Crayon to offer free software assets assessment during GITEX
Software asset management (SAM) and consultancy company to identify areas of improvement to selected businesses
Norway-based Crayon will be offering the opportunity for selected businesses to access a free software asset management assessment to help them gain an up-to-date insight on their software licenses and how they are being utilised at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2014.
Crayon consultants will identify areas of improvement, provide a clear view of any assets that are being under-utilised and provide guidance on how to optimise them and thereby improve the ROI from their technology investments.
Jacob Christensen, Crayon MEA business development manager, SAM commented "An organisation's software assets are an integral part of any business. Whether seeking a more effective IT strategy or just starting up, our expert consultants will assess your current software assets and guide you to the right path"
Crayon software assets assessment offer will include: a visit of a Crayon expert consultant to conduct a baseline count of licensed products and versions that the company is entitled to use; a generic gap analysis report of the findings enabling an accurate forecast for future licensing needs, preventing under- or over-buying software licenses; tips and suggestions for improvement; and a starting point for implementing a software asset management program.
"Small, medium and large enterprises across all industries are always looking for software solutions to improve productivity, save costs and ensure reliability to ultimately guarantee the best operation. We chose to launch this initiative during Gitex to offer companies the opportunity to meet our consultants at the show to learn about the benefits of this practice and the value it adds to their IT planning from the financial and the legal perspective" added Henrik Mattila-Kuusniemi Crayon MEA CEO.
Businesses can register for the free SAM assessment offer by visiting Crayon on Stand A7 - 46, Hall 7 from 12 - 16 October.