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19th
out of 43 in IT Asset Management
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36th
out of 43 in IT Asset Management
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Tivoli Asset Management for IT
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Overview
IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT is designed to help track and manage your hardware and software IT assets, with particular emphasis on inventory, asset life-cycle management, and license management. Asset Management for IT includes inventory, asset tracking, asset reconciliation, financial management, contract management, procurement management, and, optionally, Service Level Agreement (SLA) management. This asset life-cycle functionality permits the tracking and management of IT assets through initial request, approval, procurement, contract, receipt, inventory, deployment, asset installs-moves-adds-changes (IMACs), and retirement.

RepoPro is an enterprise repository tool for IT Asset Modeling and IT Asset Management. RepoPro exposes its capabilities with REST APIs which makes it easily compatible.

You can now store, manage and find asset information accurately owing to a built-in shared communication channel that automates the process of exchanging metadata and information. Dynamic visualizations and insights enable Project and Program managers to plan better by foreseeing dependencies. Solution designers can derive meaningful information about policies and metadata with ease.

Key Features

1. Information Modeling

  • Allows you to define and create entity types, attributes, relationships and rules

2. User Interface

  • Intuitive UI empowers users to organize and access digital assets and metadata information

3. Asset Life Cycle Management

  • Drive version control of assets, change attributes with ease and create relationship links

4. Visualization

  • Clear view of asset relationships and interdependencies, ease of navigation

5. Access Control

  • Create roles to map access to user functions. Control access and assign users to respective groups

6. Information Discovery

  • Deliver improved outcomes with ease by navigating through vast amount of assets using taxonomy trees

7. Integration

  • Connect your corporate LDAP for user access
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Sample Customers
Migros Zurich, Tyr_ns AB, Port Otago Limited, BTC, Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V., AIG, Swedish Match, DTE Energy
Schneider Electric, Orange, O2, IBM, JPMorgan Chase
Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company28%
Comms Service Provider21%
Government9%
Financial Services Firm5%
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Company Size
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business18%
Midsize Enterprise16%
Large Enterprise66%
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Buyer's Guide
IT Asset Management
June 2022
Find out what your peers are saying about ServiceNow, Freshworks, IFS and others in IT Asset Management. Updated: June 2022.
610,336 professionals have used our research since 2012.

IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT is ranked 19th in IT Asset Management while RepoPro is ranked 36th in IT Asset Management. IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT is rated 0.0, while RepoPro is rated 0.0. On the other hand, IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT is most compared with BigFix, ServiceNow and BMC Helix Discovery, whereas RepoPro is most compared with .

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