A multi-module management system designed by United Systems Technology.

About asyst

asyst is a Microsoft Windows based municipal software. This solution has multiple modules for managing financials, utilities, general government activities, and public safety.

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Financials Modules

  • GL, AP, and AR
  • Purchase Orders
  • Payroll
  • Budgeting
  • Multiple AP Checking Accounts
  • Cash Receipts
  • Fixed Assets
  • Project Accounting
  • Cash Control
  • Inventory Control

Utilities Modules

  • Utility Billing
  • Bank Drafts
  • Budget Billing
  • Service Orders
  • Related Meters
  • Meter Management
  • eBilling and ePayment

General Government Modules

  • Property Tax
  • Business Licenses
  • Building Permits
  • Animal Licenses
  • Code Enforcement
  • Master Directory
  • Land Management
  • Cemetery Management
  • Civil Processing

Public Safety Modules

  • Municipal Court
  • Master Name Index
  • Calls for Service
  • Offense Reports
  • Citations
  • Jail Management
  • Alarm Billing
  • CAD
  • UCR Reports
  • Civil Process


The pricing is based on the number and type of modules you need. Most modules cost $395 for one license. Module prices can range from $195 to $995.

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User Reviews of asyst

Submitted on February 2nd, 2022 by Anonymous

Asyst is easy to use, easy to set up, and easy to get started using. Once set up, the reports generated are perfect.

The Good…

I like the reports/ inquiry features the best. The drop down look-up features also make it easy to use.

The Bad…

It isn’t perfect as it is set up for an accural accounting system and most small cities use a cash system. There is a work around, but there shouldn’t be a need for one.