Driven by market conditions, compliance issues, the need to prove ROI, and individual company realities, IT Asset Management has become recognized as a vital discipline. The question is how does an organization initiate the ITAM process. After reading, researching and consulting the industry analysts, most firms understand the benefits of ITAM, but need practical guidance on how to initiate a comprehensive ITAM Program. C3iTSM LLC has the experience to optimize the IT Asset Management processes and technology.
The Service Asset & Configuration Management (SACM) Capability Assessment is a combination of onsite workshops, remote interviews, and a final Assessment Guide based on discussions with key IT Service, Asset & Configuration Management related stakeholders. Both onsite and remote discussion will provide outputs that will be assembled into the Service Asset & Configuration Management (SACM) Assessment Guide. Deliverables: Best Practice Process Guide and Implementation Roadmap.
IT should collaborate with stakeholders to assess business value and measure utilization, Total Cost of Ownership, Timed Technology Refresh and Optimized Recycling. Asset displacement timed to foster increased ROI and strategic business advantage through migration to faster, more effective and less costly platforms & applications. IT asset disposition (ITAD) is the service built around disposing of obsolete assets in a safe and ecologically-responsible manner. C3iTSM LLC specialize in the process of streamlining disposition of IT assets, while minimizing costs and maximizing recouping asset value.
"During my time as CEO at Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO) and Vice President Customer Service Operations at Alliant Energy, I have had the pleasure to leverage industry knowledge from C3iTSM LLC and Chuck Rukstales for Program Management with an enterprise SAP IS-U implementation and integration with IT Service Management Processes. Chuck was the lead solutions architect during the Alliant Energy eMeter Smart Meter roll out."Barbara Siehr - Upper Peninsula Power Company
“During my time as Director of Infrastructure & Operations at Takeda and TAP Pharmaceuticals, I was able to leverage industry knowledge from C3iTSM LLC and Chuck Rukstales for enterprise architecture and asset optimization for all IT Service Management & Asset Management Processes. Chuck was the program manager and lead solutions architect during our IT Service Management strategy, stakeholder consensus, design and execution.”Dave Smith - Takeda and TAP Pharmaceuticals