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No one want’s to waste resources auditing companies that are likely to be already in compliance, says Jason Swan of the Software Compliance Group, there has to be some data pointing to possible misuse. Whether data comes from customer support calls, software evaluation forms, or from the application itself, savvy software vendors analyze a wide range of big data to identify the best audit and compliance targets.
Data like this is how software companies—large and small—can better focus compliance efforts. At the Compliance Manager Summit, March 8, Swan will present how software vendors can use big data to boost their compliance results. He’ll present real-life case studies for how data-driven compliance is accelerating settlements, focusing audit activities, and generating millions of dollars of new license revenue for leading software publishers.
Whether you’re just starting a compliance program or looking for new ways to invigorate a mature program, Swan will offer practical tips for taking your program to the next level.
“There are thousands of software companies out there that might have just one or two people on the compliance team and they’re trying to use any data they can, any internal resources, to make the most of their efforts,” says Swan.
Don't miss this fourth annual gathering of compliance industry specialists from around the world. The Compliance Manager Summit delivers more insights into the trends, challenges and strategies facing software compliance managers today than any other event. This daylong event offers more than 15 sessions on software compliance, licensing, and SAM. For the full agenda and to register, visit IBSMASummit.com.
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