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How HashiCorp Manages SaaS Costs and Keeps Employees Productive

In this session, you will meet Jim Fazzone, Head of IT at HashiCorp, and learn how he has partnered with Productiv to manage his SaaS portfolio, including details on how to:

- Negotiate better renewals

- Right-size license footprint based on actual usage and find overlapping applications

- Automate repetitive tasks with license management workflows

- Understand employee engagement with 85% of HashiCorp workforce now remote

HashiCorp is a software company with more than 1,000 employees and a recent $5 billion valuation. Jim Fazzone has a 20-year career in IT with the past several years managing IT through HashiCorp’s rapid growth.
Recorded Jul 15 2020 55 mins
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Jim Fazzone, Head of IT at HashiCorp and Munish Gandhi, Co-founder and COO at Productiv
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  • How HashiCorp Manages SaaS Costs and Keeps Employees Productive Recorded: Jul 15 2020 55 mins
    Jim Fazzone, Head of IT at HashiCorp and Munish Gandhi, Co-founder and COO at Productiv
    In this session, you will meet Jim Fazzone, Head of IT at HashiCorp, and learn how he has partnered with Productiv to manage his SaaS portfolio, including details on how to:

    - Negotiate better renewals

    - Right-size license footprint based on actual usage and find overlapping applications

    - Automate repetitive tasks with license management workflows

    - Understand employee engagement with 85% of HashiCorp workforce now remote

    HashiCorp is a software company with more than 1,000 employees and a recent $5 billion valuation. Jim Fazzone has a 20-year career in IT with the past several years managing IT through HashiCorp’s rapid growth.
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