Choosing the right partner for your needs: Free eBook download

There are many routes to delivering Software Portfolio Management (SPM) for your organization, from performing every task in-house to outsourcing the whole program. But which approach is right for you?

With software spend continuing to rise, new ways to deploy and consume applications and more people empowered to make technology purchasing decisions, the need for Software Portfolio Management (SPM) in your organization is greater than ever.

At the same time, there’s both a confusion as to what ‘good ITAM’ looks like as well as a global shortage in the availability of key ITAM skills, from best practices and program management to tools administration, licensing expertise and data processing know-how.

To achieve SPM success, most organizations (even if you've invested in a SAM tool) need to partner with an external technology and/or services provider.  But what type is right for you? 


Our guide will help you understand the different types of partners available to you and how to select the right one for your individual needs and circumstances. 

Our experts explore the pros and cons of different types of partners and provide you with the questions that you need to ask both your potential partners and yourself. 


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Why Livingstone?
Livingstone Group are the leading independent, global provider of Software Portfolio Management & Optimization services.
We help our clients optimize their software and cloud portfolio to avoid unnecessary cost and risk, whilst driving value from their investments throughout their lifecycle. We have a strong track record of delivering proven up front savings that average 38%. Our Trustworthy Data and Lifecycle services help clients maintain these savings through control, mitigation of business risks and our Optimization services continue to deliver value from their IT investments.