License Optimization (SLO) – IPR-Insights License Consulting

License Optimization (SLO)

OptimizationSoftware assets are critical elements of IT systems; their management requires complex IT, accounting, and legal knowledge. Software License Optimization (SLO) extends beyond handling the legal risk of non-compliant software usage.

The inadequate treatment of license lifecycles may load significant extra costs and risks on the organization: the financial risk of overlicensing, unfavorable procurement, unused shelfware, etc. According to IDC: "Software license complexity will cost organizations an average of 25% of their software license budgets."

More and more CEOs and CFOs realize that software assets are not only the CIO’s problem. Applying license optimization processes and technologies are essential tools of risk and cost reduction. Consultants of IPR-Insights are aware of best practices, opportunities, and probable pitfalls, so they can provide organizations a helping hand, so that they spend just as much for software, as it is necessary, and no more.

Our experts are at your disposal including but not limited to these types of consulting services:


IBM License Management, Regular ILMT Services

ILMT migration, installation, survey, exploiting cost reduction options

Support of IBM License Metric Tool (ILMT) 7.2.2 and 7.5 is discontinued

IBM License Metric Tool, a free software asset management system based on HCL BigFix technology is the most effective tool for measuring your IBM software usage and managing your IBM licenses. Using ILMT is not only an option but also a must if the Company wants to take advantage of sub-capacity licensing. Sub-Capacity Licensing stands for licensing server products on virtual CPU capacity consumption, which can result in significant cost savings of up to 10-12 times, compared to the full-capacity option. However, the prerequisite for this is the implementation and proper usage of the current version of ILMT within 90 days of deploying IBM products in virtualized environments, while the generation of usage reports on a quarterly basis is also required.

Maintenance of ILMT requires significant and regular operating efforts; preparation of usage reports requires thorough and up-to-date IBM licensing knowledge. IBM is one of the most active auditors among software vendors. The existence and adequacy of ILMT reports receive special attention in every audit, the lack of appropriate ILMT reports leads to a license requirement defined by the total physical server capacity on list price and some additional items.

Read more about ILMT our IBM optimization service in our brochure.


If you are interested in ILMT, and IBM license optimization, send us a mail, so that we can personally provide details!

Microsoft Optimization Service

OptimizationMicrosoft does not offer licensing training for end-users, clients. In the absence of a better choice, the license manager can build his / her licensing expertise on his / her own research work, blog posts, and his / her own experience - in the wrong case, collected under the pressure of a vendor audit. Licensing is constantly changing, and mixed on-premise and cloud models also complicate the interpretation of terms of use for purchased/subscribed products. Several clients ask for the help of reseller partners, but you can only expect a true license optimization approach from an independent expert selling no licenses at all.

In our Microsoft license optimization service, our consultants determine the range of information and data needed to determine the license position and then collect the necessary information and data from the client's IT system. For complete data collection, we recommend using the SAM-Insights software asset management tool.

The analysis of the collected data and information, the comparison of the surveyed software usage, and the documentation of the available licenses provide a basis for determining the effective license position and preparing the compliance report.

Of course, compliance can be ensured not only by purchasing additional licenses but also by reviewing the possibilities of different licensing models and eliminating the use of applications that are not necessary for the operation of the company - where appropriate, even selling used licenses.

Our experts compile their usage optimization and procurement proposals according to the above aspects, especially with regard to the comparison of large enterprise licensing models (EA, MPSA, SPLA, etc.), software tracking capabilities, and subscription / online application options.


If you are interested in our Microsoft optimization service, write to us so that we can inform you in detail about the details!

Oracle Optimization Service

Due to the special licensing rules of Oracle, the purchased licenses often have a variety of rules. Because of this, comparing usage and licenses is typically a license consultant’s task. In reporting compliance, a commonly used incorrect method is applying current rules for the whole environment. Our contractual process can result in a more accurate and even more favorable compliance situation.

The review of Oracle Database software products is different from that of software products identified upon installation files: license need is not solely defined by installed functions, but internal configurations and hardware environment must also be considered. Our ORCA for SAM-Insights tool configured and developed upon these specific demands makes your actual software use visible.

As a result:

  • operators can get a clear picture of the licensable use of their database,
  • the license manager can see the license requirement resulting from the use,
  • based on the results, IT management gets the opportunity to manage Oracle licensed assets instead of just following a risk-avoidance strategy.

Based on accurate information, our consultants will help you understand the audit risks and their licensing options. Based on the surveyed data, optimization of usage and infrastructure can be performed considering licensing aspects, in order to reduce operating and investment costs.

