Procurement with Vendor Management and Software Asset Management”


Software Asset Management is critical to maximizing the value you receive from your software contracts. Software as a Service offers new ways of buying software, but brings with it new challenges. Even when outsourcing, the management of software has never been more important to vendor management. This event is for End Users Only.


Building Software Asset Management From The Ground Up

Implementing SAM can seem like trying to build an earthquake-proof house on sand. In order to support SAM, you need strong foundations, together with the flexibility to withstand change. As a former Software Asset Manager I have first-hand experience of what it takes to get the job done [Victoria Barber]

Safe SaaS Contractual Protections for a Lasting Vendor Relationship

Many organizations still see SaaS as a casual vendor relationship, a brief encounter without consequences, to which end users can sign up online. There are very important rules to follow and it is even harder to build up a lasting vendor relationship. Reading the fine print and knowing what to negotiate can make all the difference [Stewart Buchanan]



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