Enterprise Software Blog

Industry Highlights: Building Oomnitza For The Future

October 13, 2016

The ITAM industry has become more application-specific within the last decade.  Beginning as a broad solution, IT Services Management had initially encompassed IT Asset Management as a practice and as a market.  ITAM became a standalone market once there was enough critical mass to the market and application that it could be recognized that a […]

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What ITAM Used To Be: Oomnitza’s Longevity

October 13, 2016

The history of IT Asset Management is derived from several major milestones that created the practice of IT and the potential for tools to actually manage hardware assets.  The creation of Information Technology dates back to the late 1980s.  In parallel, the innovation of electronic information and how it is stored, processed and transferred greatly […]

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Oomnitza Automations: Workflow Best Practices

October 6, 2016

Automation in ITAM is the most valuable when manual workflows become either fully or partially replaced by machine actions.  For instance, communicating approval requests to management or adjacent business departments, or notifying managers of pending needs for maintenance are both functions that are highly ripe for automation.  There’s several characteristics very specific to how building […]

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How ITAM Affects Your Bottom Line

October 4, 2016

Oomnitza is an integrated, lightweight ITAM tool that does three main things: Track, onboard and visualize your assets Recommend actions and notify the owners when such actions are needed Provide metrics on overall use An additional value is that Oomnitza is built for integration with other tools through their APIs, which is already true for […]

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When Does Your IT Asset Management Tool Become Outdated?

September 29, 2016

An IT Asset Management Tool carries a company’s entire IT Asset footprint, allowing the owners of the tools to push new items onto the database and complete actions when the platform calls for them.  This takes the workload off the asset owner, and removes much of the need for actually handling and owning the asset […]

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Which Kinds Of Companies Use Oomnitza The Best

September 28, 2016

The leading technology startups and top growth-stage companies are using Oomnitza to bolster their operations.  Oomnitza is a lean tool, constructed on the latest major development languages and environments that are also used by ubiquitously by startups.  In its form, the tool has three key benefits: Scales seamlessly with the company’s IT operations Easily customizable […]

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How To Use An IT Management Program

September 27, 2016

How To Use An IT Asset Management Program Companies looking to increase their operational efficiencies tend to turn towards technology solutions.  An IT Asset Manager is generally a combination of a team and/or resources that helps a company keep track of its IT assets: things like phones, laptops, and tablets.  Choosing the right mix of […]

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Installing an IT Asset Manager

September 22, 2016

What goes into implementing an IT Asset Management platform?  A typical tool usually consists of a database that has hooks for integrating with your asset-related servers, along with functional links between the devices and either the platform or the incumbent database.  For example, IBM’s Tivoli Asset Management offering is their unified solution for hardware and […]

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How Automation Helps: IT Asset Management Best Practices

September 20, 2016

What makes a company run smoothly?  All of its Hardware and Software assets are tracked seamlessly and maintained before they fail.  There are five stages to complete asset management excellence outlined by The Beginner’s Guide to Enterprise Asset Management.  Each stage delineates a different way of handling asset performance and operation, approaching the holy grail […]

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What’s In Your Quiver?

May 5, 2015

A carpenter is nothing without the tools in his belt. But armed with patience and the right instruments, he can shape anything to perfection; and enterprise software sales is no different. Right out of college I worked for a telecommunications company that used SalesForce as their CRM.  Being a bit of a maverick, I snubbed my […]

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