Government Technology Featured Article
July 31, 2012
IAITAM Acquires JDMR Solutions to Establish Government Division
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
The International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) has successfully established a Government Services Division by completing the acquisition of JDMR Solutions.
IAITAM is an established global education resource for IT asset management, and JDMR Solutions is a company providing sound service management solutions.
This acquisition will help government agencies to increase productivity, increase financial accountability, increase security and reduce risk.
JDMR boasts more than 80 years of experience in the government, corporate, and education sectors. Led by the JDMR team, the new Government Services Division will serve as the conduit of IT Asset Management (ITAM) knowledge and education for the government sector.
"Similar to many industries, government organizations are looking at moving to the cloud, a daunting initiative that has many levels of complexities. Our new Government Division will provide IAITAM's proven training and education that will help these agencies save bottom line dollars, which is vital in the current economic climate," said IAITAM's CEO, Barbara Rembiesa.
This division will also continue researching and evaluating industry standards, trends, and legislation impacting government agencies.
“The synergies between JDMR and IAITAM will be a tremendous asset to any entity looking for assessment tools, program planning, communications planning and training in order to achieve that goal,” said Joe D'Ambro, senior vice president and director, IT Solutions for JDMR Solutions.
In April this year, International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) announced its participation in an eight-city event that will provide insight on how organizations can more effectively manage software licenses, lower costs and eliminate redundancies.
Edited by Juliana Kenny
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