Flexera Software's Joachim Haas to Speak on Software License Optimisation at the Software Asset Management Strategies 2012 Conference (we.connect) in Berlin

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Joachim Haas, major account manager DACH at Flexera Software, will present a session on Optimising License usage as the next generation of software asset management at the Software Asset Management Strategies 2012 (we.connect) conference in Berlin. Mr. Haas' session will focus on the following software license optimization topics:

- Making the leap from software asset management to software license optimisation
- Minimising license consumption and software spend
- Monitoring contracts and compliance: preparing for maintenance renewals and license audits
- Product usage rights - The key to true license compliance and optimisation

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Enterprise License Optimisation solutions represent the next generation software asset management (SAM) solution for controlling, using and optimising software licenses while ensuring that organizations only buy what they need. Software optimization provides detailed insights into the software estate, including actual application usage and opportunities for cost savings. The result is unprecedented control of application usage, providing the strategic solution needed to drive upwards of 5-30% savings in software spend.


Optimising License Usage as the Next Generation of Software Asset Management
13 February
16:00 (4:00pm)

Maritim Proarte Hotel
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