Understand how to handle Vendor negotiations at this difficult time, while using available tools to become that savvy CIO within your organization!
You’re ready to switch to Origina, but what about the rest of the stakeholders in your company?
By the end of this webinar, you will have actionable tips that should help you to be better prepared for an IBM audit or ELA renewal.
The third-party support Market Guide provides a market analysis, vendor descriptions, and strategic recommendations.
By the end of his webinar, you should understand your software rights so you can maximize your IBM software estate and minimize your audit risk.
Know on this Guide how you can reduce your software support contract costs up to 50% with Origina - IBM Third Party Support & Maintenance.
The selected products include Appscan, BigFix, Unica, Commerce, Portal, Lotus Notes & Domino and Connections.
A discussion on the latest trends that will impact IT strategies for 2020
A walk-through discussion of Gartner's 1st ever Market Guide for Independent Third-Party Maintenance for IBM, Oracle, and SAP Software.
Our clients save on average 50% off their annual IBM Software Support costs.
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How a large UK Catalogue Retailer had a seamless Black Friday due to Origina
How a large Global Automotive Company cut their Cognos costs by 50% and received better IBM software support
How one of the largest Dutch health insurance company saved over 45% by switching their IBM support to Origina.
"We’re getting more than we ever did with IBM! They help us understand and transform our estate and saved us between 40% and 50% off our annual IBM software maintenance costs.."
“We did indeed have a problem yesterday right in the middle of (and directly related to) the go-live of our new warehouse. We really appreciate Origina’s great response to the call and access to expertise which sorted the problem. Things calmed down massively after that."
"The software vendors are very bullish. I find their [IBM's] arrogance direct line unacceptable; their pricing model is complex, and understanding their licensing model is complex too."