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Emitac gains Gold SAM competency from Microsoft

Regional solutions provider reaches highest level of competency in Microsoft software asset management

Emitac gains Gold SAM competency from Microsoft
EES said that it is now able to offer qualifying organisations a complete Microsoft SAM review

Emitac Enterprise Solutions (EES) has achieved Gold Software Asset Management (SAM) competency in the Microsoft Partner Program, the company announced this week.

This is the highest level of SAM competency, and meets Microsoft's rigorous standards for software asset management and licensing experience, service and support.

As a certified Microsoft SAM Gold Competency partner, EES said that it is now able to offer qualifying organisations a complete Microsoft SAM review. By doing so, Microsoft customers can get full insight to software usage and identify if an organisation is completely utilizing their software licenses with absolute minimum costs and reduce the risk of non-compliance with EES Software Asset Management services.

EES added that this also helps organisations in building a strong practice around managing and optimising their software licenses.

 "We are delighted to achieve the Microsoft Gold SAM Competency and look forward to this competency allowing us to deepen our relationships with our customers." said Madhav Reddy Kolli, Microsoft Business Unit Head, EES

"Will help customers save money while improving visibility and control of their software assets through optimised SAM practices." 

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