Read more about our Oracle optimization service in our brochure.


If you are interested in ORCA, and Oracle license optimization, send us a mail, so that we can personally provide details!

SAP Optimization Service

Transparency in Your Effective Licensing Position (ELP)

Analyzing and Optimizing SAP Software Licenses

Data-cost-risk-plan-strategyOur SAP optimization service automates the optimization of SAP licenses based on the current transactions of SAP systems connected. License reports can be generated automatically, improperly assigned licenses, inactive users and duplications can be identified, and optimal license types allocated to transactions currently in use.

Based on project experiences, 20-40% of users are over-licensed in SAP systems! Our service facilitates the optimal utilization of all details of the SAP license agreement, including prices, percentage rules, special licenses, transactions, business objects, engines, etc.

Our service provides you a transparent view of the Effective License Position (ELP) of your organization regarding SAP. We are not an SAP reseller, so no result of an SAP optimization service is in conflict with our business interests. As an independent licensing consultant, we help our clients in legitimate and cost-effective software asset management, so that they spend just as much for their software as it is necessary, and no more!

Digital access / indirect use

Digital Access is one of the hottest topics today. Counting interface connections and digital objects, evaluating business use of SAP-generated data, and finding the best license types are just a few of the current issues. We provide expert support and the specific samQ tool to establish a firm statement on your SAP indirect access situation and mitigate your financial risk as much as possible. Our experience shows that by far not all cases belong to indirect use that seem to at first glance.

Role and authorization management

GDPR, SOD, Security, all have a lot to do with SAP role and authorization management. SetQ is an easy to deploy tool containing thousands of roles and a wide range of roles and authorization management tools. It automates your SAP access management keeping it audit-ready and reportable at any time. Access-based licensing is more at the forefront of SAP’s revenue generation than transactional, so close control of access profiles is crucial.

Advantages of SAP optimization service by IPR-Insights

  • Decreasing administrative costs: we prepare all systems for LAW inspection.
  • Decreasing legal risk: automatic audit of all engines of the system launched centrally
  • No unprepared audit: you will be aware of the audit report content well before even receiving that.
  • A more accurate inventory of current licenses, and future needs.

Read more about our SAP optimization service in our brochure.


If you are interested in SAP license optimization, send us a mail, so that we can personally provide details!

Selling Used Software Licenses

New or Used?When optimizing software licenses, the question often arises whether it is possible to sell software (licenses) that have been used until then but have become obsolete, as this solution can lead to immediate cost savings.

The legal bases for selling used software (also known as the secondary software market) are regulated at EU level. The legal basis for the secondary software market, as for other copyright works, is provided by the exhaustion institution: the right to distribute a copy of a software product to the holder of that right (who is the copyright owner - usually the producer) is exhausted if he or anyone with his consent others sell within the European Economic Area (EEA). And since 2012, exhaustion is also applied to software downloaded from the Internet that does not have physical work. Any license terms that would limit or exclude this option will be void!

There are several conditions that must be met in order to legally sell used software, so it is advisable to rely on a partner who has a proven track record, experience, and reliability when selling. Our company with nearly two decades of experience and knowledge of the relevant legislation will help you optimize your costs.

If you are interested in the maturity level of your organization’s SAM processes, please download our software asset management maturity model:



Balázs Repkényi

Repkényi Balázs

As an Oracle licensing expert, he has been helping our clients in opposing software vendor audits and coping with the particular challenges of Oracle software asset management for more than 10 years and on five continents. As an instructor at the IPR-Insights LicenseAcademy and the Advanced Oracle LicenseAcademy, he also supports our clients’ software asset management community in maintaining compliance and reducing risk. Previously, he worked for Oracle and the Arrow ECS Oracle distribution team.

László Fábián

Fábián László, CMO

He strives to direct the communications and marketing of IPR-Insights purposefully, backed by several years' multisectoral professional experience. Earlier, he solved similar tasks at local software developer, systems integrator, and multinational printing solutions provider companies. He began his career at the company pioneering not only in new technologies but also in active (some say hyperactive) use of marketing. His diploma from the College for Foreign Trade and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh provided a solid base for all these. In his free time, he fulfills his enthusiasm for chess and Lake Balaton - his wife and two daughters share more in his latter passion.

