If you are a procurement or infrastructure manager, IT department manager or a system administrator, keeping a company-wide hardware inventory up-to-date is one of your key challenges. Nearly every day some devices go out of order and are sent out for repairs or replacement, while plenty other devices and components are delivered to your door on a similarly regular basis. All of this must be take account of and you won’t find a better tool for the job than Hi-Tech Manager.
Hi-Tech Manager is an advanced, yet intuitive piece of software that enables you to track the location and status of every piece of hardware in your company, plan upgrades, refills and other maintenance efforts, as well as create IT budgets for the entire company or its departments. The software is extremely flexible and enables you to create custom accounting configurations meeting your specific needs. With Hi-Tech Manager, you will always know where exactly a certain component is, where it was purchased and how much time you have before its warranty expires, how much its maintenance has cost you so far this year and how much budget you need to allocate for all such devices in the next year — and so forth and so on. The program gives you a detailed snapshot of your entire hardware infrastructure and helps you plan your work ahead. Hi-Tech Manager uses convenient tree-form views for visual representation of various types of equipment and by-component breakdowns and allows you to share accounting tasks between several people in the company.
If you work in a large company and need real help with your growing infrastructure, you won’t regret choosing Hi-Tech Manager!
Hi-Tech Manager 1.5 Program of inventory of computers, and the account of other technical equipment The program is used for inventory of technical equipment in the small and medium company (up to 1000
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