Simtech’s successful Software Asset Management practice is getting new leadership to further support its global expansion.
Simtech is pleased to announce that Hans Toet has been promoted to the role of Director of Software Asset Management and Procurement Services, in a move to strengthen its rapidly expanding software asset management (SAM) practice.
Hans is a veteran software asset management and procurement services specialist with over twenty years of experience in the field and extensive involvement in high-value corporate procurement and deal negotiations. Hans and his team help companies save millions through identifying license compliance issues, creating optimized licensing reports, supporting IT procurement, negotiating deals, providing assistance with license audits, and training staff on software asset management.
With this promotion, Hans is now part of the senior leadership team within the Simtech Group. His main focus will be on further developing our proven software asset management and procurement services.
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When Hans is not involved in a high-profile deal negotiation, he and his team are always reachable for a conversation to see how they can help companies solve their SAM issues.
Simtech established its reputation as a trusted IT advisor providing consultancy, managed services, and cloud solutions to larger organizations in the Netherlands and across Europe. Leveraging years of real-world experience, Simtech is continuously evolving its enterprise-ready private cloud technology stack. Simtech’s OpenShift Managed Service and IT as a Service provide a frictionless infrastructure management experience for its customers. Simtech Private Cloud is a proven multi-vendor DBaaS solution, a platform designed to bring database, IaaS, and container cloud services on-premise. Simtech’s international team consisting of system, application, and platform engineers is dedicated to providing high-quality tailored services, always with a personal touch. Simtech has partnerships with Oracle, Red Hat, Dynatrace, Amazon Web Services, and StorageOS.