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On March 15, 2018, LicensingLive! – the Software Monetization Business Forum 2018 takes place under the motto “Software Distribution 4.0: Complexly Simple – Simply Complex” in Munich. This event is aimed equally at manufacturers of intelligent devices and software manufacturers and represents an important network platform. On the eve of this event, we would like to invite you to a get-together in a relaxed atmosphere. Do not miss this opportunity and secure your participation now – the seats are limited.
Current market developments, such as digital transformation, servitization, consumerization and monetization, employ many companies and raise many questions, uncertainties and challenges, such as: Can my company meet these demands? What steps are needed or what internal and / or external resources are needed to protect my intellectual property, stay competitive and increase sales? Discuss current topics, trends, market developments and visions in the hardware and software industry with industry experts and other companies to discuss possible solutions and success stories.
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Ansgar Dodt Vice President WW Sales for the Software Monetization division at Gemalto
Software Distribution 4.0: Complexly Simple - Simply Complex
Digitization, servicing and consumerization are not just buzzwords. How are these industrial trends monetized? The key criteria for a successful future thanks to software monetization.
New pricing strategies for flexible business models
New pricing strategies for flexible business models in times of digitization and software as a service.
Sentinel Up - Keeping your customers up-to-date
Automatically distributing automatic updates, patches and hot fixes in the field.
Ready for the future? - A contemporary digitization
Software Monetization strategy in the metalworking industry. Why is a good partnership important?
Implementation of self-service functionalities for end customers and distribution partners
Software Intuitive and configurable self-service portals, smooth ordering and sales processes, strengthen customer loyalty.
Michael 'Mizu' Zunke CTO - Software Monetization, Gemalto
Efficient protection against piracy and reverse engineering
Licensing under control. Innovative Approaches to Stronger Market Alignment
- Multiple Business Models in Response to Changing Market Requirements
PHILIPS is much more software than you think ...
As a leader in digital medical technology, Philips offers both stand-alone and software products embedded in smart devices. Gemalto's solutions and services are an important key component and a trailblazer for innovation.
Panel discussion - panel of experts
Cocktail reception and networking
End of the event
Vice President WW Sales for the Software Monetization division at Gemalto
Ansgar Dodt is VP Worldwide Sales for the Software Monetization division at Gemalto and has been with the company since December 2005. Dodt joined the company following Gemalto’s (formerly SafeNet) acquisition of Eracom, where he held the position of managing director on the executive board for four years.
Dodt has a proven track record of successfully managing businesses to meet major growth and profit goals. In his time as MD of Eracom, Dodt successfully positioned the company as a supplier to the smart card industry, doubled global sales in disc and file encryption and quadrupled sales per capita in the EMEA region. Prior to this, he worked as MD at Pari Capital, the former owner of Eracom, and as senior engagement manager for McKinsey, specializing in the high-tech sector.
Michael ‘Mizu’ Zunke
CTO - Software Monetization, Gemalto
Today at SafeNet Software Rights Management in his CTO role, MiZu is driving new technologies and the strategic evolution of the platform. He is a specialist in application security for licensing, protection against reverse engineering and automated technologies to integrate security paradigms into applications. He is responsible for overall security architecture and innovation in the field of Software Security and Licensing.
MiZu also holds several patents in the software security arena.