Here at dsp our Oracle and Microsoft Licence Optimisation services are well received by companies for two key reasons; firstly, we are independent vendor experts and secondly, we are amongst the elite of database specialists in the UK for both Oracle and Microsoft.
Being 100% independent has many advantages for our customers and enables us to put their interests above all else.
When choosing dsp to manage the licensing of your estate, you are selecting a company who will use vendor accredited audit processes but will also seek to understand the business context and future requirements for your business. We’ll pro-actively seek to reduce your licensing costs as well as recommend the best solution for you, whether it be through consolidation, delivering on-demand flexibility or management of ongoing vendor support commitments.
At the heart of our Oracle and Microsoft Licence Optimisation practice are the following services:
As our licence optimisation and management solutions focus on accuracy, cost saving and ROI the following benefits are a natural result:
dsp provides impartial, expert and accredited advice. We’ll deliver a licence management free from vendor bias but with the certainty of vendor recognition.
If you are under threat of Audit or if an Audit is in progress, we can help. If you would like to implement best practice software asset management, we can help.
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