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Event listing: UK end user only roundtable, London, 16th May

End user only roundtable, London, close to Paddington, Tuesday 16th May, 1pm-5pm.

You are cordially invited to join an end user round-table in central London on Tuesday 16th May. This is for end user organizations only. The Chatham house rule applies.

Suggested agenda items (provided by the end-user host):

  • Will SAP’s claim against Diageo result I other vendors looking at indirect costs?  Oracle seem to be going down this route.
  • Vendor’s annual price increases are starting to get quite large (IBM increase by up to 10% a year).  What can be done to prevent unrealistic costs increases?
  • IBM are changing product/metrics on renewal of maintenance.  Is this legally allowed or should it be at the time of a new product release?
  • Where is the ITAM/SAM vendor market going?  We are seeing some consolidation (Concorde) and also some expansion (ServiceNow)
  • Other topics as raised by end users during the registration process

Event Summary

  • When: Tuesday 16th May 1pm – 5pm
  • Where: Paddington, Central London (Address disclosed on registration)
  • What: End user only roundtable discussion for networking and knowledge sharing under the Chatham house rule
  • Who: The ITAM Review
  • How: REGISTER USING THIS LINK. Free to attend. Capacity is limited.

The event space and mid-afternoon refreshments have kindly been donated by an ITAM Review reader. If you would like to attend future meetings or provide a location please subscribe to The ITAM Review newsletter or contact us directly.

Thanks, Martin

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About Martin Thompson

Martin is owner and founder of The ITAM Review, an online resource and community for worldwide ITAM professionals.

Martin is also author of the book "Practical ITAM - The essential guide for IT Asset Managers", a book that describes how to get started and make a difference in the field of IT Asset Management.

On a voluntary basis Martin is a contributor to ISO WG21 which develops the ITAM International Standard ISO/IEC 19770.

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