Start your new year on solid ground! Get an in-depth look at the trends, processes, tools, and strategies that will help you successfully face upcoming Software Asset Management challenges in 2018.
- Jan 11, 2018
- Steven Russman
Stay up to date with changes in SAP NetWeaver Foundation for Third Party Applications to ensure SAP licensing compliance and avoid audit penalty risk.
Is your organization paying for software that’s not used or needed? You’re not alone. Learn how to easily cut software costs using an automated process that defines and identifies unused or underused software called re-harvesting. By removing software installations or reassigning user-based licenses, you’ll build cost savings and increase your SAM impact.
Whether someone has heard the phrase a hundred times or just once, Software Asset Management might still be a mystery. What does it mean, and how will it add to your business strategy? Come to the SAM party and find out how to explain the cost-saving value that SAM generates for your company.
The Hungarian public roads agency Magyar Közút chose Aspera’s Rapid Vendor Analysis for SAP® Software to prepare for their first SAP audit. Learn how this agency quickly gained a clear overview of their license position, optimized SAM processes, and saved 7% on total SAP licensing costs.
Ready to get more value – and ROI – from your Software Asset Management program? Find out how to access 24/7 release information, implementation, license and audit guides for major software vendors like SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, and IBM using Knowledge Plus, Aspera’s online SAM Knowledge Base & Learning Service.
Let’s face it, Software Asset Management has its scary spots. Dreaded data, technical tangles, and chaotic challenges. Here at Aspera, our seasoned professionals have witnessed their fair share of terrifying moments. Avoid compliance risk and read these 3 spooky, Halloween-approved SAM stories...if you dare!
SAP has developed a “cloud-first strategy”, offering their customers a broad range of solutions. Very few companies can really afford not to use these solutions. But how can customers create a healthy SAP licensing landscape that takes account of their licenses and optimizes them efficiently?