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ManageEngine Earns Top Value Score in Info-Tech ITAM Research



mnagr engineChennai, India — July [27], 2016 — ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, earned the top Value Score in Info-Tech Research Group’s Vendor Landscape: IT Asset Management (ITAM). The company’s ITAM solution, AssetExplorer, earned Info-Tech’s Value Award for providing “comprehensive asset management and integration to ManageEngine ITSM, desktop management, and IT operations modules at a fraction of the price of other tools.” In earning top honors for value, ManageEngine beat the rest of the ITAM field, including BMC, IBM and LANDESK. The complete Info-Tech research report is available at

“For a decade now, ManageEngine has enabled thousands of organizations to run a tight IT ship by optimizing IT asset usage and reducing maintenance costs,” said Rajesh Ganesan, director of product management at ManageEngine. “This award recognizes our mission to move IT organizations from being cost centers to profit centers by offering world class ITAM capability.”

Info-Tech’s Value Score indexes each of 15 vendors’ product offerings and business strengths such as features and usability, capabilities across multiple platforms, market presence and end-user reputation, relative to their price points. AssetExplorer earned a perfect 100 for the Info-Tech Value Score, giving it the most “bang for the buck [in] features, usability, stability” and more.

The report also listed ManageEngine AssetExplorer as a Market Pillar and a strong product offering for having a quality GUI, an approachable learning curve, and strong remote access and control features.

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ServiceDesk Plus, IT help desk software, has integrated IT asset management capabilities based on the same award-winning ITAM code as AssetExplorer. In ServiceDesk Plus, the ITAM features enable IT organizations to view their information on a single console, gain better visibility through extensive asset detailing and track everything from asset usage to costs.