Cireson, a leading voice in the Microsoft System Center space, has achieved the highest competency level awarded by Microsoft for Software Asset Management. This designation further solidifies Cireson’s place as a top contributing organization in ITAM best practices and solutions. The Gold SAM Competency is known for its rigorous standards around Software Asset Management, support, service, and licensing experience. Microsoft SAM Partners stand out in their ability to help customers establish critical procedures and policies in the management of their assets, thus supporting strategic organizational goals and objectives.

Commenting on this Gold SAM Competency status, Pete Zerger, Principal Program Manager at Cireson reveals, “The Cireson team takes great pride in what we do, and the Microsoft SAM Gold Competency is further evidence of our commitment to help our customers navigate the complexities of software licensing in a rapidly evolving, cloud-first world.”

Cireson strongly believes that Asset Management does not have to be expensive or complicated. As shown by this recent independent study by the ITAM Review, businesses can be assured of cost savings by gaining control over hardware and software assets (according to Gartner, up to 30% cost savings). Utilizing the right tools and expertise prove to be a key component in this savings and aligning with general ITAM best practices.

Cireson’s Asset Management solution, along with its Business Management Solution, which represents the very best of Service Management, allows customers to align with both ITIL and ITAM best practices, driving efficiency and cost-savings forward. This Gold SAM Competency designation now places Cireson in a select group of Software Asset Management experts, best equipped to help organizations realize and accomplish their SAM goals. Furthermore, it stands as a clear message to our current and future customers that Cireson is a partner you can trust with your most challenging software licensing scenarios.

To learn more about optimizing your SAM program and avoiding common pitfalls, view the informative Cireson video with Pete Zerger here.

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