We provide eQuip! enterprise asset management solutions – easy to use, flexible, and cost efficient
We work with you to migrate the legacy data to the new systems, update and improve the asset management processes to utilize the automated tools, and train the users to use the system efficiently
Managing your enterprise assets is about achieving physical and fiscal visibility of your assets:
- Physical visibility: what assets you have, where they are, in what condition, who has them, how they have been used
- Financial visibility:costs of acquisition, cost of equipment maintenance, depreciation, residual value, replacement value, disposal costs, and resale value
- Contractual visibility:warranties, lease terms, contracts, service agreements
Easy to Use
Access from any web browser, with native mobile apps on iOS, Android, and Win Mobile. Use smartphones and tablet devices to audit assets.
Administrative tools to customize data fields, forms, reports, and workflows.
Easy to Integrate
Integration with Purchasing, ERP, IT discovery, Active Directory systems.
One integrated application with annual subscription or 3 year contracts, unlimited users.
Who is using the eQuip! Enterprise Asset Management Software Solutions?
IT departments tracking the ever increasing number of devices, on or off the corporate network, so they know what and where of their assets, keep track of the chain of custody, keep disposal records.
Government contractors managing Government Property (GFP and CAP) so they can meet the FAR/DFAR requirements on the Government Property Management business system. They can also use the same system to manage their corporate assets.
Emergency Management agencies managing the emergency equipment so they can keep track of the grant funded equipment in a cost efficient way, to meet the requirements on reporting and inventory audit.
Nonprofit organizations managing their equipment and assets more efficiently, so they can improve operations, save on manual labor hours, and meet the compliance requirements (e.g. CFR, Uniform Guidance) on equipment management and inventory audits.
Businesses managing physical assets, including IT assets, furniture, capitalized equipment, and consumables, tracking the maintenance schedule and task orders on capitalized equipment, tracking owned assets and leased assets and their depreciation information.