Technology Asset Lifecycle Management e-Services
Offering seven, easy-to-use application modules accessible over the Internet
via a standard Web browser, this fully hosted, Web-based technology lifecycle
management solution enables you to proactively manage and optimize the use
of all your IT assets throughout their complete lifecycle – from acquisition
to utilization and final disposition. These assets can include hardware, software
or unique assets such as leases, contracts or other key documents. eMerge
combines technology and best practices to control costs, minimize business
risk and maximize the value your IT infrastructure delivers to your business.
Click here for a diagram of how eMerge works and for summary descriptions of Request Manager, Procurement Manager and the other modules making up eMerge.
New Release of Asset Lifecycle Management Suite Delivers Enhanced Functionality, Workflow Automation & Cost Reduction
eMerge Helps Reduce IMAC Process Delays, Eliminate Errors and Cut Costs
"Request Manager makes everybody's life easier; users have all the information they need to make a proper
request - and the level of automation and workflow makes everything easier."
Manager, Client Technologies
Management Solution Significantly Improves Consumables
Supply Chain and Reduces Cost
"With Device Manager, the results were immediate and we saw Help Desk calls drop noticeably. The printers themselves were telling us what was wrong - users no longer had to be involved."
Client Services & Desktop Manager
Construction Equipment Company
Compugen eMerge Provides Better Visibility and Control of IT Asset Inventory
"I don't know what I would do if we didn't have eMerge. I guess I'd be asking my manager to send me all over the country to find these assets."
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Taking the pain
out of leasing
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