Wisdom for life cycle management
Uplift your life cycle experience
Spearhead untangles life cycle management complexities
Let Spearhead worry about your life cycle management
Life cycle management requires significant resources from your team. Without watchful diligence, your team could lose track of systems, assets, or subscriptions and could overpay for unused services. What's worse, this information may be tracked on spreadsheets and be out of date. Responsibility for tracking information may be distributed among multiple employees — knowledge lost when employees quit or retire.
Spearhead, a life cycle management expert, tracks it all for you, allowing your staff to focus on executing business operations, not on carrier process.
Your shield from life cycle missteps
Should you track your technology assets and service contracts on your own? Providers’ invoices can be incomprehensible. Maintenance contracts may auto-renew on assets no longer being used. Equipment or circuits may be abandoned (but still incur charges) if you change locations.
Instead of your team having to hold six different leashes, hold one. Let Spearhead track the life cycle of your all contracts, assets, and subscriptions for you. Have one number to call with questions or concerns, not six.
Wisdom to guide your life cycle managementWe track the day-to-day ops for hundreds of organizations worldwide who collaborate with our team to implement custom processes, managing lifecycle events on their assets. For the first time YOU define engagement processes, not the carrier.
Partner with Spearhead to guarantee an expert on your team is looking at the big picture. We will:
- Undertake a complete inventory of your technology assets and provider contracts.
- Track the status of your assets and provider contracts to ensure they always align with what you actually need and use.
- Advise you on what you should do when moving to or leaving facilities, or otherwise making changes that will impact your assets and service commitments.
- Alert you to auto-renews, apparent overcharges, or other circumstances where immediate action should be taken.
- Negotiate with providers on your behalf to redress overcharges or other issues.