ITAM Forum

About Us

About Us

We are a global membership organisation. Our members are passionate about IT asset management and the business value it brings to companies regardless of size and industry. 


IT asset management is essential for all businesses. It helps organisations solve problems, increase efficiencies, reduce costs, drive outcomes, and much, much more. 


Today and tomorrow's IT assets are incredibly wide ranging, and ITAM plays a crucial role in supporting and governing the lifecycle of hardware and software assets, including legacy ones and those within the realm of AI, robotics, machine learning and more.


We are governed by a Board of Trustees  

We are overseen by a Board of Trustees, ITAM industry professionals who perform a governance role. These ITAM leaders are helping to push the industry forward, open new doors, and develop and deploy initiatives for the good of ITAM.

We're supported by engaged and enthusiastic volunteers

Our four work streams are run by dedicated member volunteers, who create, shape and deliver initiatives to help grow and develop the global ITAM community.

Our work streams:

  • Certification: This work stream aims to build a globally recognised framework for assessing against the ISO 19770 standard.
  • Community: This work stream aims to build a global community of ITAM professionals who can learn from each other, share best practices, and gain skills and knowledge. 
  • Enablement: This work stream aims to help ITAM professionals communicate the business value of ITAM to key stakeholders across and throughout their organisations. 
  • Evangelism: This work stream aims to encourage more organisations to build an ITAM practice and to attract more professionals into the ITAM community. 

Our Patrons

We’re thankful to be supported by a range of Patrons who share our mission to promote and grow the business practice of IT asset management.


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