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Fixed Assets Management System

Manage fixed assets from a single location.

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Get a 360-degree view with Fixed Asset Management software

Infraon Assets helps you manage the lifecycles of fixed assets like PCs, laptops, furniture, storage devices, etc., with a 360-degree view into their overall performance. Monitor and manage mission-critical fixed assets to avoid loss, failures, or other factors that affect their lifetime value.

Server management and application management

Feature Highlights

Fixed Asset Lifecycle Management

Ensure that all the records of your fixed assets are completely digitalized – making it easy to monitor and quickly retrieve. Make your asset ecosystem more audit-ready.

Acquisition & Commissioning

Accelerate the speed at which you can on-board new fixed assets with the necessary approvals in place. Automate the creation of asset registry and other prerequisites.

Fixed Asset Visibility

Maintain a single source of truth regarding your fixed asset availability, performance, and maintenance. Improve decision-making abilities with data-rich insights.

Fixed Asset Inventory & Reconciliation

Tag fixed assets by using barcoding, RFID & GPS technologies. Save time and money while significantly cutting down manual inventory & reconciliation workflows.

Fixed Asset Compliance

Drive enterprise-wide compliance by staying updated as per the latest fixed asset accounting standards and regulations.

Fixed Asset Reporting

Unearth valuable inputs about fixed assets through usage data. Easily share, schedule and download customizable reports.

Dashboards and reports for IT, Hardware, and Software Assets

Key Features

  • KPI-led Dashboard

  • Expense Management

  • Vendor Management

  • Global consolidation

  • Contract Tracking

  • Customizable Roles

Our Product Suite is GDPR-Compliant

We are compliant with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – and
our SaaS-based product suite is fully committed to protecting the data of our customers
as per the recent standards.

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Fixed assets are physical items – covering “property, plant, and equipment” – purchased by companies to run their daily operations. They are, in general, regarded as long-term assets that have a lifetime value exceeding a period of one year. Over a period of time, they are also known to depreciate in value. Some examples of fixed assets include office buildings, furniture, computers, mobile devices, storage devices, phones, etc.

Fixed Asset Management encompasses the process of on-boarding, tracking, maintaining, and disposing of physical assets. Companies whose operations are spread across different locations across the world require fixed asset management software that can consolidate their global inventory – making it manageable from a centralized location.

Effective Fixed Asset Management can have a lasting positive impact on companies since they help increase asset ROI while lowering maintenance costs. Some of their advantages include:

Integrated workflows for end-to-end asset lifecycle monitoring

Streamlined processes to enhance operational efficiency

Easy tracking of stolen or lost assets

Security protocols to avoid safety or compliance breaches

Finding the right fixed asset software starts with first understanding your topmost business requirements and critical user concerns. Next, you must align these with the features provided by the fixed asset management software. It is also important to consider the software provider’s domain expertise relating to your business – as well as how integrated their fixed asset management solution is - so that your users can greatly benefit from the ease of use.

A few of the key features of fixed asset management solutions are Lifecycle Management, Acquisition & Commissioning, Asset Visibility, Inventory & Reconciliation, Automated Discovery, Inbuilt Fault & Ticket Management, Compliance and Risk Management, Dashboard and Reporting, etc.