In the face of growing security risks within the IT industry, how can your organization ensure it effectively manages assets across the business? The consequences of inefficient processes, limited focus and a lack of dedicated investment in ITAM-ITSM integration could have a substantial financial impact.
The spate of viruses, hacking and cyber-crime has hardly been difficult to ignore. But what can you do to limit these risks within your own business? IT Asset Management allows you to control the status and availability of all hardware and software assets in your organization.
So it should be a foregone conclusion that IT Managers and CIOs across the country are snapping up integrated ITSM-ITAM solutions. Shouldn’t it?
What exactly is holding users back from adopting, then? Research tends to point towards three main challenges organizations currently face, which are preventing them from climbing the ITAM Maturity ladder. These are:
Download our latest whitepaperentitled ‘Achieving transformational change with integratedassystITAM’, which discusses how the 4 pillars of our integratedassystITAM Suite were implemented and utilized within our own IT environment in a series of engaging use cases.
These use cases allowed us to capitalize on the innumerable benefits associated withassystITAM, including a substantial mitigation of risk, improved end-user experience, a reduction in time and resource waste and an increase in overall efficiency.
In addressing a range of real-world business problems in-house, Axios achieved numerous benefits by implementing theassystITAM Suite in the following business scenarios:
Keeping an up-to-date CMDB
Performance Monitoring and Reporting
For each pillar of theassystITAM Suite, these scenarios highlight business problems Axios faced before the implementation, how our solution aimed to improve them, and the transformation seen post-implementation.
This paper is the latest in a series of ITAM resources. Read our other ITAM whitepapers below:
“IT Asset Management: The No.1 investment you must make this year"