UK SAM Networking event

Tuesday 16 January 2018

6.00pm - 9.00pm

BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA

Free of charge, but, delegates must book a place via the BCS online booking system to gain access to the building on the day.

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Join the UK SAM Networking Group and Chris Morgan of Astute Licensing to spend an evening discussing how effective demand management can end non-compliance permanently and reduce future spend.

The format of the evening will involve a short talk from Chris looking at what demand management and some of the benefits and challenges software asset managers encounter when trying to implement it. We will then have supper and networking, followed by round tables where attendees can discuss the topic in more detail. Finally, we will spend 10 minutes sharing our thoughts back with the wider group prior to the evening close at 9pm. 


  • 6.00pm - Coffee & Networking
  • 6.45pm - UK SAM Networking Introduction
  • 7.00pm - Chris Morgan - Astute Licensing Chris will do a short talk on demand management and its potential for lowering long term licensing costs and ending non-compliance within YOUR organisation.
  • 7.20 pm - Supper and Networking
  • 8.00pm - Round table discussions on SAM Demand Management and cost control
  • 9.00pm - Close

About the speaker

Chris MorganChris Morgan has a wealth of Asset Management experience from leading large and multinational SAM teams over the past decade. In 2017 Christ started Astute Licensing, a company trying to evolve the license management industry through its technology. Astute Licensing recently won the ITAM Review ‘Innovation of the Year’ award.

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