After five years of experience in managing software contracts, he has been specializing in the purchase of IT commodities for over 10 years, either as a product manager or a purchasing specialist.
For the last two years, he has been working in the department of license management and centralized procurement of IT commodities, where he manages selected central framework contracts and agreements and is a member of project teams for public administration digitization projects.
His further goals include IT asset management, purchasing process optimization and strategic purchasing of IT technologies.
State and public administration organizations spend considerable funds on the purchase of hardware and software licenses in order to use software applications or information systems. It is a common practice that their effective management is subsequently not given enough attention, thus losing insight into their actual use. Especially with SW licenses, the usual situation is that organizations either pay for licenses they do not need, or they have a lack of licenses, which leads to non-compliance with the license conditions of the SW manufacturer. Such a situation creates conditions for inefficient management of IT assets. These problems are addressed by IT Asset Management.