Attila Posta

Posta Attila

Attila joined IPR-Insights in 2018 bringing SAP knowledge and experience to establish SAP software license management division at IPR-Insights, building service portfolio and develop business in Hungary and Poland.  He has a degree in Economics at MBA level and one Master of Arts degree in Literature and social sciences. Attila has always worked for multinational companies, amongst them, SAP where he spent four years in the software sales division and three years in the consulting division gaining extensive experience in SAP software, projects, and services. As a father of two young boys, the focus is on the family. In his free time, he likes mountain climbing, hiking, and various water sports.

Dr. Ágnes Kádár

She joined the IPR-Insights legal team as a licensing consultant in May 2021. She studied law at the University of Debrecen, and then completed a specialization in info-communication law at the University of Pécs. In her work, she has always sought the common ground of law and the practical application of innovative technological solutions in a local and global context as well. She gained her professional experience in in-house and law firm environments, mainly in the fields of data protection and IT law. All these facilitate a complex approach in handling issues concerned. She enjoys spending her free time actively: hiking, skiing. She follows the recent regulatory developments relative to various innovative technological solutions, and fulfills her enthusiasm for visual arts

Anett Piringer

As a career starter, she accidentally got caught up in the world of IT, where she still tries to satisfy her immense thirst for knowledge. She has more than 10 years of professional experience in logistics, licensing and sales at one of Hungary's leading IT distributors. She joined the IPR-Insights team in May 2021. A perpetual mover, curious and always looking for a challenge, she likes spending her free time hiking, rafting, via ferrata tours and is a great nature and animal lover as well. Her artistic side is expressed in music and photography In her free time, she relaxes actively. How? Hiking in the beautiful Hungarian forests and hills, but also tripping around the globe to experience nature?s attractions.

Dr. Dániel Rogányi

dr. Rogányi Dániel

He studied law at the Universities of Pécs and Cologne, and subsequently, enriched his skills with public procurement and financial studies. He got involved with the magical world of software licenses at IBM’s international service center, and this love has not ended. He is thorough and reliable, trying to find the most appropriate responses to all questions of customers. He specializes in IBM software licensing, software law issues, and software vendor audits. In his free time, he is active in sports, hikes, and monitors the developments of the global capital markets, and the novelties of literary and theatrical life.

Judit Cservenka

Cservenka Judit

Judit started working at IPR-Insights applying her knowledge gained in small and large enterprises. She understands Hungarian information technology market, where she has been working for fifteen years. She graduated as an economist but from a young age, she has been captivated by computers, so she uses her skills on hardware and software fields. She likes active hobbies such as hiking, skiing, surfing and mountaineering ? preferably together with her dog.

Orsolya Bock

She is the soul of IPR-Insights and the solver of all our problems. She is qualified HR manager, working on improving our HR system to the contentment of the team and the management. She holds her ear to the ground does it come to tenders. Should she find some convenient for IPR-Insights, she grabs is, mostly with best results. She gathered most of her professional experiences at IT companies, which makes her a good supplement to the team in projects too. She likes to party, and she?s also very good in organizing them ? which we all esteem.

Szilárd Pap

Pap Szilárd

He graduated in IT engineering and gained most of his experience as a project manager with various enterprises by implementing and operating IT infrastructure and applications. He has a wide range of software and hardware knowledge, spiced with a number of Dell Certified System Expert and Microsoft Certified Professional exams. As Infrastructure Consulting Director of IPR-Insights, he plays a key role in the implementation of SAM-Insights asset management system, and in addition to this, he also performs continuous high-quality technical support to our customers.

Andrea Kovács

Kovács Andrea

She joined IPR Insights as a licensing consultant in August 2019. She graduated at ELTE as a lawyer, but she also studied a semester at Masaryk University with an Erasmus scholarship - focusing on IT, so it was obvious that she would like to work in this field right after graduation. In her free time, she does research on social media regulation as part of her PhD dissertation.

Zoltán Berecz

Berecz Zoltán

He is the engine of IPR-Insights sales. With his arrival in 2010, we could open also to the medium size companies, since previously, Zoli has been working particularly for this sector at one of the world's biggest software vendors, first as a telesales professional, later as a key account manager. He does really know, what kind of difficulties our clients are facing in software asset management, so there's no wonder that he has joined a company that can deliver real solutions for these challenges. Zoltan is a man of words, by good fortune, he is enhancing this talent at IPR-Insights. At home, his wife and his little daughters are the speakers.

Monika Chojnowska

Monika graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw. For over eight years, she gained experience in the IT industry, first working for one of the largest integrators in the Polish market, then later, in the leading international company engaged in software resale. At IPR-Insights, she works as License Consultant, supporting clients in solving complicated licensing problems. Her skills gained at Polish market in licensing and SAM are acknowledged in certificates confirmed by one of the leading software producers.

