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1E to host webinar on identifying and eliminating software waste


Research reveals proliferation of software waste in the United States and United Kingdom; experts to discuss how elimination of software waste can combat the $15 billion of preventable software costsi

What:1E, a software and services company that improves IT efficiency, will present a free, interactive webinar titled “New research uncovers the hidden cost of unused software licenses and shelfware.“

This webinar will explore new independent research, commissioned in association with the International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers (IAITAM) and the Federation Against Software Theft Investors in Software (FASTIiS), that surveyed more than 500 IT professionals, revealing that software waste is endemic in organizations today, preventing cost efficiencies and unnecessarily draining IT budgets.

Who: 1E efficiency expert, Amy Collins, will share the results of 1E`s 2011 Software Efficiency Report and examine the underlying factors driving the endemic of waste in U.S. and U.K. organizations. The webinar will also outline available tools and techniques to identify, financially quantify and eliminate software waste within organizations of any size.

A software and service company that improves IT efficiency by identifying and reducing costs and waste in hardware, software, energy and time, 1E has helped its customers save more than $1 billion – $550 million in energy costs alone – cutting CO2 emissions by 4.5 million tons.

When: Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. EST/11:00 a.m. PST / 3:00 p.m. BST

Registrants who join the webinar will receive a full copy of the U.S. and/or U.K. Software Efficiency report.
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i $12.3bn in the United States and £1.7bn in the United Kingdom ($2.7bn) = $15.0bn. For workings, please refer to first endnote in the published research report

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