Brennan IT has launched a lifecycle asset management (LAM) service involving finance for hardware and software asset refresh, maintenance, recovery and wiping data.
Instead of a significant upfront investment in new technology, businesses can access the subscription-based bundled offer covered under one contract, with a single monthly bill.
Asset management includes end of life asset recovery, asset wipe (three times) and asset reporting.
As a result, customers will know how many devices they have within their fleet, when their agreements will end and will no longer pay for assets that have been scrapped or sold, since the system will automatically account for those and remove them from the books. Maintenance is also included in the LAM agreement.
“Implementing a LAM agreement helps businesses reduce the risks associated with owning and maintaining assets," Brennan IT head of consulting and partners, Andrew Borthwick, said.
"By managing the entire process from end to end and putting all the costs on a single bill, Brennan IT’s new LAM service is ideal for mid-market businesses that want to achieve strong growth without introducing complexity and unnecessary costs.
“The increasing reliance on digital systems for every part of business means companies must act strategically when it comes to managing these assets.
"Brennan IT’s lifecycle asset management service will also help businesses streamline their accounting, maximise any balance sheet benefits, and ensure that all assets are correctly accounted for."
In November, the managed services provider, jumped early on the Microsoft 365 momentum in Australia, through the launch of a desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) offering targeting mid-market customers.
Specialising in mobility, security and IT operations management, the bundle offers expertise across service desk, support services, centralised IT services and managed security services.
From a customer perspective, the solution will be delivered through one package, charged on a per user, per month basis.
As the Brennan marked its 20 year milestone in July last year, CEO Stephen Sims, said at the time that the business was developing its services and solutions portfolio in line with customer needs.
The MSP also broke through the $100 million revenue mark.