USU Software AG (USU, ISIN DE000A0BVU28), the largest European manufacturer of IT and knowledge management solutions, today published its figures for the first quarter of the 2017 fiscal year. The Company generated IFRS sales of EUR 18,887 thousand in the first three months of 2017 (Q1 2016: EUR 16,957 thousand), a year-on-year increase of 11.4%.
Aspera boosts its further expansion in the UK: Roger Mallett is the new Country Manager UK. With Geoff Worsley and Fiona Graham two additional proven SAM specialists and consultants were recruited for the English market.
Aspera introduces a new service for optimizing the cost of Salesforce licences: The Rapid Vendor Analysis for Salesforce service delivers concrete suggestions for cost optimization, skipping the industry trend of giving reports with no clear action items.
USU Group expands its portfolio in the software asset management growth area. In order to strategically expand its portfolio, USU Software AG (“USU”) has taken over all shares in the French company EASYTRUST SAS.
· Adjusted EBIT up 9.4% to EUR 9,614 thousand
· Substantial increase in sales and earnings forecast for 2017
· Medium-term planning anticipates consolidated revenue of EUR 140 million and adjusted EBIT of more than EUR 20 million by 2020
Aspera announces the new release of its SmartTrack platform: The powerful features in Aspera SmartTrack 4.2 dramatically reduce costs and give customers deeper insights into their software licenses.
Regina Karing (Voith), responsible for the SAM project implementation at Voith, was also awarded with a 2017 SAMS Awards yesterday in Berlin!
Voith convinced the jury with their implementation of a SAM solution in a complex technical environment in only four months.
This is what winners look like: Aspera congratulates Dr. Michael Möbius (BSH Hausgeräte) on the 2nd place at the renowned 2017 SAMS Awards. The winners were announced March 6th in Berlin for the first time via a live voting process.
As the Software Asset Management (SAM) market matures, Aspera, a specialist in the sector, is entrusting the task of expanding the French market to Margreet Fortuné.