Press Releases

UpperEdge Named One of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®

August 14, 2018
Boston's Best and Brightest Companies to work for Winner 2018

UpperEdge, an independent third-party advisory company that empowers organizations to get the most from their IT supplier relationships, announced today that it was selected as one of Boston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®. 

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One-third of Agile Projects Result In Failure

March 20, 2018
There are risks and uncertainties associated with agile at scale compared to traditional Waterfall methods.

Studies have shown that nearly one-third of Agile projects fail, but the risk of failure for organizations attempting to scale Agile for ERP implementation projects is even higher.

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Enterprise Technology: Contract Negotiation in the Ever-changing Era of AI

December 8, 2017
While emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and the IoT introduce exciting growth opportunities, they also present challenges and additional layers of complexity when sourcing, negotiating, and enabling these technologies.

UpperEdge CEO to Moderate Panel on Structuring Winning AI Deals at AI World Conference

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Software Compliance Assessments Reveal an Average Net License Fee Exposure Between $800K and $2.5M

October 18, 2017
UpperEdge assesses audit risk

SAP Indirect Access and Oracle non-compliance fees continue to rise as vendors attempt to lock-in customers, says UpperEdge.

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UpperEdge Reduces Indirect Access License Exposure via Negotiations by 60 to 70%

August 10, 2017

With over 65,000 large enterprises relying on SAP to run their businesses in a highly interconnected manner, customers need to have rock solid handles on their SAP relationships.

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UpperEdge Rates Audit Risk for Oracle Customers

April 5, 2017
UpperEdge rates Audit Risk for Oracle Customers

Oracle customers concerned about potentially being selected for an audit often share the same feelings, fear and anxiety of the unknown. These audit claims have become a costly issue due to the complexity of Oracle’s licensing policies.

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