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#214757 26-May-2017 19:33
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Asset management software?

 

What do you use?

 

I’m looking for recommendations..
I have a issue where I have a lot of gear on site, we need to track it to a desk then nest the items on that desk into one.

 

i.e.

 

Desktop
-Monitor (model and service tag + serial number + history)
-label printer (model and service tag + serial number + history)
-keyboard
And so on, all items need to have nested work history as well.

 

 

 

I have tried Snip-IT but it cant do nested items…

 

i have been trying demo after demo...

 

Would like cloud system with support ticketing but keen to look at anything that works...

 

Thanks





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  #1788909 26-May-2017 19:58
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Have you checked out spiceworks ?




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  #1788913 26-May-2017 20:23
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Yes I have... it's free and I get the feeling that they could be keen to sell data. I'm keep for a good solution and happy to pay for it.

I'm looking at tracking hundreds of thousands of dollars of gear... I'm scared as to how reliable it may be....




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  #1788958 26-May-2017 21:48
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I find all the ads on Spiceworks way too annoying :/




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  #1788959 26-May-2017 21:54
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Good to know... read adds. How do you find it other wise?




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  #1790296 27-May-2017 16:45
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Ive used Spiceworks for years, love it to bits. 

 

 





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