A fixed asset management application designed by One Squared Productions.
The Asset Manager Version 2.1 is an affordable Windows software program providing businesses a simple, easy-to-use alternative for fixed asset management.
This software is no longer sold or supported. Please visit the Fixed Asset Management Software page for available alternatives.
The Asset Manager’s intuitive data-entry screens make it easy to create and maintain an inventory of your assets.
The program tracks all of your important information, including purchase dates, model numbers, serial numbers, manufacturer information, purchase prices, and salvage values. With five user-defined fields and a free-format notes field, you can quickly structure your inventory records to fit your business needs.
The Asset Manager is flexible in its purchase and disposal calculations, supporting period of purchase, period of disposal, half period, proportional, and percentage methods.
The Asset Manager supports a variety of depreciation methods, including no depreciation, straight-line depreciation, and declining balance depreciation, as well as user defined schedules.
Salvage value may be entered as an amount or as a percentage of cost. The program lets you import data from other files, and takes into account prior depreciation amounts. Additions and disposals of assets are easy to process.
The program’s online Help file explains all of The Asset Manager’s features in easy-to-understand language.
The Asset Manager’s powerful reporting capabilities are highly customizable. Field selection and field order are easily changed to support individual reporting needs. The program’s reports may be printed, accessed online, or exported to a file.
With The Asset Manager, you can set up multiple companies, departments, and sections. The program’s user-defined fields, customizable reports, and import/export capabilities provide unlimited flexibility for tracking your company’s fixed assets.
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