Successful Entrepreneurs Easy Software Audit Victims According to Animus Solutions

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Successful start-ups often lose control of the IT infrastructure when informal processes no longer work. As President of Animus Solutions, Phara McLachlan applies the IT asset management best practices she teaches to large, global companies to her own entrepreneurial enterprise. In an article published by the Bay Area Business Magazine in the Animus Solutions' home town of Tampa, Florida, Phara shares specific eye-opening information on why managing assets is important for small businesses and provides practical advice to her fellow entrepreneurs.

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Every business today uses IT to conduct their business

Animus Solutions announced critical changes need to be made to infrastructure business practices for successful start-ups. Phara McLachlan, President of Animus Solutions, offers simple but sage advice on managing IT assets in a new article in the Tampa Bay area magazine the Bay Area Business Magazine. Previously featured in a December article about Animus Solutions, McLachlan combines her own experiences as an entrepreneur with her expertise on IT asset management within global organizations to outline the importance of maintaining an IT infrastructure from a physical, contractual and security perspective.

"Every business today uses IT to conduct their business," stated McLachlan. "As a start-up gains momentum and builds their staff, it is easy to lose track of assets, especially if the management team is unaware of all of the legal and financial issues that surround IT assets."

Animus Solutions delivers services to all types and sizes of companies, but most consultants are busy working for large enterprises. "Larger organizations have more information about asset management targeted at them, so their interest level and prioritization of infrastructure management is higher," stated McLachlan. "Unfortunately, the same software audits and financial risks happen to smaller companies too."

Animus Solutions continues to grow under Phara's guidance, including the recent addition of another experienced consultant, Barbara Rigney, CSAM and CHAMP certified IT asset management professional.

Phara McLachlan is sharing her experiences in a webinar this week, on improving the performance of existing IT automation and data. For more information on the webinar or to register, please go to Animus Solutions Webinars.

About Animus Solutions
Animus Solutions provides IT service management, IT security and IT asset management business consulting and implementations. A vendor-neutral organization experienced with many of the premier automation solutions for the management of IT as a business, Animus services include experience with software license compliance, ISO standards 19770-1 and ISO 17799 as well as implementation of ITIL v3 for IT operations. To learn more about Animus Solutions, a WMBE business, visit Animus Solutions Services.


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