I am looking for an asset management software package.

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Last Modified: 2013-12-07
I am looking for a network discovery to include software and hardware asset management package. I would also like to track depresiation and be able to print reports. I have been looking at xpress metrix and a couple of the sage products but I would like to find a user friendly package and would like to hear if anyone has any recomendations.
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I like spiceworks for the inventory. Concerning depreciation, you may have to link results to another program. Spiceworks is free

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I downloaded Spiceworks and for FREE it looks pretty good but I would be interested in looking at something a little more better. Thanks for the recomendation I will continue to work with spiceworks it does have a lot of the stuff I need.

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try http://www.manageengine.com/products/desktop-central/software-hardware-inventory.html
which discover and track windows os (hardware and its applications)

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ID: 35028221
I found something that fits, I has accounting tracking and inventory tools. It's called assetmanage2

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Assetmanger2010 thanks for all the suggestions. I will use spiceworks for the software and workstation hardware inventory.

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