Our experts have several years of experience in the implementation of complex IT asset management projects in SMEs, government organizations, family businesses and corporations. The satisfaction of our customers is our absolute focus in every project.
Keep track of your IT assets
The IT landscape is constantly changing. On the one hand, there is a regular need for new IT solutions, and on the other hand, IT that has already been acquired must be checked for its economic use and, if not needed, it must be decommissioned. A functioning IT asset management helps to keep track of all IT assets and to save costs directly by minimizing risks.
We support you in the introduction of a professional IT asset management.
Our SAM Managed Service
License compliance is a challenge for many companies. With our SAM Managed Service, we regularly create resilient license balances.
Our SAM Managed Service is a complete package for software asset management. In addition to the regular preparation of reliable license balances for various manufacturers, we are available to you at any time as a competent contact for all licensing issues.
- We support you throughout the entire IT asset lifecycle, starting with the need for new software, for example, and continuing through monitoring to decommissioning and scrapping.
In the graphic on the left you can see the components of the complete SAM Managed Service. You can book a complete package or just individual components and expand them as you wish. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Building blocks of our SAM service package
License risk assessment
ITAM program and roadmap design
License Audit Support
License Audit Readiness Check
IT Asset Discovery and Inventory
IT Asset Utilization / Metering
Validation of license and maintenance contracts
What is IT Asset Management?
IT Asset Management deals with the proactive management of IT assets. According to ISO/IEC 19770-1, IT assets include not only classic software products (e.g. a software license for Office), but also hardware (e.g. laptops for employees) as well as IT contracts. IT asset management is primarily concerned with the lifecycle - planning, procurement, deployment (install, move, add, change), monitoring and decommissioning - of IT assets to ensure, for example, that only correctly licensed software is used or that old equipment is regularly retired.
Procure only the hardware and software you really need
IT Asset Management ensures that demands are questioned and evaluated, that only the hardware and software needed is procured. Later, based on the use of the hardware and software, the quality of demand planning is controlled and optimized if necessary.