Risk free cost reduction for SAP clients: learn how to reduce your TCO using latest Database technology

Monday 15th October 2012 at 2:00pm - 2:00pm


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Join this webcast where our speakers will illustrate how SAP customers can make cost savings by reviewing their Database investment stack. Customers will be able to achieve several benefits as well as a reduction of SAP TCO by as much as 20%.   Additionally there will be the opportunity to hear about several customers stories.

Biography of speaker  - Ian West, IBM  Information Management Sales Director for UK & Ireland

Ian has 20+ years experience partnering with and competing against Oracle via a number of Third Party ISV’s, System Integrators, Hosting and Outsourcing businesses plus online dotcom start up businesses in the SaaS and PaaS Cloud based computing market.

Ian is an expert in all aspects of Information Management from Data Management, Infrastructure Middleware, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Content Management. Ian brings all this expertise to the Oracle Competitive role where he leads a number of discrete programmes – Project Delphi, Oracle SUN Attack and Oracle Avalanche with one primary focus of increasing IBM’s Database, Data Warehousing, Infrastructure Middleware, and Mid Range Hardware revenues to increase IBM market share across UK & Ireland.

Ian expertise has been applied to clients of all sizes in every vertical industry sector. Ian spends a significant percentage of his time working with senior Finance, Procurement and IT executives who need to deliver new levels of growth and cost optimisation in very austere market conditions.

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