Oracle Licence Inventory – the basis for Oracle licence entitlement data reconciliation
This two part webinar looks at how Oracle gathers customer entitlement data prior to an actual audit and what they look for when building the preliminary contract reconciliation report. Both webinars will highlight areas requiring particular attention and recommendations.
Part 1: Oracle Licence Inventory – Uncovered
Duration: 20 minutes
The first webinar is presented by Licence Analyst Sergiu. He takes a closer look at the Oracle Licence Inventory, what information is found in it, what is collected and how it is used and presented to a customer. He stresses the importance of verifying entitlement data carefully as it forms part of the final audit report.
Part 2: Oracle data reconciliation and contractual clauses
Duration: 20 minutes
ITAMS’ Senior Licensing Analyst, Monica (also an ex-Oracle LMS consultant), delves deeper into the Oracle’s internal process for collecting and verifying entitlement information against their contracts and systems. She advises end-users on the processes they must also implement to ensure their Oracle data is up to date, as well as providing an overview of the main contract types and contractual clauses they are likely to encounter.
Who should download?*
This webinar is suitable for IT, procurement, and licensing professionals involved in the management of Oracle licences, audits and negotiating contracts.
About the Presenters
Sergiu and Monica both worked for the Oracle LMS (Licence Management Services) team before they joined ITAMS in Summer 2014. Collectively they have over 10 years of frontline Oracle experience. They provide an interesting insight into the LMS team’s operational side, bringing real life experience and advice on how to deal with Oracle from an end-users’ perspective.
About the “What you Need to Know” Series
ITAMS’ “What you need to know” series of webinars aims to provide end-users with no-nonsense facts and advice about key issues on IT and software asset management. If there is a topic you would like us to cover then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*NB: This download is only available to end-user organisations.