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Anglepoint launches ServiceNow app: IBM Licensing for Software Asset Management   

Anglepoint, the leading Software Asset Management (SAM) services provider to the Fortune 500 and Global 2000, has launched its first app on the ServiceNow app store, IBM Licensing for Software Asset Management.

This app, combined with Anglepoint’s IBM Managed Service, offers the ability to identify, measure, and track IBM’s software natively within ServiceNow SAMP. The app is available now in the ServiceNow Store as part of the ServiceNow “Utah” release and is a companion app to ServiceNow’s IBM License Compliance for Software Asset Management app 

Anglepoint Vice President, Mari Petersen, says, “for organizations who have or are considering investing in the ServiceNow platform and services for IBM software asset management, this is the obvious solution. Connecting Anglepoint’s unparalleled expertise in IBM licensing with the power of the ServiceNow solution, will provide customers with the opportunity to understand how to optimize their IBM software licensing spend.” 

Key features and benefits of the IBM Licensing for Software Asset Management App include the ability to: 

  • Measure IBM sub-capacity under the IASP Program
  • Access IBM licensing expertise 
  • Simplify license management  
  • Gain confidence and visibility of IBM assets within ServiceNow SAMP  
  • Identify opportunities for cost reduction 

The launch of the app in partnership with ServiceNow provides IBM customers a solution that leverages the full power of the ServiceNow platform. 

To access the free app, customers will need to be using the newest version of ServiceNow Utah and engage with Anglepoint for an IBM Managed Service. To learn more about this solution, please contact Anglepoint at

Additionally, there are benefits IBM provides to the customer under the IBM Authorized SAM Provider (IASP) program. To learn more about the IASP program, please visit the IASP page.

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