Business Issues -> Quality
Released: 10th June 2013
LONDON – 10th June, 2013 – Software monetisation leader, SafeNet, Inc. today announced its participation and gold sponsorship of the Cloud World Forum, 26th – 27th June, Olympia, London. The event will be an ideal opportunity to experience how SafeNet is working with software developers and publishers to successfully evolve their business models for serving and generating revenues from customers to new cloud or hybrid cloud/on-premise platforms.
The Cloud World Forum attracts over 200 leading industry experts as speakers and is ‘the cloud and enterprise event of 2013’. It provides a key opportunity for authorities from across the globe to demonstrate their strategies and visions on how the cloud can provide significant benefits to organisations of all sizes.
With three-quarters of software publishers planning to be in the cloud by the end of 2013 (Source: Software & Information Industry Association, May 2013), SafeNet has developed the industry’s only complete and proven solution for software monetisation in the cloud. Visitors to stand 4065 will be able to explore how Safenet Sentinel Cloud addresses the security, cost and complexity challenges involved.
Shlomo Weiss, Director of Business Development, SRM, at SafeNet will be giving a presentation on ‘Getting to Pay-per-Use Nirvana – Charging Customers for What They Actually Use’. He will explore the benefits from moving to a usage based model, as well as real world examples of how SafeNet works with SaaS providers and ISVs to monetise their cloud-based services. The presentation will take place in the Strategy Theatre at 3.10pm on Thursday 27th June.
Visitors to the stand can enter a draw to win a Raspberry Pi, the credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. SafeNet will be demonstrating its Sentinel Cloud software using Raspberry PI especially for Cloud World Forum.
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