IT Asset Management

IT Asset Management touches many important areas of IT where audits are taken once or twice a year. Typically audits are out of date within days or weeks of being undertaken.

Unfortunately for many organisations not knowing your IT Assets creates a vulnerability. Studies have shown the risk of Cyber Criminals attacking your IT infrastructure is significantly higher for organisations who do not manage their IT assets.

The complexity your infrastructure with the convergence of the physical world with the virtual world is a complex environments. This usually requires specialist skills often outside the mainstream IT company structure needed to give you an effective view.

So what can be done?

Our team has a combined 80 years experience of managing all types of IT Assets. Our track record has saved our clients millions of pounds. Software licence costs are reduced, rebates on any overcharging recouped and lower costs of hardware acquisition. This is achieved by giving you the most precise IT Management information possible. We take the pain of managing your IT Assets so you can make informed decisions based on the evidential information.

In reality what does this mean?

Our process uses a non-evasive technologies, which are NOT based on deploying, probes and are agentless. You have a real-time position on ALL your IT assets attached to your networks.

Our report gives you detailed reports on your IT Assets, for software compliance, risk or simply what is on your network within days of the implementation.

Our Guarantee

We undertake a Proof of Concept to demonstrate the power of what can be achieved


You may find a confidential discussion of interest if answer “Yes” to any of the following questions:-

  1. Your organisation does not have over 98% accuracy of what is on your network at any one time?
  2. IT Asset Management is a costly and time consuming task?
  3. Software Vendors ask to audit your IT Estates on a regular basis?
  4. IT Asset Management is not a core operational to your organisation?
  5. You would rather use your scarce resources to undertake more key IT tasks?