SAManage Launches IT Asset Management Application for Salesforce

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Application provides a one-stop solution for managing IT Assets within Salesforce and integrating with Salesforce Service & Support

SAManage, a leading provider of on-demand (SaaS) IT Management services, today announced the general availability of SAManage IT Asset Management for Salesforce. Built on the platform, the application allows organizations to manage their computer and IT inventory within the Salesforce environment and seamlessly integrate IT asset information into the Salesforce Service & Support application.

SAManage IT Asset Management for Salesforce provides organizations with immediate visibility into their PC's, servers, laptops, printers, and other IT assets. Working in the familiar Salesforce environment, users are able to easily view, update, and analyze their entire company's IT asset inventory. With asset configuration and repair history accessible directly in Salesforce, IT and support personal can quickly troubleshoot and resolve support cases, minimizing user downtime and disruption to business operations.

SAManage IT Asset Management enables organizations using Salesforce to:

  • Manage IT asset inventory: monitor and modify asset configuration, location, and usage data
  • Stay Current: keep track of changes to your inventory and new computers on your network
  • Reduce support costs: shorten case resolution time with integrated up-to-date asset configuration information
  • Track asset history: centralize the management and tracking of asset repair history and configuration changes

SAManage IT Asset Management for Salesforce is available immediately via the AppExchange at . It is the latest addition to a suite of integrated and secured on-demand products provided by SAManage that helps companies better manage their IT assets, lower operational costs, improve user productivity, and ensure compliance and governance. The complete SAManage IT Management suite is available via the SAManage website at


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