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The working relationship between software asset management professionals and their colleagues in IT service management is actually getting better, according to Dennis Drogseth, who specializes in helping companies build more effective working dialogues across technology areas.
"Although software asset management is often approached in niches or silos," says Drogseth, a vice president with Enterprise Management Associates and a speaker at the upcoming SAM Summit in Chicago, "it's part of a much bigger asset management universe than most people think." And this universe needs to run more effectively and efficiently than ever to respond to today's business pressures.
In his presentation, Making SAM and IT Service Management Work Together, June 26 at the SAM Summit, Drogseth will not only show you why and how to link your SAM program to overall company IT service management strategies, but he'll also present practical, real-world dos and don'ts gleaned from his years working with companies of all sizes world wide.
"An effective and streamlined SAM-to-service management plan begins with clearly defining and documenting the technologies in use, who the stakeholders are, then what the stakeholders want the solution to be," says Drogseth.
Don't miss Dennis Drogseth's presentation at the 2013 SAM Summit, June 26-28. To register visit, SAMSummit.com.
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