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Software Licensing & Software Asset Management (SAM)

Understanding the myriad of software licensing models is a minefield, which is further complicated when deciding between an on-premise, cloud or hybrid model. Add to that the hundreds of vendors pitching their latest products and bombarding you with technical datasheets, and you would be forgiven for wanting to bury your head in the sand.

So how can you protect your current IT investments and be sure that you are getting what’s right for your business?

Get the best software licensing advice for your needs

Our software licensing team looks at your business and advises on the model that will offer you the best value for money – whether on-premise, in the cloud or hybrid. Our renewals department offer an Agreement Consolidation Service to co-term and consolidate all software maintenance and renewals contracts and lower your software licensing costs. Furthermore, we have existing relationships with over 226 vendors, so if you need software to provide specific functionality, we will source a cost-effective solution for you.

Unlike most Microsoft partners, we are a Systems Integrator (SI) as well as a Gold License Solution Provider (LSP), Silver Software Asset Management Partner and an Enterprise Software Advisor, so you can leverage both our technical support and software licensing services. During periods of structural change in your business, such as the creation of a holding group or mergers and acquisitions, our consultants will advise you on the steps you must take to remain fully compliant.

If you want to cut through the vendor noise, why not contact us to discuss how to get a cost-effective solution that’s tailored to your business.

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"Ultima has become a highly trusted and respected partner and has enabled us to gain the most from our licensing agreements." Head of Enterprise Operations, The Telegraph