In one short year, everything changed. Companies scrambled to pivot operations to accommodate a remote workforce, and software was the cornerstone of business enablement and continuity.
Many organizations are now starting to determine a post-pandemic era approach to fuel success in “next-normal”. Spotify, Twitter, Atlassian and several others have announced they will maintain a highly remote workforce.
While many companies still struggle with how their ITAM programs can meet the rapid changes that 2020 dealt, others were able to adapt and adjust successfully. One thing is for sure, the only constant in SAM is change.
Join Rich Gibbons of the ITAM Review and USU Director of Professional Services Lawrence Dempsey on Thursday 15th July at 4pm UK time to review what’s changed in the last year, what didn’t, what changes are on the horizon, and what you need to know about how all of this impacts your SAM program.
Rich has almost 15 years’ experience in the world of IT and software licensing, having been both a software sales manager for a VAR and a Microsoft licensing endorsed trainer.
A Northerner renowned for his shirts, Rich is a fan of most films, Hip-Hop, travel, football in general (and specifically MUFC), Marvel and reading as many books as possible. Finding ways to combine these with software licensing is always fun.
As Director of Professional Services, Lawrence delivers professional support to global customers of all sizes, helping customers identify savings and reduce risk, and report key financial metrics. He has over a decade of experience working in software procurement, software management, and software re-selling. Lawrence’s SAM expertise spans from license entitlement and software deployment reconciliation to contract interpretation and SAM process improvement.