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IT Asset Management Reporting

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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.

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Lewisville ISD (TX)

Knox County Schools

Knox County (TN)

CCS

Cherry Creek (CO)

Dekalb County (GA)

Inventory Reporting

Generate reports in seconds.

Use filters to drill down and locate groups of assets. Select from dozens of 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.

Report Sharing

Instantly share reports.

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

Generate reports based on:

Funding source

Storage location

Audit status

Grade level

Asset type

Operational status

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

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an asset management report?

An asset management report is a document that displays the current inventory, status, and condition of an organization’s registered assets.

These reports can be used to inform commercial and financial decisions that are dependent on the current assets an organization has available. Detailed asset reports are an invaluable resource when undergoing internal and external compliance to ensure that all state and local standards are being met.

What type of information is on an asset report?

Asset management reports contain information on the total number of recorded assets within an organization. It also includes the addition, transfer, and retirement of assets, as well as their physical location, ownership, and any associated service or usage history.

A comprehensive asset report also contains granular details, such as: model, make, serial number, a description of the asset’s physical condition, purchase details, warranty information, servicing schedule, its estimated lifespan, current value, and depreciation schedule.

How do I share asset reports with other users?

Asset reports are typically shared by exporting relevant data to a spreadsheet, and then sending it to users via email.

With Incident IQ, users can instantly share reports with their entire team using the sharing function. Once a report has been shared, users can then assign viewing, editing, and ownership permissions to specific team members. Users can also minimize manual updates with the iiQ Custom Views feature.

Custom Views give IT teams access to a live-updating report of assets in their districts. iiQ users can create multiple lists of specified assets, set filtered criteria, and receive live updates on those assets whenever that criteria isn’t met.

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