Proactive IT Asset Management can recover over 25% of the existing IT budget.
Learn what you need to know in order to lead your IT Asset Management efforts to success and to avoid common pitfalls.
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One Day Price: $5,000.00 plus travel expenses
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The IAITAM Executive Briefing provides a topical, energizing view of IT Asset Management issues and the opportunities IT Asset Management practices can bring to the enterprise. Briefing content includes the current legislation that will impact the enterprise and how best to use the demands of this legislation to the enterprise’s advantage. Focus is placed on the knowledge needed to proactively plan and the hot buttons needed to build executive buy-in. Real world issues are presented with practical solutions. Savings opportunities are quickly identified and their implementation in your enterprise are discussed. Briefings can address your company’s specific questions or provide relevant experiences from the industry.
An estimated 90% of global enterprises can significantly improve the management of their IT assets.
Cost of inaction: Ineffective practices can double the cost of your IT acquisitions and support of those assets.
Resulting opportunity: Through the implementation of focused ITAM methodologies in a phased manner, executives can either cut costs or redeploy soft dollars to other vital projects. IT executives in the know have found that more effective management of support and maintenance contracts as a single process can contribute to dramatically reducing unnecessary IT spend.
Cost of inaction: Hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on duplication of services and maintenance on antiquated equipment.
Resulting opportunity: Through an IAITAM Executive Briefing, learn where you can effectively take action for your organization.
Issues Discussed During the Briefing:
- Exposure areas for censure by outside agencies
- Target areas for rapid improvement
- The documentation and statistics that executive management MUST have
- How to coordinate ITAM/SAM efforts with ongoing initiatives
- Utilizing ITAM to gain consistent long term savings
- Real world examples of winning ITAM/SAM strategies
- Where, what and when to invest in ITAM for the enterprise
- Building the Business Case