computer inventory for enterprises

Hardware Inspector

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Hardware Inspector

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Detailed Hardware Inventory Detailed Software Inventory RIch-Featured Service Desk Inventory of Expendables Tree of Departments and Workplaces Computer Hardware and Software Maintenance Barcode Inventory Computer Hardware Audit Network Connections Diversified Asset History Three Options for Data Input A Large Variety of Built-in Reports Data Search Tools Flexible Data Access Permission Multiuser Access to Database

Barcode Inventory

The application supports asset inventory with the help of a barcode scanner.

You may use either the manufacturer's barcode or a barcode generated by Hardware Inspector.
Barcode labels can be printed either to a A4 laser printer or a special barcode printer. We suggest you use self-adhesive A4 paper for an A4 laser printer.
A built-in designer can help you customize asset labels, adding the organization logo and other relevant information.

Devices can be identified by the barcode, tag or inventory number, serial number or specification number. The number is either typed in the input box manually or the scanner reads the barcode on the device, and the device enters the "Inventoried" list. The  devices not inventoried remain in the "Not inventoried" list.

Workplace Inventory

If an inventory session reveals that a device is not in the workplace it is assigned to, the device enters the "Registered in another workplace" list.

Registered in the other workplace

Then the other workplace will start the "Found in another workplace" list to show that a certain device is missing and needs to be transferred to the other workplace in the database.

Found in the other workplace

The inventory session progress and results are displayed in the "Inventory Session Status" form.

Inventory Session Status

You may want to look through the inventory history of a particular device during which it was identified.

Inventory History