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Category: Finance

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  • Cost savings versus cost avoidance

    Whiteboard Wednesday Episode 15: Cost savings versus cost avoidance Whiteboard Wednesday is me, a whiteboard and learning about all things IT Asset Management (ITAM), every Wednesday! This week, cost savings and cost avoidance, what’s the difference between those two terms?...

  • Subscription sales surpass on-premises software

    Software vendor financial results can be more interesting for ITAM & SAM managers than they might first appear. Looking at how the software vendors are performing on a quarterly and annual basis can give the savvy organisation some good insight. Who is likely to increase audits?...

  • Cloud still driving software vendor revenues

    Software vendor financial results can be more interesting for ITAM & SAM managers than they might first appear. Looking at how the software vendors are performing on a quarterly and annual basis can give the savvy organisation some good insight. Who is likely to increase audits?...

  • Software vendor financial results – August 2020

    Software vendor financial results can be more interesting for ITAM & SAM managers than they might first appear. Looking at how the software vendors are performing on a quarterly and annual basis can give the savvy organisation some good insight. Who is likely to increase audits?...

  • Cloud accounting changes on the horizon

    Cloud computing continues to grow and bring benefits across a range of business sectors but, at the same time, it can represent challenges for the finance/accounting departments and ultimately, the CFO. How you pay for cloud is a big consideration for many organisations – there...

  • CAPEX v OPEX: A tale of two budgets

    Cloud is great and solves a lot of problems – but it can also cause some new ones too. Back in my days as a reseller, whenever I spoke about cloud, I’d often find myself in a conversation about CAPEX v OPEX and I soon learned that the way you pay for cloud can be as big a factor...