CA IT Asset Manager Scalability

VP Purcimilor Operations
We have the ability to track all of our software. If it's software that can be discovered, of course if it's in the catalog, it does an automatic reconcilement. If it's not in the catalog then we can build the SKUs. We can also make changes, even if it's in the catalog; maybe it's something that we purchase differently. We can update that entitlement to make sure that it's matching what's in our environment. If it's software that cannot be discovered, then we can manually enter the software with our licenses. So it can encompass our entire environment. And it seems, like with the other software, they're staying up to date as vendors make changes to how they want to manage the software. CA is usually really quick about getting those updates in the system. View full review »
Ahmed Issawi
System Architect ITSM application at Michigan State University
The licensing model is "meh," but technology-wise, it will meet our needs. View full review »
ITSM Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
A lot of scalability. No problem with that. View full review »
Herve Tisseau
Software Asset Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
No problem. I upgrade this product one or two times per year. View full review »
IT Governance Manager at a financial services firm
We've been able to make many changes needed. View full review »

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