Eracent to Hold Free NYC Software Asset Management Seminar

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Eracent, Inc., a worldwide provider of IT and software asset management software, will be hosting a free seminar on Software Compliance and Management in Microsoft's New York City offices on Wednesday, October 24, 2007. Industry leaders in Intellectual Property and Software Asset Management provide current updates and advice. Join this free conference-type session and acquire action suggestions while networking with your peers.

Eracent, Inc., a worldwide provider of IT and software asset management software, will be hosting a Seminar on Software Compliance and Management in Microsoft's New York City offices on Wednesday, October 24, 2007 between 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

The free half-day seminar will offer vital information on how managers and IT professionals can use software asset management techniques to ensure or improve compliance and bottom-line success. Focusing on rapid wins, valid next steps and measuring success, this educational program offers networking with industry leaders and peers without the expense of a conference.

Presenters include Lawrence Husick Esq., a noted intellectual property attorney with Lipton, Weinberger and Husick, Tim Berry, Microsoft's Regional Manager - Software Asset Management and Jack Micklovich, Eracent's Vice President of Software Asset Management Solutions.

Microsoft's New York City offices are located at 1290 Avenue of the Americas. Registration and more information is available online at http://www.eracent.com

About Eracent
Eracent, Inc. is a global provider of IT asset management solutions for organizations who require accuracy and accountability for their asset inventory while maximizing their IT investment. Eracent offers a full suite of IT asset management solutions that help organizations achieve tactical and strategic IT and business goals with technology that is easy to use and designed for today's multi-platform complex environments. Eracent's software products are routinely used by major companies and government agencies to 'right-size" IT operations, identify and retire under-utilized resources and consolidate and/or virtualize server devices. For more information on Eracent visit http://www.eracent.com.

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Peter Setaro, 609-452-8500 or psetaro @ princetonpartners.com

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