Jakub Panas

Kuba began his professional career as IT specialist in a small trading company. Then he joined a governmental organization dealing in public health, where he acted as: business analyst, Project Manager, public tender specialist, administrator of databases, Windows and Active Directory. Also he was the Polish delegate to the respective European public agency. After 10 years, he felt he should look for a job with a bit tighter and more focused scope. When getting the proposal of IPR-Insights Poland, he instantly realized that it could be the right place for him. Since then, he is an acknowledged consultant of our Polish team. He is a real acting architect afternoons, too: he loves building new Lego constructions together with his sons.

Ádám Nyuzó

Nyuzó Ádám

The leader of the software developer team of IPR-Insights, manager and active participant of solving any software development issue arising in our work. In addition to coordinating the development activities, he also supports our software asset management projects by his corporate infrastructure management experience. He props his younger colleagues, not just with acts, but through his classical didactical way (?I know YOU can do it??). On his own admission, he is the Miyamoto Musashi of IT. As his Master, he has a much diversified interest: reading, tuning his car, building his house, raising his children. But you have to know, he is not perfect: he can be better at glacier skiing, bell founding and in quantum mechanics.

Janusz Krzyczkowski

Janusz Krzyczkowski

Master of Business Administration holder from Leon Koźmiński?s Academy. Graduate from Mathematics and Information Technology Department, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń as well as from Physics Faculty at the Warsaw University. He was responsible for sales and license policy of the largest software vendor. He specialized in their software at several local and regional partner companies. At present, he holds position of General Manager at IPR-Insights, where he deals with sales of Software Asset Management solutions. Certified Software Asset Management Consultant as well as Auditor within Software Management and Licensing Procedures. Software Asset Management is not only his profession, but also ? passion.

Octavian Filip

Octavian Filip

Law graduate and long-distance runner, our alliances and international sales manager has over a decade of experience in licensing software and licensing agreements with large and enterprise size companies in Europe, both from the perspective of working for the largest software vendor but also for key international partners of the software vendors. He considers the position of a SAM services provider to best fitting as an independent player, as it allows for the act to be totally objective and for the results to be used as seen best fit by the beneficiary. It also allows us to work with any IT services company, even if SAM providers themselves.

Zsolt Csala

Csala Zsolt

He is leading the operations of IPR-Insights within Hungary. He aspires to pass on his widespread IT consultancy, project management, and software asset management experience to the consultants of IPR-Insights while assisting their further professional development and expansion. Not only does he hold CISA and ITIL qualifications he is also a notable Excel guru within IPR-Insights. In his free time, he tries to organize family programs that his maturing children can still be persuaded of, or he enjoys running and playing chess. He finds new challenges regularly, that require contemplation, like the Rubik's Cube speedsolving methods or bot programming in new languages.

Orsolya Czap

Czap Orsolya

Orsi joined the IPR-Insights team in September 2019, with 23 years of work experience at different types of IT trading companies. She is experienced in retail, system integration, and also distribution in the IT world. She worked always in relation to software brands, especially in the sales and licensing roles of Microsoft's small and midmarket segment. After work, she provides excellent advice to her 2 children and her husband and goes to a Gymstick workout for exercise, which she hasn't been able to get tired of for many years now.

Gábor Hédai

Gábor joined the IPR-Insights team in the autumn of 2020. In terms of his career, he took an adventurous journey in the last couple of years. He has gained experience in banking, commercial, and energy environment. He learned the basics of asset management at an international bank referred to as the alma mater, where he did the ITIL exam successfully. After that, the world opened up to him and all his time was tied to the discovery of the United States. His love of music led him to a commercial direction, where he perfected his management skills. His curiosity about IT tools was aroused again by Steve Jobs’ book, causing him to find himself in a large corporate environment, again. The digital transformation started from the hardware field that he (also) managed. The double tender and the IT project planning followed by implementation gave him the lesson thoroughly. As a bird resurrected from its ashes, he just like the Phoenix continues his journey with fresh energies at IPR-Insights. He plans to spend every second of his free time with his little baby girl (expected in December, 2020). His favorite pastime is browsing, actively interested in astronomy, and the electrical revolution. He is spinning up if music around and slows down while doing the cooking.

