I own a lot of Hardware and Warranty Agreements and a lot of Software Licenses with Maintenance Agreements, and I’ve never had a proper way to store them. For as long as I can remember I’ve just stored them in 1Password, but that’s completely the wrong place.

For some time now I’ve been looking for a tool to store all this information, but I’ve just not managed to find something that suits what I need. I’ve looked at Snipe-IT but that seems to be primarily aimed at businesses and includes a lot of bloat for what I’m looking for. And honestly, I just don’t like the way it works (or the AdminLTE Bootstrap template it uses). It’s a good tool, just not what I’m looking for.

I started working on AssetTrakr about 6 months ago, learning EF Core in depth along the way and I’m happy with where it is at to release it to the public. It’s not aimed at businesses in any shape or form, it’s aimed at people that have random software licenses they’ve bought over the years and may own a handful of computer assets that they want to be able to track the information in an easy way that isn’t just an Excel Spreadsheet.

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It currently lets you add Assets, Licenses, Contracts (Maintenance Agreements, Warranty Agreements) and link contracts to Assets or Licenses. It has partial support for exporting data out into Excel with full support in the pipeline, as well as allowing you to add attachments to each object to ensure your invoices and physical agreements with vendors are all together.

License Modify View

You can also run reports on the data in AssetTrakr, although this is very early and only has about 4 reports currently of various levels of completion.

Report Runner View

There is some degree of cost tracking as well but I have only slightly touched on this so it’s not fully fledged out yet, but you will be able to track your yearly, monthly, weekly, and one-off spending on Licenses, Contracts and Assets.

Cost Analysis Report

I’m not sure if this will be helpful to anyone else out there, but in the event, it is, it’s entirely open source with compiled releases available on GitHub. Try it out, open an issue, let me know what you think.

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