Scott Frew's iasset.com releases "Lite" version for smaller resellers

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Scott Frew's iasset.com releases "Lite" version for smaller resellers
Scott Frew, iasset.com

Lifecycle management provider iasset.com has launched iasset.com Lite, a simplified version of the platform aimed at smaller resellers and service providers.

iasset.com Lite helps value-added resellers and service providers improve their operational efficiency by automating and streamlining workflows and data management.

“We’ve found that VARs and SPs can lose up to 50 percent of their recurring revenue due to inadequate systems and processes, or simply chasing smaller renewals manually is not economically viable. Many smaller VARs and SPs also do not have the desire or expertise to deploy our full blown integrated platform,” iasset.com chief executive Scott Frew said.

“iasset.com Lite is an easy way for entry level resellers to automate their entire product lifecycle business and alongside Solano cloud billing management, will take the pain out of their business and allow them to compete more effectively with their larger competitors.”

The iasset.com Lite platform helps automate renewals, licence management, product lifecycle management and certification tracking, along with their own movements within the IT industry.

The platform is now available worldwide, and is also available in more than 23 languages.

iasset.com was developed within Distribution Central, a distributor Frew founded with Nick Verykios, which is now owned by Arrow ECS. The platform launched commercially in 2008, and was then spun out as a standalone company a year later.

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