About this event
Join The ITAM Review and ServiceNow for a 3-part webinar series. This series will discuss a range of techniques and strategies for making ITAM a success – whatever your current level of maturity. Featuring a combination of good-practice and real-world ITAM experience, this course will help you define and build your path to ITAM success.
Webinar 1: Getting started with ITAM – Thursday May 21 at 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 4pm BST
- Identifying key issues
- Business improvement areas
- How to develop recommendations
- Constructing a business case
- Communicating internally
- Defining milestones & setting goals
Webinar 2: Optimizing ITAM for Success – Thursday May 28 at 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 4pm BST
- Uncovering all your software spend
- Focusing on specific vendors
- Reviewing contracts
- Consolidating your licensing position
Webinar 3: Elevating ITAM with Workflow – Thursday June 4 at 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 4pm BST
Who should attend
- Senior IT Decision Makers
- IT Asset Managers
- Software Asset Managers
- Software Licensing Specialists
- Service Delivery Managers
Attend the series to learn about:
- Building a business case
- Communicating internally
- Setting goals
- Showing value back to the business – quickly
- Areas of strategic focus
- Managing the asset lifecycle
- Making ITAM a strategic contributor
- Increasing your profile
- Gaining additional budget
- Working with stakeholders
AJ Witt, ITAM Industry Analyst, The ITAM Review
AJ Witt is ITAM Industry Analyst at The ITAM Review. Previous to joining the ITAM Review team in April 2018, he was Software Asset Manager for Carnival UK, operators of the P&O & Cunard cruise lines. Coming from a background in IT Infrastructure technical operations IT Security & Compliance, AJ is well-placed to share his experience of how dynamic SAM teams can build mutually-beneficial stakeholder engagement. AJ lives close to the New Forest National Park and enjoys cycling when his son isn’t keeping him busy with music, astronomy, and art projects.
Elizabeth Hetherington, Principal Product Success Manager, IT Asset Management, ServiceNow
An Information Technology professional whose practice spans more than 25 years of operations experience in IT Asset Lifecycle Management & Vendor Management across education, business and healthcare.
Victor M. Paredes-Colonia, Principal Product Success Manager, IT Asset Management, ServiceNow
Highly motivated, solutions-driven, and customer focused. ServiceNow Principal Product Success Manager with years of combined experience in customer success, project management, and risk consulting. Proven ability to lead various projects simultaneously and exceed client needs while developing successful teams & building trusted relations.
Ryan Wood-Taylor, Product Marketing, Software Asset Management, ServiceNow
Ryan has had a specialized career focused on ITAM program implementations & software asset management with Fortune 100 end user clients looking to optimize hardware and software spend, understand contractual risk and realize IT operational efficiency.
Why you should attend
- Cost – This Webinar is FREE.
- Convenience -You can participate in the webinar from a location of your choosing. No travelling/ travel costs involved.
- Interaction – You have the opportunity to communicate and ask questions with the presenter and peers.
Testimonials and reviews
‘This was a great webinar — very informative. I am looking forward to the other 11 modules!’
‘Very well pitched, i.e. middle of the road to be understandable for beginners as well as for people with experience in the field. Looking forward to the next module’
‘I thought this module was well organized and well presented, bringing together some key points about how to get the ITAM ball rolling and to keep it rolling. I look forward to next month’s module’.
‘Really good & interactive’
‘Great presentation! Thanks so much for putting these together. I look forward to next month!!’
‘Thanks this is well-aimed and helped me to think about next steps I should be taking’.
‘The session was very informative with excellent examples’