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Asset Management  is a set of business processes. Designed to manage the life cycle of an organization’s assets.

More Service Assets then provides a complete overview of equipment to follow up or replace. And by that giving you control over PCs, mobile phones, licenses and other inventory. 

More Service Assets also integrates with the CMDB. Thus taking objects follow-up to a new digital level. And the result, increased productivity in the organization.

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Why Asset Management?

Asset Management is about more than creating an asset inventory. It’s also about using the captured asset data to maximize returns and cut risk. As well as drive increased business value.
Avoid unnecessary asset purchases. And make the best use of current resources. Then IT managers can cut software licensing and support costs. And therefore reduce waste and improve efficiency.
Asset management also helps to understand IT’s business value. And improves understanding between IT and other departments.
It also enforces compliance with cyber security policies and regulatory requirements.

Overall, asset management improves productivity through technology support. And limits overhead costs of managing IT.


More Service Assets provides

  • More Service Assets gives an overview of all equipment that has a life cycle.
  • It’s easy to add inventory by scanning a QR-code or by entering information.
  • The inventory is searchable. Grouped by eg warranty time, so you can reject next year’s buy of PC.
  • Orders for PC, mobile or other devices is linked to a case for follow-up in our Service Desk.
  • The inventory item then opens with a link to More Service CMDB in order to inspect its “dependencies”. 

More Service Assets is fully integrated with the CMDB, and provide complete control and information for all your items:

  • Asset name
  • Dependencies between inventory items
  • Serial number
  • Service status
  • Purchase status
  • Overview of warranty expiration
  • Inventory responsible/owner
  • Model
  • Location
  • Life cycle status
  • Items related to the inventory
  • Notification limit can be set for minimum quantity in stock
  • Reporting