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New York Events: Call for Speakers

Interested in speaking at one of our New York events? Read on!

Interested in speaking at one of our New York events? Read on!

The ITAM Review is compiling a roster of ITAM & SAM experts and industry insiders for three days of fantastic events to take place in New York, USA in January 2015.

  • Tuesday 27th January 2015 – Interactive SAM Best Practice Workshop
  • Wednesday 28th January 2015 – ITAM Tools Showcase and Networking
  • Thursday 29th January 2015 – Oracle Licensing and Audits Seminar

Are you from the USA? Do you have something new to say about how ITAM practices are transforming what we do in the industry or real world experience you’d like to share on implementation or day-to-day running of ITAM/SAM?

This is a call for speakers who share our commitment to providing The ITAM Review audience with unique insight, honest accounts of your ITAM/SAM experiences and useful advice that delegates can take away and actually use, together with specific subject matter experts in Oracle contracts, license agreements, audits and end-users that would like to share their insight into how they manage their Oracle license estate.

We are accepting speaker proposals now through 12th December. You do not need to have previous experience speaking at events but please do include anything you feel proves your ability to take part.

Please email and be sure to include your name, ITAM/SAM experience, a brief outline of your session and a telephone number we can contact you on.

We will confirm that we’ve received your proposal and will follow up directly with you after 12th December.

Thank you for your interest in The ITAM Review and we look forward to seeing you in January!

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About Rebecca Beach

Rebecca is the Marketing & Community Manager for both The ITSM Review and The ITAM Review. With a background in ITSM Rebecca's aim is to continue to engage and grow both communities and encourage more fledgling ITSM/ITAM writers to contribute their insight and experiences for the benefit of their fellow readers. If you have something you would like to share then please email

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