Fredrik Filipsson

Fredrik Filipsson has been working in the software licensing industry since 2005. He has held positions at IBM, Oracle, Insight Enterprises.
Then he was part of the team that founded Redress Compliance. Fredrik has 18 years of experience working with Oracle cloud and license management. His experience as a lead consultant in over 250+ consulting engagements including Oracle license audits, Oracle ULA renewals and certifications, Oracle cloud migrations, Oracle negotiations and cost reduction engagements. He is well known in the industry as a leader in the field of Oracle licensing and cloud. He has an extensive record of writing about these topics for many years, including a long line of videos published about best practice in managing Oracle software and cloud investments. Fredrik is a director and a principal lead Oracle consultant.

Morten Andersen

Morten Andersen is partner and director of Redress Compliance. Morten has more than 17 years of experience working with Software
licensing and contracting within companies such as Oracle, Insight Enterprises, IBM and Gemalto. Throughout his career, Morten has established himself as a trusted project lead and Oracle licensing expert, who helps clients negotiate, protect and optimize their Oracle investments on-premises or in the cloud. When Morten is not involved in projects, he is writing articles and making videos about Oracle licensing topics, sharing thoughts and the latest information about Oracle. Sharing information has been an instrumental part of Redress’ DNA and Morten has been involved in the training and testing of several hundreds of software asset managers and other Oracle stakeholders within companies worldwide.

Redress compliance are experts in Oracle License Management

Redress compliance are experts in Oracle License Management. Redress is recognized as the leading Oracle licensing experts providing Oracle license compliance, Oracle audit defense, Cloud transition and Oracle ULA services. Serving clients in 41 countries across The US, Europe, Africa, Middle-East, Japan and Brazil.