Livingstone Group Recognized in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Software Asset Management Managed Services

Livingstone Group are delighted to learn of our “Challengers” positioning by Gartner in the 2020 Magic Quadrant for Software Asset Management Managed Services.

Livingstone Group are delighted to learn of our “Challengers” positioning by Gartner in the 2020 Magic Quadrant for Software Asset Management Managed Services.

As the leading independent global provider of SAM Managed Services, we believe this reflects our current journey to market leadership demonstrating our ability to execute, with the exciting prospect of the launch of our new cloud cost management platform in the coming months. We thank our loyal clients and partners who have supported our journey and we continue to develop and acquire the best service capability and talent to fulfil our market ambitions and potential.

Gartner recognises Livingstone Group for its ability to execute and completeness of vision.

“SAM managed services transform and augment existing practice to deliver cost optimization and governance discipline across software and cloud services,” wrote Stephen White and Rob Schafer, report authors and Gartner experts. “Through 2022, the SAM managed service market will continue to grow at 20% compound annual growth rate due to client challenges managing multiple environments and employing expertise.”

 

 

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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Software Asset Management Managed Services, 4 August 2020, Stephen White, Rob Schafer