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Case Studies

Case Studies

Over the past decade ITAMS has provided consultancy, project management, tools and managed services for on-going IT/software asset and software licence management to clients across many different industries.

The following mini case studies showcase the breadth and depth of the work we have undertaken for some of the largest and well known organisations in the world. If you would like further information on recent projects or how we can help you with your project then please contact us.

Case Study 1 – UK Bank

End-to-end licence management services from specification to operation. 

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Case Study 2 – Global Energy Company

Deployment of a global licensing serviceline and subsequent delivery of large scale SAM managed services on an on-going basis.

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Case Study 3 – Public Sector Organisation

Troubleshooting an existing licence management service, new automation and serviceline re-design.

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“ITAMS’ provided technical leadership, clarity of thought throughout numerous seemingly insurmountable problems, operational guidance and sound judgement in supporting this deployment”
Programme Director
Major Oil Company

“During the time we have been working with ITAMS they have shown themselves to be efficient, professional and flexible as we mature within software asset management. It feels very much like an extension of the team rather than an outsourced service”
Service Manager
International Investment Bank

“For the size of our organisation we have a very small IT budget. We were struggling with controlling licencing with a number of vendors and engaged ITAMS for help. ITAMS’ now deliver quarterly ELP reports of our top 5 vendors, reducing our risk and shortfalls and allowing us to concentrate filling in the gaps and maximising value.”
Software Asset Manager
Global Telecommunications