Apptio EMEA now has a presence across the region in the UK, France, Germany, Nordics, Benelux and the Middle East. Organisations that leverage Apptio can optimise their spending by eliminating redundancies, shift spend from “run” to “grow” and make more strategic technology investments. European organisations such as Shell and Nationwide Building Society have already leveraged Apptio to drive significant business outcomes.
“European IT leaders are committed to delivering the highest-quality IT services at competitive rates. Despite rising IT spending across Europe, strategic IT leaders are always looking for ways to reduce their run costs and focus more on adopting and implementing innovative technologies,” said Colin Rowland, SVP EMEA at Apptio. “Armed with transparency into spending and a strategic plan, Apptio customers are empowered to run their IT organisations like a business and deliver maximum value to their partners.”
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