Manage & maximize the full lifecycle of hardware assets with intuitive, powerful features
Take Out The “Hard” In Hardware Asset Management
Infraon Assets simplifies hardware inventory management to help you make intelligent decisions that maximize enterprise-wide ROI. Get spreadsheet-free insights and reduce the cost of running hardware while smoothly mitigating risks.
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Manage your hardware asset lifecycles, starting from procurement & spares to repairs & retirement – with full control over warranties & due AMCs.
Asset Stock & Inventory Module
Optimize your overall hardware ROI with asset stocking & inventory management- accelerating the speed of audit & improving asset availability.
Centralize IT ticket management with an inbuilt integrated system that offers multi-channel support – with self-service options, including chatbot capabilities.
Monitor performance of hardware asset vendors with real-time data that ensures full transparency – avoid contract oversights & set measurable vendor KPIs.
Gain control by ensuring least privilege access privileges to hardware assets - with advanced user verification protocols to stay clear of compliance risks.
Barcode And QR Code Scanning
Get asset tagging capabilities using barcode /QR codes that help store & evaluate hardware assets – move away from inaccurate & time-consuming manual tracking.
Track your hardware assets based on their historical data like procurement time, expiration date, current status, etc., to increase lifetime value.
Track the physical location of your hardware assets using web UI or bulk upload via CSV & check the online geo-map view or drill-down map view.
We are compliant with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – and
our SaaS-based product suite is fully committed to protecting the data of our customers
as per the recent standards.
Bulk Excel Import/Export
Hardware Asset Management (HAM) manages physical components (desktops, laptops, IP phones, printers, etc.) and computer networks from the procurement to the retirement stage of assets. A robust HAM solution will give complete visibility to the administrators to check on all the hardware assets, their allocation, condition, etc. It allows the organization to save money by standardizing IT assets.
Hardware asset management (HAM) is a process that helps the IT administrators in an organization to create accountability and transparency with the IT hardware assigned to projects and employees. The key features of HAM are- asset lifecycle management, asset stock and inventory module, integrated ticketing, vendor management, access control barcode, and QR scanning, history tracking, and location tracking. The asset is tagged to the employee from the onboarding until the employee’s separation. If the employee fails to return the assets, it is deducted from their full and final settlement amount.
The HAM software helps the organization save costs and manage the lifespan of the assets seamlessly. It also increases productivity by ensuring that one employee should not hold multiple assets. It saves time in procuring and maintaining hardware assets and improves business agility. It also increases the IT administrator’s control over IT inventories. Minimizes asset theft and increases prompt tracking if a hardware asset is missing from the network.
Centralized information about all assets can be found on one portal through a robust HAM solution which can help the IT administrators to manage them well and propose solutions for reducing costs. Assume that extra assets are underutilized in one business unit and another requires assets. Instead of entering into a new lease to acquire new assets, the two business units can collaborate to find a solution. The assets can be moved through the inter-departmental asset movement mechanism.
HAM increases business agility by tracking the hardware assets of an organization. It helps report the assets comprehensively leased by an organization to the leaders and the CTO. The business units will see the costs incurred due to the number of assets allocated to their unit and the payment made to the vendor for the lease contract. This helps each unit maintain its profit and loss balance sheet and check its profitability.