Introducing Assetmapr

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Introducing Assetmapr

  1. 2. The Problem <ul><li>Keeping track of Assets is difficult
  2. 3. Monitoring them is even more painful
  3. 4. Tracking changes is not easy
  4. 5. Contracts and Vendor Information is not easily available or update-able.
  5. 6. Tracking trouble tickets and Service Level Agreements are inconsistent </li></ul>
  6. 7. Presenting AssetMapr <ul><li>Encapsulates all the necessary components
  7. 8. Software as a Service offering
  8. 9. Brings consumer and provider together
  9. 10. Inexpensive, costs a fraction of the AMC/ASC
  10. 11. Can be used for non IT assets as well </li></ul>
  11. 12. Objective Make Asset Management Easy, Connect With Your Assets!
  12. 13. Cost Advantage <ul><li>CapEx nil
  13. 14. IT-investment nil
  14. 15. OpEx minimal </li></ul>
  15. 16. Features <ul><li>Open Source monitoring system, works with Windoze, Mac and Linux
  16. 17. Web based, eliminates spreadsheets and dependence on guesstimates
  17. 18. Provider and Consumer can interact using AssetMapr
  18. 19. Upload scanned contracts for reference </li></ul>
  19. 20. The AssetMapr Advantage <ul><li>No information overload
  20. 21. Clean graphics, clean interface
  21. 22. Fast, Ruby on Rails powered
  22. 23. One click enabled wherever possible
  23. 24. Affordable, unlike enterprise systems management solutions
  24. 25. Not limited to IT assets </li></ul>
  25. 26. Roadmap <ul><li>Alerts – email and SMS
  26. 27. Reports
  27. 28. Provider Centric Application
  28. 29. Service Level Agreement Analysis
  29. 30. Remote deployment
  30. 31. Software License tracking
  31. 32. Web knowledge and Do it yourself videos
  32. 33. Provider Ratings and Directory
  33. 34. Asset Marketplace </li></ul>

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