György Hidasi

Hidasi György

He gained his wide-scale knowledge as system administrator and desktop supporter throughout various small-, medium- and large enterprises, including a software company, oil company, beer brewery and even a commercial television. At IPR-Insights, he deals with infrastructure and software identification related questions, and with technical support of our customers as well. Upon his arrival, the IPR-Insights band also enriched with a new enthusiastic member.

Gábor Kovács

Gábor joined the IPR-Insights team in the summer of 2017. He graduated as a sociologist and cameraman. By a sudden impulse, he jumped into the fantastic world of information technology and has not regretted it. He has been working in the field of Microsoft software for ten years. He picked up the basics of software licensing in Brno in the Czech Republic, and after he moved back home, he gained practice in the IT aspects of the SME sector not just from the licensing perspective but also from the sales perspective. Later, he got interested in cloud services and he presented the advantages of the world of cloud to IT specialists and decision-makers. Gábor has worked for one of the biggest Hungarian distributors for several years where he managed cloud products and services. He tries to spend every minute of his free time with his children. Besides, he likes running (persistent new beginner), beer testing, and brewing are amongst his hobbies (with strict quantity restrictions), and he is an enthusiastic vinyl (in English: record) collector.

Péter Princzesz

He gained his experience as a systems engineer in IT infrastructure operation, development, application server operation and similar projects at medium and large enterprises. He has diverse hardware and software experience, and several Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert, Microsoft Certified IT Professional Enterprise certifications. At IPR-Insights, he is engaged in SAM-Insights software inventory implementation projects, provides technical support for SAM-Insights users, and operates the internal infrastructure. In his remaining time, he is ready to help his colleagues in anything else. Raising his twin girls takes the most of his free time, furthermore, he enjoys roaming the world of computer games, or reading fantasy books. Also, he is a big fan of series.

Dávid Gottstein

Gottstein Dávid

Dávid joined the developer team of IPR-Insights after he gained experiences in international and Hungarian companies as software developer and system administrator. His degree in electrical engineering in telecommunication and computer sciences enable him to become an expert of databases and business logic implementation. Database programming, server or client side programming are all solvable challenges for him. When he doesn?t deal with fine tuning the software asset management tools of IPR-Insights he looks for tasks in family circle.

Richárd Bősz

Bősz Richárd

Richárd joined the identification team with a wide variety of IT knowledge and great enthusiasm in 2020. He has several Cisco CCNA certifications and experience in Microsoft client and server management and system administration. In his free time, he likes cycling, tinkering with almost anything with competent confidence and he also likes playing computer and mobile games.

Attila Hatvani

Hatvani Attila

By profession, he is computer mechanic and maintainer. After working for smaller companies as data recorder, Attila joined IPR-Insights team, where he learned the basics of software identification and registration. Over the past few years, he became an experienced identification expert. His hobby is modelling, be it by land, sea or air, he assembles any type of models, and controls them with confidence.

Balázs Ács

Ács Balázs

There cannot be a lot of software products around the world, which he doesn't know by head. He's extremely fast in recognizing new products, which is a needed value facing the challenges software producers prepare. His original profession is a media developer, that helps him in his current job, but is also a great hobby.

Tibor Vincze-Berecz

Tibor has been active in the IT market for 15 years, by profession, he is an IT statistician and economic planner. First, he worked as a sales manager and partner manager for IT retailers, then, as an IT outsourcing consultant for seven years. He considered the continuous development of his software asset management and vendor licensing skills important from the very beginning. He strives to support the IPR-Insights team as a licensing consultant making use of his experience gained. He specializes in the licensing backgrounds of Microsoft, Red Hat, and VMware. As a sport, he pursues running and functional training. He likes hiking, especially in the mountains, and he also likes longer, multi-day bicycle tours.

Zsófia Csabay

Csabay Zsófia

After completing her international relations and Turkish studies at Eötvös Loránd University, she gained experiences in public administration and continued to build on her background in multisectoral medium size and multinational companies in international relations consultant and project manager positions. Currently she enriches the sales and marketing team of IPR. Her favorite hobby is dance which is a form of art and sport at the same time.

Alíz Teixeira Juhász

Aliz spent the first 10 years of her career in a multinational environment in the finance area, of which she worked 5 years abroad on an SAP implementation and process harmonization project as a business process expert. She joined the IPR-Insights Group in 2019 as a finance colleague to support the company's international strengthen by her experience gained in a multinational environment. She likes to spend her free time with her family's two-legged and four-legged members and friends. Her favorite leisure activities are reading, putting puzzles together and hiking. In addition, she also works in a volunteer organization that aims to develop disadvantaged children.

