First Boston-based Panel Discussion on Driving License Compliance with Software Intelligence

WALTHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

The leading software intelligence solutions provider, V.i. Laboratories,
Inc. (“V.i. Labs”), is sponsoring a panel discussion and reception in
Waltham on Tuesday, May 1 on the best practices for generating,
investigating and converting software license compliance opportunities.
The panel discussion marks the fourth in a series of in-person events
that bring together software industry executives to address the issue of
license compliance and software piracy.

Guest speakers including Andrew Clarkson, Director, Anti-Piracy and
Compliance WW, Dassault Systèmes; Kimberly Herman, Partner, Sullivan
Worcester; and JP Seuren, Director, Software Compliance Group will
discuss:

  • Data driven compliance programs
  • Leveraging forensic evidence of infringement
  • License revenue recovery case studies
  • Enforcement considerations in high risk geographies
  • Best practices for sleuthing data

Space is limited, so please visit here to reserve your seat: http://info.vilabs.com/waltham

Driving License Compliance with Software Intelligence

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Westin Waltham
70
Third Ave
Waltham, MA 02451

About V.i. Laboratories (V.i. Labs)

V.i. Labs offers software providers solutions to identify, track, and
create actionable intelligence on the use and misuse of their software
to increase revenue. Its CodeArmor® platform is used by leading software
providers to recover revenue lost to unlicensed software use, gain
compliant customers and globally reduce the pirated use of their
software applications. Customers have identified more than $2 billion in
revenue recovery opportunities and are adding an average of 10 to 25
percent additional revenue to their bottom lines. V.i. Labs is privately
held and headquartered in Waltham, Mass. For more information, please
visit www.vilabs.com,
follow us on Twitter (@vilabs), or read our blog, Code Confidential.

V.i. Labs also sponsors the Software Piracy Initiatives Forum on
LinkedIn. The forum was created to give software vendors a venue for
discussing these issues and to share their experiences to minimize
piracy’s impact on the industry.

©2012 V.i. Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. V.i. Labs, the V.i.
Labs logo, and CodeArmor are trademarks or registered trademarks of V.i.
Laboratories, Inc. All other product and brand names herein are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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