Verizon Wireless IT Asset Manager Awarded Full Scholarship by International Association of IT Asset Managers

Second Masters of Science in IT Asset Management to Taft U. given

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It’s an honor to be awarded the MSITAM scholarship and be part of the ever growing field of IT Asset Management

Canton, Ohio & Warren, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 07, 2013

Verizon Wireless’ Luke Marples has been awarded a full scholarship by the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) to complete his Masters of Science in IT Asset Management (MSITAM) at William Taft University. Luke Marples is an IT Asset Manager who works in Verizon Wireless’ IT Governance, Risk and Compliance organization.

“It’s an honor to be awarded the MSITAM scholarship and be part of the ever growing field of IT Asset Management,” said Marples. “The IAITAM association continues to be an invaluable resource in developing my career. The education, certification and networking afforded through IAITAM keeps my understanding fresh in such a dynamic profession. Thank you!”

“We wish to congratulate Luke and wish him the best,” said Barbara Rembiesa, CEO of IAITAM. “Luke’s accomplishments stand as a testament to the knowledge, expertise and growth of the overall IT Asset Management industry.

“We received twice as many entries this year making it twice as hard to select from such a large group of talented individuals,” said Rembiesa. “This highly concentrated master degree is a great opportunity for anyone seeking to expand their professional qualifications and hone their business management abilities.”

Prior to Verizon Wireless, Luke Marples worked as an ITAM consultant for the Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) division. He began at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ, where he built an ITAM program. With more than 15 year of IT experience, Marples is a long-time member of IAITAM and currently holds the certifications for Software Asset Management (CSAM), Hardware Asset Management (CHAMP), IT Asset Management (CITAM), and Mobile Asset Management (CMAM). Marples has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering Management from New Jersey Institute of Technology.

The MSITAM degree is awarded by William Howard Taft University to students who successfully complete the rigorous distance study program. IAITAM curriculum has been included in the program to provide the best possible combination of real world best practices alongside best of breed academic curriculum. The MSITAM program is designed for IT management professionals seeking to define the strategies for aligning IT with organization business drivers that promote ROI, reduce risk and increase productivity. The MSITAM Scholarship for the Master of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Asset Management at William Howard Taft University is offered by IAITAM. The scholarship is an essay-based selection process based on a list of qualifications.

Resources
MSITAM Scholarship Info Sheet

William Howard Taft University’s Master of Science in IT with a concentration in Asset Management (MSITAM)

About IAITAM
For more information, go to http://www.iaitam.org.


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