#CoffeeTalkTBSC with EasySAM & The Business Software Centre

About this Event

Although non-compliance is less of a worry in the SaaS (and PaaS) environments of today, a new money-hungry problem has spawned from this convenience. Environments like Microsoft’s Azure and Office365, and Adobe’s Enterprise Dashboard easily accumulate legacy accounts and subscriptions that have fallen short of existing processes and remain consuming budget year on year. Join May from TBSC’s consultancy partner EasySAM to chat around the 5 main ways that you might be catching yourself out.

Join us:

11th May 2021 3:00pm (BST)

May brings a wealth of knowledge regarding the SAM industry to the table, with 11 years’ experience under her belt in on-premise and SaaS offerings. After joining EasySAM in 2015, her passion for SAM Compliance and Optimization has seen her progress from a Senior Software Asset Management Consultant to current day Director. May sees the new SaaS climate as something easily mis-managed and therefore believes that the average organization can see more than the 30% Gartner suggested savings if your SaaS is managed well and is eager to share some tips and tricks with anyone that can benefit.

Sign up now! Registration is FREE but spaces are limited.

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Who is EasySAM?

EasySAM are an independent Software Asset Management (SAM) consultancy, an impartial advisory body without any agendas other than providing analysis and advice around the software you purchase and deploy. EasySAM helps organisations correct any potential overspend on software and make sure that any risks are proactively identified and addressed. Software is an asset that is easily overlooked, often not being re-harvested or used to its full capacity. As it makes up a large portion of any IT budget, this is an area where you can see quick returns if managed correctly. Want to learn more? Click here.

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