SAUG Webinar: Indirect Usage & SAP – Tackling the moving target
Your four-step plan to mitigate exposure
Keeping on top of SAP® licensing is a time-consuming and complex task. The correlation between licenses defined in a contract versus technical entitlement to use the SAP system has always been open to interpretation. The complexity of preparing for an SAP audit is exacerbated by the threat of Indirect Access fees.
A UK court ruled in favour of SAP against drinks giant Diageo for £54 million in determining the right of software vendors to charge license fees to users on indirect access to SAP generated data proving that it is crucial to fully understand your organizations financial risk from its usage of SAP.
This webinar, presented by our experts Dan Kirtley and Rafael Yak, will explain the various aspects of Indirect Access to help you understand your risk. We will then run through a four step plan to reduce this risk and remain prepared. Learn how to:
- Assign users to their correct license type
- Right-size the direct user population
- Minimize the number of indirect users accessing your SAP system
- Continuously optimize and improve
This webinar is proudly to you by SAUG Partner:
Rafael Yak, Snow Optimizer Lead, Snow Software
Rafael currently assists Snow customers on the adoption and utilization of Snow
Dan Kirtley, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Snow Software
Dan Kirtley is an IT industry expert with over fifteen years’ experience in the field. He has extensive knowledge of Software Asset Management and Security. In his current role at Snow Software, he focuses on SAP and datacenter licensing solutions. Dan has a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Bath
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