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Jun 04, 2019

Aspera expands international partner network for Software Asset Management

New and distinguished customers from France, Hungary, Japan, and Nigeria

Aachen, Germany – June 4, 2019. Aspera, the leading provider of solutions and services for Software Asset Management (SAM), is continuously expanding its network of expert international partners. This highly-specialized eco system currently consists of over 20 certified partners. Not only do they have access to regional markets, but they are also frequently experts in complementary specialties; for instance, renegotiating a contract to get better terms and conditions might require a profoundly detailed understanding of the vendor. Our partners include experts in vendor-specific questions, technical partners with special tools for measuring complex licensing models, and inventory partners who, working with tools already implemented in an environment, can comprehensively identify all relevant applications.

Through its various global partners, Aspera has been able to gain several new and important customers in recent weeks, among them a French conglomerate, a Japanese engineering company, corporate groups in South Africa and Nigeria, and a Hungarian state-owned company.

The newest member of Aspera’s partner network is the Japanese AJS Inc. With 600 employees, the systems and software provider focuses on development, consulting, maintenance, and operations of the core systems for a variety of industry customers.

“Implementation and sales partners are one of Aspera’s strategic growth pillars in expanding our markets and internationalization,” according to Peter Kohlauf, Head of Partner Management at Aspera GmbH.

Aspera has offices in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Japan, and operates worldwide across a growing partner sales network. The Aspera product portfolio provides insights into all major software vendors and SaaS applications. Aspera solutions support companies throughout their SAM journey, providing active control of license costs, cloud transition, and data center optimization.

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