IT Asset Management (ITAM)

Costs related to software and hardware often make up to 30% of IT budgets. In case of big enterprises and public sector entities, these amounts are often counted in millions of dinars. It’s no secret that managing software assets can be a challenge. Multiple stakeholders are involved in the purchase, installation, deployment, maintenance, utilization, and disposal of software. The technologies involved are complex and constantly changing. Deloitte performs hundreds of license baseline reviews per year, and we have implemented IT Asset Management (ITAM) programs for end-user organizations around the world. As a neutral third party, we provide a truly objective perspective on monitoring and governing software assets, helping companies obtain the accurate information they need to optimally license their IT landscape.

  • Do you have unplanned payments to software vendors for non-compliance?
  • Are you paying for more software licenses than you need?
  • Do you have security threats due to use of unapproved software or inability to manage your IT environment?
  • Are you planning to move or you are already in the Cloud operating model and want to optimize related costs?
  • Are we prepared for audits of software producers?
  • Which software management tool to choose?

People responsible for managing software in the organization try to answer these and many other questions. At Deloitte, we know how to answer these questions and we have proved it many times by cooperating with the largest organizations in the world.


How can Deloitte help?

Deloitte has been supporting clients who want to actively manage software and hardware for many years. We are the largest team of experienced IT Asset Management and Software Asset Management (SAM) consultants in South-Eastern Europe. We know how software producers work and we know their license conditions - we often participate in their preparation. We have implemented complex projects related to software management, ranging from standard reviews of license compliance of virtually all major software producers, through the analysis and assessment of the maturity of IT Asset Management processes in the organization, and ending with the implementation and maintenance of software management systems.