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On-Demand Webcast: Unleashing FinOps

by | Jan 29, 2024 | Cloud Optimization, Informational

The growing popularity of FinOps is creating an opportunity for you to level up your entire approach to IT financial and cost management by embracing FinOps as a foundational discipline that you apply to your entire technology estate. It’s not just about saving money — it’s about making smarter, data-driven decisions that fuel growth and innovation.

But how can you understand and apply FinOps principles to significantly improve the cost‑effectiveness and agility of your tech infrastructure?

Inside the Webcast:

We’ve teamed up with industry analyst Charles Araujo to give you valuable insights and practical strategies for integrating FinOps into your operations in 2024. You won’t want to miss this critical webcast.

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Join Kristy Slimmer as she interviews Charles to find out:

1️⃣ FinOps Overview:
What exactly is FinOps, and why is it such a hot topic today?

2️⃣ FinOps & Tech Infrastructure:
Why can – and should – FinOps be applied across the tech stack?

3️⃣ Practical Strategies:
How can you incorporate FinOps principles to improve the cost-effectiveness and agility of your tech investments?

Check out this must-see analyst interview to see how you can enhance your efficiency and effectiveness through a FinOps strategy and Galileo.


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