About ManageEngine AssetExplorer

ManageEngine AssestExplorer is a web-based solution designed to help small to large businesses manage and track all assets across the organization. Features include IT asset inventory management, software license administration, compliance review, customizable reports and more.

ManageEngine AssestExplorer’s ITAM module allows enterprises to streamline the entire lifecycle of an asset by managing vendor details, warrant periods, pricing and more. It comes with a purchase order management module, which lets users create and manage contracts and receive regular alerts on expiry dates and renewals. Additionally, it provides configuration management database (CMDB) tool, which helps users maintain connectivity across continuous integrations (CIs) in the netw...


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3 Reviews of ManageEngine AssetExplorer

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March 2017

sivasankaran from Zoho Corporation

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Company Size: 1,001-5,000 employees

Industry: Information Technology and Services

Time Used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: GetApp


March 2017

March 2019

Jendra

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Time Used: Free Trial

Review Source: GetApp


March 2019

February 2018

Karen from eGov Jamaica

Time Used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

4.0

Functionality

5.0

February 2018

We had Interns find a siutbale solution for the orgainsation's assets, this is the tool of choice

Pros

Features most desirable are the System Interfaces, password services, remote desktop, and calendar. The remote control capabilities allow your team remote acess to end users by connecting to their active sessions or to remotely access unattended computers. We are therefor to respond quicker to issues.

Cons

we were hoping to use FOSS tool, that would ahve been mmore arrodable, however the cost was not prohibitive