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Sherri Erickson, VP of marketing at Accordo Group, is tackling a tough topic at the 2015 Compliance Manager Summit in San Francisco: "How to Successfully Scale Compliance Programs Internationally: What you don't know can hurt your bottom line."
Compliance programs today might involve cloud migration, customer satisfaction, or even sustainability of the program—whatever the business objectives are, the compliance manager will be expected to help meet them, says Erickson.
"It's just not about reducing piracy anymore," says Erickson. "The biggest issue is the increasing pressure to deliver better results with software licensing programs and compliance measures. To meet these demands, especially when resources are diminishing, compliance managers need to get more creative and open their minds."
Her session is for the compliance manager seeking to understand where gaps in compliance programs frequently exist, why executives care deeply about those gaps, and how to successfully resolve them. She'll present business scenarios faced by both large and small software publishers, and outline proven global best practices that deliver results.
"I want every compliance manager to question their assumptions about compliance programs," says Erickson. "There is so much more that you can achieve with your programs than you've ever thought possible!"
First and foremost, compliance is for everyone; big companies and small companies, Erickson explains. "In fact, the big money is in small customers. The enterprise is yesterday's compliance," she notes. "SMB and niche customers are the future."
Join us at the 2015 Compliance Manager Summit to dig deep into the latest approaches and game-changing trends in publisher license compliance programs.
Why attend the Compliance Manager Summit? "The knowledge transfer among professionals is invaluable," says Erickson. "There are tens of millions of dollars worth of experience among the professionals who are attending. Their successes— and mistakes—can help their colleagues address the challenges they're facing in their own compliance management programs."
the Summit's full agenda and to register to attend, visit IBSMASummit.com.
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