Snipe-IT is a FOSS project for asset management in IT Operations. Knowing who has which laptop, when it was purchased in order to depreciate it correctly, handling software licenses, etc.
Asset Management : Easily see which assets are assigned, to whom, and their physical location. Check them back into inventory with one click, or click through to see the asset's complete history. Seeing what assets are currently deployed, pending (brand new awaiting software installs, out for repair), ready to deploy, or archived (lost/stolen, or broken) is quick and easy.
Easily see which assets are assigned, to whom, and their physical location
Asset Models let you group common features
Require User Acceptance (End-User EULAs/Terms of Service) on Checkout
Email alerts for expiring warrantees and licenses
Integrates with most handheld barcode scanners and QR code reader apps
Add your own custom fields for additional asset attributes
Easily import and export assets
Generate QR code labels for easy mobile access and labels
Assets marked as requestable can be requested by a user
Assets retain full history including checkouts, checkins and maintenance
Custom Status Labels : There are lots of reasons why an asset may be undeployable or archived. They may be out for repair, out for diagnostics, lost or stolen, or flat-out busted. You have complete control over the labels you create for assets.
User Management : Grant users access to reports, or even let them request assets that are available. Perfect for loaning out test devices. Each user profile shows their compelete history including assets, accessories, consumables and licenses.
Import users from CSV
Import/Login through Active Directory/LDAP
Bulk user actions to make management easy
Assignable user roles offer different levels of access
Easily generate strong passwords through the UI
General Features :
Mobile-friendly for asset updates on the go
Runs on Linux, Windows or Mac
Web-based software so it works on any device
Slack notification integration for checkin/checkout
Translated into several languages for easy localization