June 18 - 20, 2019
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PROTECTING PROCUREMENT: IT SOURCING FOR AN EVER-CHANGING AND UNSTABLE WORLD
08:00 AM - 09:00 AM Breakfast
09:15 AM - 09:05 AM In Depth Presentation: Harnessing The Power Of The CrowdChayten Mantan, Director Technology Sourcing (AMERICAS), Schneider Electric
Chayten MantanDirector Technology Sourcing (AMERICAS)
09:05 AM - 09:50 AM Chairman's Remarks
09:50 AM - 10:20 AM Keynote Presentation: 3SI: The New Standard of Excellence for Sourcing IntelligenceMichael Shaw, CEO and Executive Board Chairperson, ACSPE
Michael ShawCEO and Executive Board Chairperson
10:20 AM - 10:50 AM Debate: The Pleasures and Perils of Open Source SoftwareRandy Roth, Chairman, IT Procurement Working Group, Society for Information Management, Seprio Gregg Fouch, Associate Director Procurement IT, Telecom, Bayer Michael Blickenstaff, Strategic Sourcing Manager, Informatica
Randy RothChairman, IT Procurement Working Group, Society for Information Management
Gregg FouchAssociate Director Procurement IT, Telecom
Michael BlickenstaffStrategic Sourcing Manager
10:50 AM - 11:20 AM NETWORKING BREAK
11:20 AM - 12:00 PM Interactive Case Study: Guarding the Goods: Making the Most out of your Software Asset Management Program, ,
• The role of SAM in software audits
• Where should SAM sit? In IT or Procurement?
• The increasing importance of SAM's role in cybersecurity, and how it's swift access to asset data can reduce software vulnerabilities.
• How SAM can work proactively with vendors to stay on the right side of compliance
12:00 PM - 12:40 PM Panel: They'll Huff And They'll Puff- And Might Blow Your House Down!: Protecting Against Software AuditsBruce Starr, Managing Director, Technology Sourcing, BNYMellon Chaitra Garalapuri, Category Manager, Gap, Inc. Mark Wan, Head Of Technology Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Operations, Federal Reserve Bank Of New York David Blake, Founder and CEO, UpperEdge
• The most recent changes in and best practices for audits by the major players - Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.
• How to predict when audits may occur
• What processes should you have in place to avoid potential violations
• Do provider "compliance checks" actually result in less fines and a more congenial audit?
• Working with legal and IT to control the stream of information
• Settlement negotiations
• What tricks do software companies' legal departments use to trip you up, how not to get caught, and what to do if you are
• Can third parties offer assistance?
• Strategies for achieving compliance when the publisher changes its terms mid-contract
• What happens if you wind up in court?
Bruce StarrManaging Director, Technology Sourcing
Chaitra GaralapuriCategory Manager
Mark WanHead Of Technology Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Operations
Federal Reserve Bank Of New York
David BlakeFounder and CEO