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Software Licensing Analyst (SAM)

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £445 - £500 per day
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Cloud & Infrastructure
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Software Licensing Analyst to work for a FTSE 100 organisation. Our customer is one of the largest British companies in the world and due to a major new Software Asset Management consolidation programme they are now looking for a Software Licensing Analyst to join the team based in Central London.


Contract Duration - 6 - 12 months


ROLE PURPOSE

  • Preparing and optimising effective licence positions for a major complex vendor
  • Ensuring accurate reporting of vendor compliance
  • Developing optimized vendor licence positions
  • Working with Data Analysts to correctly identify software products that have been discovered on the hardware estate
  • Process Proof of Entitlement to manually match to applications, where automatic reconciliation is not possible
  • Reviewing / importing new purchase information from third party systems
  • Developing and improving SAM lifecycle processes
  • Qualifying and verifying all data sources required for SAM processing
  • Analysis of market changes and assessing impact on vendor licensing



The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3-5 years of Software Asset Management Licensing experience and be able to prove a track record of delivering licensing positions to external customers for at least one major complex vendor (e.g. Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, SAP, Symantec, VMWare). This experience should have been from within a SAM orientated organisation, with an outsourcer, or with an independent consultancy or LAR. The role is office based at our HQ in London, with minimal requirement to travel to customers.

Capita IT Resourcing is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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