It’s being launched amid reports of rampant use of unlicensed engineering and design software by practitioners in these industries.
Xensam are a disrupter in the legacy SAM tools space, displacing existing tools and gaining market share because of the following key features”
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After 25+ years of helping people use and experience the web, Internet Explorer (IE) has been officially retired.
With software audits on the rise post-Covid, it’s easy to develop phobias from the resultant chaos. Our SAM Director, May Turnbull, is here to remind you that you aren’t alone!
It will help the company diversify away from its core business of designing and selling semiconductors into enterprise software, which can have larger margins.
According to TIBCO, Tesco used more software units than they were entitled to under the licensing agreement in place.