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Asset Management with Matrix42

  • 1.

    Proactive Asset Management

    Act before something happens. Gathering data and patterns related to assets such as printers, makes it possible to determine in advance when the printer toner needs to be replaced, or a printer has reached the end of its service life.

  • 2.

    (IT) Asset Inventory Management

    Manually controlling assets takes a lot of time and money, even if you do not take into account avoidable asset losses, or failures in maintaining licensing requirements. Matrix42 Asset Management saves your company time and money.

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    Visualization and Reporting

    Asset data is presented visually, which provides many advantages. Detailed reports on all of your assets not only create a quick overview, but also support you in making data-driven business decisions about, for example, new asset procurement.

Matrix42 Asset Management

Your inventory of hardware, software, mobile devices, SIM cards, peripheral devices, network devices, and other assets is continually changing. If the lifecycle of these assets is not fully transparent, it takes a great deal of effort to determine which assets are new, which ones have an expiring warranty, and which devices are approaching the end of their service life.

This lack of an overview can lead to inefficient procurement, wasted time, higher costs, and operational risks. Matrix42 Asset Management restores the overview for you.

Transparency regarding all assets and affiliated data

It integrates asset information from various locations, departments, cost centers, and employees, as well as all data on company structure in a CMDB. This provides you with a complete picture of your assets and configurations.

Avoid unnecessary costs

Matrix42 Asset Management makes it possible – from maintaining an overview of expiring asset contracts to automating futile manual activities.

Ensure reliable license compliance

Good asset management lays the foundation for successful license management. Otherwise, a lack of control, failed audits, and wasted budgets are virtually unavoidable.