Itasca, IL - Apr 26, 2017 - Flexera Software, a platinum sponsor, is presenting at the 35th Global Legal Compliance ConfEx in Washington, DC on April 26 from 11:15 – 11:45 a.m. on “Governance of Open Source Use in the Software Supply Chain” as an exclusive case study.
The event will gather private practice lawyers, in-house counsel, outsourcing professionals, and compliance and regulatory experts to discuss the fast-paced and ever-changing global compliance environment, gain best practices to build a compliance team and program, and operate globally with integrity and confidence.
Key topics will include:
WHO: Marty Mellican, Vice President and Associate General Counsel at Flexera Software
WHERE: The Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Circle, NW Washington, DC 20005
WHEN: April 26 from 11:15 to 11:45 a.m.
Flexera is reimagining the way software is bought, sold, managed and secured. We view the software industry as a supply chain, and make the business of buying and selling software and technology asset data more profitable, secure, and effective. Our Monetization and Security solutions help software sellers transform their business models, grow recurring revenues and minimize open source risk. Our Vulnerability and Software Asset Management (SAM) solutions strip waste and unpredictability out of procuring software, helping companies buy only the software and cloud services they need, manage what they have, and reduce compliance and security risk. The Flexera RightScale multicloud management and cloud cost optimization solutions enable enterprises to drive top-line revenue while optimizing cloud usage to reduce risk and costs. Powering these solutions and the entire software supply chain, Flexera has built the world’s largest and most comprehensive repository of market intelligence on technology assets. In business for 30+ years, our 1300+ employees are passionate about helping our 80,000+ customers generate millions in ROI every year. Visit us at www.flexera.com.
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