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Asset and Inventory Management
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As an IT Manager you have the responsibility to wisely invest your company’s money in computer assets and network infrastructures that align with business goals. As the computing environment becomes more and more distributed, with much of the corporate computing power sitting on employees’ desktops, a consolidated database of asset information becomes critical. We will work with your staff to provide a Network Asset Management system. With the intuitive form-driven application based Network Management System today’s IT Manager can maintain an inventory of computing assets that enables:
Proactive Asset Management
Proactive asset management is knowing what assets you currently own, what condition they are in, their configuration details, how they are deployed, and aligning this information with current business plans for expansion or reduction. This enables strategic buying, and negotiation of volume discounts, and gives your company alternatives when purchasing new equipment, so you can control costs.
Unplanned purchases cost you money, we can help you manage those cost.
Maintenance and Leasing Discounts
Consolidating all maintenance and leasing contract information within a company ensures that when it comes time to negotiate a new contract you can identify your needs and have leverage in negotiating a deserved discount.
Knowing what is leased or under maintenance and when those contracts expire can save you money.
Budgeting and Forecasting
Keeping track of who owns what, where it is located, and who uses it. Making this information available to everyone who needs it in the organization can be invaluable in planning budgets, future acquisitions, retirement of assets, and anticipating needs as technology changes.
Match business decisions with the right technology and don’t buy it if you don’t need it.
Redeployment of Assets and Components
Knowing where assets are deployed, their configuration, who maintains them, and when their leases expire ensures successful and money-saving redeployment of existing assets and subcomponents.
An asset sitting somewhere -anywhere- that is not being used, is costing you money.
Depreciation and Tax Reporting
Finance can properly depreciate equipment and pay the appropriate taxes only if there is an accurate accounting of computer and network assets.
Avoid paying for something you are not using.
As technology becomes outdated or needs change, the IT Manager needs to know where a specific asset is deployed, what configuration components can be re-used, and who to contact for termination of maintenance agreements. If leases are being tracked, the burden of disposal can be shifted to the leasing agent.
Successful IT Manager looks for additional ways to save money.
As costs of network computing escalate it is important to track these costs and distribute them to the appropriate consumers for financial management and control as well as cost recovery and resale. Cost allocation enables resource sharing and balancing.
Business users pay for only the resources that they are consuming.
If you can’t manage it, you can’t deploy it, and you can’t manage it without having critical inventory information at your fingertips.
Consistent tracking of the defined inventory (equipment, circuits, and software) facilitates planning, reduces capital costs, improves availability, and enhances productivity.
Remember... an asset is not an asset if:
Asset and Inventory Management system Features include:
Paradise Communications will design and implement a solution that lets you centrally manage corporate asset information by storing and retrieving asset data, including:
Asset and Inventory Management system solutions designed and implemented by paradise communication will let you control inventory, determine costs and gather billing data for network services. You can upload or download asset information into billing, finance, budget, and other business systems. With our Asset and Inventory Management system solutions you can distribute cost by project and organization for financial management and cost recovery.
All of this is accomplished through an easy to use, intuitive forms interface that allows you to input, query, and report network asset data as required. The following features are available in our Asset and Inventory Management system:
To find out more about the our solutions give us a call now at (925) 683-7916.
Contact us today to discuss how we can help you!
Paradise Communications Phone: (925) 683-7916 E-Mail: Info@ITRelo.net
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