At Softline, we think it is important to share our knowledge & best practices with ITAM professionals. One of the best ways to do so, is during various events throughout Europe. That is why we will host our online ITAM Maturity Workshop together with ServiceNow!
About our online ITAM Maturity Workshop
Do you know the impact on your organisation and team when increasing your ITAM maturity? How do you get control over your Cloud and SaaS usage and spend? Do you have a strategy on how to involve all stakeholders? And, how you can optimise your ITAM processes and create continuous improvement?
Join us on December 3rd for a hands-on virtual workshop to understand how to address these questions, to connect with your peers and with ITAM experts from Softline and ServiceNow.
Learn how to create your own financial business case related to your next steps in increasing your ITAM maturity, and get the tools in hand to address challenges you are facing. Be prepared to walk away with an actual calculation of your own organisation's cost savings potential!
Some reviews of our previous workshops
"Informative and helpful with some thought provoking ideas"
"Good to re-think the maturity assessment. Great to network and think of different business cases for SAM"
"Very informative and gave good areas to consider in developing ITAM action plans"
- Trends in the market
- Step by step approach towards high ITAM maturity
- How to achieve Compliance, Control & Cost savings in an effective and efficient manner
- Demo – integrating ITAM with other IT department functions
- Hands-on workshop on building your business case
- Identifying cost drivers and possible optimisations
- Best practice sharing
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