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School Asset Management Software

Asset management.
Built for K-12.

Deployment, collection, management, auditing—iiQ Assets supports the technology that’s transforming today’s classrooms.

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Trusted by IT Professionals in Districts Across 48 States

LISD

Lewisville ISD (TX)

Knox County Schools

Knox County (TN)

CCS

Cherry Creek (CO)

Dekalb County (GA)

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Asset Deployment / Collection

Efficiently deploy district devices

Get learning devices into student hands quickly. Easily check devices in and out. Track previous ownership, storage location, and more.

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School Inventory Management Software

Manage district assets with confidence

Enterprise-level asset management tools, built for the scale of today’s K-12 technology.

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Smart Inventory Audits

Ensure accountability with Smart Audits

iiQ Assets helps IT teams conduct device audits with an intelligent approach that yields better accuracy with less work.

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Asset Management Reporting

Report on the status of district devices

iiQ Assets enables users to quickly generate reports built around dozens of data points.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is asset management software?

Asset management software is a centralized system that allows your organization to track important asset information in real time. This decreases administrative costs, streamlines service management processes, and gives your organization greater visibility into asset usage, costs and maintenance.

How can I track student Chromebooks?

K-12 districts can track student Chromebooks with Incident IQ by conducting device audits and generating data-rich asset reports. Data-rich reports give users insights on how many Chromebook devices are in need of repair, in use, or missing — while Smart Audits allow school districts to ensure all their student devices are accounted for.

 

The powerful combination of these tools gives school districts complete visibility of their Chromebook fleet and makes device tracking as simple as taking attendance.

What kind of software do schools use to manage student computers?

Most K-12 districts rely on outdated software solutions such as excel spreadsheets or siloed asset management tools to manage student computers. But with more 1:1 student technology initiatives taking place, schools need a comprehensive solution to keep tabs on all their devices.

 

At Incident IQ, we understand the challenges that come with student device management. Using our platform, K-12 teams can submit help desk tickets, generate data-rich asset reports, access their SIS and MDM data through API-driven integrations, and more — everything school districts need to manage student computers from deployment through collection day.

How can barcodes be used for managing school assets?

Using a barcode scanner, computer webcam, or the Incident IQ mobile app, users can conduct rapid audits, check-in and check-out devices, perform device deployments, and more. Device barcodes help distribute the IT workload by enabling teachers to perform asset management tasks  right from the classroom.

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