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Many organizations are unhappy with their current software providers, yet those same organizations are hesitant to move off their underperforming platforms.

In this webinar, David Piazza, Division President at SoftwareReviews, will discuss how he works with clients to overcome those challenges and motivate their stakeholders to invest in better software tools. 

In the 30-minute conversation, we will review:

  1. What holds organizations back from switching, and what is the real opportunity out there
  2. Review a roadmap and business case for how business stakeholders, IT, and procurement can make that difficult decision to switch off underperforming software
  3. Options for how to streamline the selection process.

At the conclusion, there will be time for questions.

Complimentary blueprint: Following the webinar, you can download a SoftwareReviews blueprint of a decision tree on how to overcome your own internal obstacles to switching. 

Featured Speakers

Speaker: David Piazza, Division President at SoftwareReviews

David Piazza is the Division President of SoftwareReviews, the division Info-Tech Research Group devoted to improving the software buying and selling process.

He has 25 years of experience in the technology sector, spanning product development, product management, and business development at both large companies and start-ups.

In his role, he helps both technology buyers and providers to elevate the software buying and selling experience. 

Moderator: Henrik Leerberg, Chief Marketing Officer at Scanmarket

As Scanmarket's CMO, Henrik Leerberg oversees all marketing activities globally by fueling growth and creating value for both existing and new customers.

With more than 25 years of leadership experience from a range of B2B software companies, Henrik has built a solid foundation for broad businesses within all aspects from engineering to marketing and sales to administration.