IT Asset Management is often considered as a boring and low grade task by many technical executives, CTOs and even CIOs. This is because most technical staff in many organizations hates getting involved in the commercial and financial aspects of managing IT assets as they think this is just a glorified storekeeper job. Such misconceptions result in frequent battles between the finance, audit, and the technical departments. However, IT asset management is an extremely crucial function of any organization, and must be given the highest importance possible by the senior management. An IT asset manager’s job is a powerful position that can help organizations to save costs, ensure material discipline, offload asset activities from technical staff who may not be qualified or interested in doing such activities, ensure physical and data security, help in budgeting, and supervise the complete lifecycle of IT assets used in an organization. Secondly, it’s not a mere storekeeper’s job as many executives fear and this book will show you how and why.
About the author
Thejendra Sreenivas is a Technology manager with nearly 28+
years of experience in the IT industry handling a variety of technical roles
and projects. He has also worked in the Middle East, Australia, and has
interacted with countless flavors of customers and organizations of all sizes.
He is also an Author Coach, Magazine Publisher, and offers personalized
coaching in Self-Publishing to aspiring authors. He has also written 20+ books
on a number of subjects. His inspiration for writing unique books comes from
Toni Morrison who said, “If there is a book that you want to read, but it
hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”