Miami, October 13, 2017:  Compliance Standards LLC (CS) is pleased to announce that Barbara Scott has joined as Vice President of Research and Consulting for the End-User Practice.  In her role, Barbara will spearhead the company’s initiatives to expand into the enterprise end-user market, while supporting vendors, and to offer research and advisory services focused on IT Asset Management (ITAM) to both end-users and suppliers.

Prior to joining Compliance Standards Barbara worked for Sage Sustainable Electronics, where she was responsible for all aspects of client engagement and consulting services. At Arrow Electronics (formerly Redemtech), she was Director of Advisory & Consulting Services and Senior Practice Advisor on ITAM and IT Operations. On the end-user side, Barbara was a Senior Information Technology Manager at Capital One, involved in developing, recommending and delivering the foundation for a global Enterprise IT Asset Management program valued in excess of $113MM.

Commenting on the announcement, CS Managing Director David Daoud says “I am delighted to see that our clients will benefit from Barbara’s in-depth knowledge of ITAM in the enterprise.  There have been growing challenges in managing a diverse and rich set of assets, and companies utilizing such assets recognize the need for consistent research and advisory in light for continued evolution in ITAM.”

Commenting about joining Compliance Standards, Barbara Scott says “I am anxious to deliver the insights that business and technology leaders need to inform effective asset life cycle and technology decisions, allowing them to turn common and uncommon program obstacles into opportunity. With the current speed of innovation around Virtualization, IoT and AI, organizations will need to adapt to a new way of doing business and a new way of implementing and managing ITAM.”

About Compliance Standards LLC: CS is a premium advisory, consulting and research service that provides management and market intelligence specific to IT management, IT asset life cycle, all the way to electronics products end of life.  Our coverage focuses not only on compliance issues, but also on discovering best practices, efficiencies, cost control techniques and enable brand protection.  Compliance Standards provides proprietary engagements, research and consulting to customers on both the supply side (vendors and service providers) and demand side (end-users), as well as commentary, expert analysis and published discussions on the topic. In addition to our premium advisory and research services, we are building an industry network within our site comprising of members of ITAM ecosystem.

Visit http://compliancestandards.com to learn more.

Emilie Wiseman

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