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IT ASSET MANAGEMENT REPORTING

Create detailed asset reports.

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

Trusted by IT Professionals in Districts Across 49 States.

ASSET INVENTORY REPORTING

Generate reports in seconds.

Use filters to drill down and locate groups of assets. Select from dozens of asset data points to refine your report. Use the view designer to select the information columns needed. Save the view for later use or export to a spreadsheet.

Staying on top of how many devices are assigned to students or under repair — it’s powerful. At any given time I can quickly give reports to principals to let them know the status of school technology.

KIMBERLY JACKSON

Director of Instructional Technology
Henry County Schools, Georgia

REPORT SHARING

Instantly share custom reports.

Once you’ve created a report, use the sharing features in Incident IQ to get your report to team members, ensuring that everyone is on the same page.

Generate reports based on:

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Funding Source

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Storage Location

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Audit Status

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Grade Level

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Asset Category

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Operational Status

ASSET MANAGEMENT REPORT FAQS

What is an asset management report and what is it used for?

An asset management report provides insights into your school’s assets, their performance, and their financial status. These reports detail all assets under management (AUM), guide decision-making for stakeholders, allowing them to make informed choices about resource allocation and investments. They support efficient service management by offering real-time monitoring and asset lifecycle notifications, ensuring assets are well-maintained. And, they promote transparency, cost-efficiency, and risk mitigation, empowering school districts to excel in their operations by optimizing asset usage.

What should be recorded in an asset management system?

An ideal asset management system should record comprehensive asset information, including details like asset type, purchase date, location, and vendor information. Additionally, it should track depreciation, maintenance history, work order information, and software license usage.

Asset management reports should include several elements, such as:

  • Depreciation metrics, revealing the value of assets over time and aiding financial reporting.
  • Asset life cycle data, enabling stakeholders to assess an asset’s performance and plan for replacements or upgrades.
  • Critical insights such as maintenance costs, service records, and software license compliance.

Using an asset management solution can streamline all stages of asset management, ensuring your school district maintains a comprehensive and up-to-date view of its assets.

How often should an asset management report be prepared?

Ideally, asset management reports should be prepared at least quarterly, but your specific needs may vary based on your school district’s size.

Using an asset management software solution like Incident IQ makes it easy. With automation, iiQ Assets ensures real-time updates, accurate data, and streamlined workflows. This eliminates the risk of human errors and saves valuable time spent on manual data entry within spreadsheets. Incident IQ’s user-friendly interface simplifies asset tracking and provides insightful reports, empowering schools to make data-driven decisions and optimize asset utilization effectively.

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