Lajos Vitányi

Lajos brings valuable knowledge into the developer team based on many years professional experience. Earlier, he participated in designing and developing databases, and he also worked on projects to facilitate the web communication of databases. He also has expertise in developing web services and windows applications. Throughout his career, he was not only responsible for developing applications on demand, but he was also involved in planning and specification tasks. He likes playing football with his friends in his free time.

Vivien Gál

Gál Vivien

As a fresh graduate, she tried herself in several different fields and positions when she happened upon the role of office assistant, with which she luckily fell in love with soon after. In close cooperation with Orsi, she ensures the smooth day to day operations of the office, and helps out her colleagues with all the minuscule problems of the workplace. Outside the office, she has a vivid social life, and simply adores post-it notes!

Dr. Telek Eszter

Mindent tud a szoftver szerzői jogról és a licencekről, még olyanokat is, amit maga a szoftver gyártója sem. A munkában szerzett tapasztalatait folyamatos tanulási, kutatási mániájával igyekszik bővíteni; rendszeresen publikál, illetve előadásokat tart szoftverjogi és az infokommunikációs jogterületet érintő egyéb kérdésekről. A Pécsi Tudományegyetemen szerzett infokommunikációs szakjogász diplomája megszerzését követően PhD kutatást kezdett az ELTE Jogi Karán, ahol a nyílt forráskódú szoftverekkel és a szerzői művek közkincsbe bocsátásával foglakozik. Szabadidejében lehetőség szerint sokfelé utazik (ennek érdekében igyekszik tökélyre fejleszteni a törvényes szabadnapok felhasználásának módozatait), emellett szívesen olvas, jár színházba, moziba, és - kollégái nyomása ellenére - igyekszik ellenállni a Star Wars és Indiana Jones filmek maratonszerű megtekintésének.

András Balczer

Balczer András

András joined IPR-Insights team in the spring of 2018, earlier, he worked as database analyst at a market leader media company. He was infected with the world of IT already during his high school years. Since then, with minor or major interruptions, he has been involved in programming and database design. He is also familiar with data visualization and BI issues. His favorite out of office relax activities are cycling, and peaceful fishing.

Nándor Sipos

Sipos Nándor

Nándor joined the IPR-Insights team at the end of 2018. As an infrastructure consultant, he plays important role in the implementation projects of the SAM-Insights software registry system, provides technical support for recent customers and the internal infrastructure. During his previous career, he gained experience in product support, web development, and service management business fields. He graduated from the University of Debrecen as a programmer mathematician and gained Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator, Microsoft Certified Professional Developer, and ITIL Intermediate certifications. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, running, cycling, skiing, and ball games such as basketball, squash, football, and table tennis are close to his heart.

Zoltán Tamás Tóth

Tóth Zoltán Tamás

Zoli joined our team in the beginning of 2019. He started his IT career as an enthusiastic pioneer working on a ZX-81 PC borrowed from the local factory for the weekend. In the 28 years in between, he gained experience working on multiple IT projects in both the public and private sector. Zoli participated as a developer, consultant, and project leader in many projects. He speaks the language of database systems at conversation level, yet he is confident with backend development as well. From a young age he was interested in making movies and digital video editing very much that he was only able to pursue in his free time. He is very proud of his pre-youtube pirate video called "Barkas vs. Barkas" which he won an award for with his friends in 1998. He spends his spare time with his family, he is fond of American cars. His hobby is preparing exotic food. And when not exercising all these, he reads legal literature.

Péter Gyulai

Gyulai Péter

Peter worked for 15 years at multinational companies in various IT-related positions. He has several Microsoft (client and server-side), Cisco CCNA, Prince2 and ITIL intermediate certificates. In his role as an infrastructure consultant at IPR-Insights, he takes part in implementation projects of the SAM-Insights software inventory system, and provides technical support to our customers, while also being involved in the maintenance of our internal IT infrastructure. He spends most of his free time with his wife and three children. He likes going to the theater, going on excursions and playing football with his friends.

Sándor Zsoldos

Zsoldos Sándor

He is one of the founders of IPR-Insights. Working for the biggest software producer in the world, he figured that the modern version of the old phrase saying "set a thief to catch a thief" is "get a thief as a consultant to catch a thief" (obviously, we would not like to hurt anyone's feelings, we can't help the phrase goes like that - ed.). In his spare time, he does woodworking (at learner level), takes photos (fairly well), or reads books (quite well). He doesn't have more spare time as he's the proud father of three beautiful children.