You can't afford to miss this year's Gartner IT Sourcing, Procurement, Vendor and Asset Management Summit

Grab a Register reader discount – and learn to sharpen your negotiation tactics and reduce costs

Promo Is your organisation equipped with the IT services and products it needs to achieve its business objectives? Are your procurement processes adequate in this fast-moving era of digital business? How quickly can you introduce new ideas and solutions? Have you thought about the future of your critical IT services, your software leases and your cloud contract?

Find the answers to these and other crucial questions at the Gartner IT Sourcing, Procurement, Vendor and Asset Management Summit taking place in London from 16 to 18 September.

Designed for sourcing leaders, IT finance managers, procurement leaders, asset managers and vendor management leaders, and staged by leading IT research and advisory company Gartner, this event is the essential annual gathering for senior IT professionals in search of strategic guidance that will help them to advance their company’s growth and deliver real business innovation.

A packed programme of talks by Gartner experts and experienced company leaders covers a broad range of topics, including:

  • Negotiating better deals for IT services, software, SaaS, cloud and hybrid infrastructure
  • How to collaborate with IT vendors to reduce risks
  • Improving financial transparency to lower the cost of IT services
  • Managing IT assets throughout their lifecycle and preparing for software audits
  • The importance of collaboration between IT departments and providers

Two hour-long interactive negotiation clinics promise to provide valuable insights into tactics that are proving effective in today’s fast-moving IT landscape. Gartner’s ten top tips to offer on cost optimisation is another highlight.

Find the full agenda and registration details right here. Please use this discount code QUICKSAVE3 for an exclusive reader discount.

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