Webinar: How BT delivered 21% cost savings through Converged Transformation

This webinar has now taken place. Join The ITAM Review’s Martin Thompson and Matt Turner of BT for a live webinar. How BT delivered 21% cost savings through Converged Transformation on Wednesday 18th July at 4pm BST. ...
27 June 2018
Conference

About

This webinar has now taken place.

Join The ITAM Review’s Martin Thompson and Matt Turner of BT for a live webinar: How BT delivered 21% cost savings through Converged Transformation on Wednesday 18th July at 4pm BST.

Topic

How BT delivered 21% cost savings through Converged Transformation

Synopsis

This session will share how BT explored a new approach to SAM, working at a strategic level to engage with architecture and design teams to build a 10-year technical roadmap. Their approach to software management has provided a proactive, strategic view of software consumption and forecasted use, rather than the traditional reactive firefighting seen in many SAM departments.

 

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Wednesday 18th July 2018

Who Should Attend

  • CIO’s
  • Senior IT Decision Makers
  • IT Asset Managers
  • Software Asset Managers
  • Software Licensing Specialists
  • IT Procurement Professionals

Why They Should Attend

  • Cost – The Webinar is FREE.
  • Convenience -You can participate in the webinar from a location of your choosing.  No travelling/ travel costs involved.
  • Interaction – You have the opportunity to communicate and ask questions with the presenter and peers.

Agenda

This session will share how BT explored a new approach to SAM, working at a strategic level to engage with architecture and design teams to build a 10-year technical roadmap. Their approach to software management has provided a proactive, strategic view of software consumption and forecasted use, rather than the traditional reactive firefighting seen in many SAM departments.

Speaker

Martin Thompson, Owner & Founder, The ITAM Review

Martin is owner and founder of The ITAM Review, an online resource and community for worldwide ITAM professionals.

Martin is an independent ITAM consultant for organizations seeking independent guidance on ITAM strategy or ITAM tool selection. Martin also reviews tools, technology and services in the ITAM market.

On a voluntary basis Martin is the Chief Agitator at the Campaign for Clear Licensing, a contributor to ISO WG21 which develops the SAM International Standard ISO/IEC 19770 and board member of Free ICT Europe which supports the ICT secondary market.

Matt Turner, IT Software Transformation, BT
Matt has worked on various transformation and change projects throughout his BT career, with has covered everything from call centres, field engineering and more recently IT licence spend.  His business values and beliefs are born from you must “first seek to understand before being understood”.

In his more recent role in IT transformation he has enabled significant savings by working closely and building relationships with the technology, finance and procurement teams to transform the way BT manages licence spend now and in the future.

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Testimonials

This was a great webinar — very informative. I am looking forward to the other 11 modules!
Very well pitched i.e. middle of the road to be understandable for beginners as well as for people with experience in the field. Looking forward to the next module
I thought this module was well organized and well presented bringing together some key points about how to get the ITAM ball rolling and to keep it rolling. I look forward to next months module.
Really good & interactive
Great presentation! Thanks so much for putting these together. I look forward to next month!!
Thanks this is well-aimed and helped me to think about next steps I should be taking.
The session was very informative with excellent examples

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