Codenica Inventory is IT inventory software for managing a company's computers, hardware, software, licenses, and consumable materials. The application makes it possible to easily manage IT assets and record inventoried events, such as repairs, services, upgrades, and maintenance operations.
Stable and Object-Oriented IT Inventory
Codenica Inventory is a solution for users who need software for managing a company's stable IT inventory. Inventoried objects are manually entered and edited by the user, and they are removed from the inventory using the Asset Disposal Form. Each object in an inventory has a history of every change made to it, along with information about who made the change, when it was made, and from which computer. Inventoried objects can associate with other objects. It is also possible to record repairs, servicing, maintenance and upgrades.
Compatibility with Codenica Audit
Users can use Codenica Audit to automate the process of creating and updating the inventory. The Export-to-Inventory Wizard in Codenica Audit makes it possible to introduce data from a completed network audit into the Codenica Inventory system using a configurable object export schema.
Data Sharing by Multiple Users
Codenica Inventory allows an IT inventory database to be shared by multiple users in a network (one license for each workstation) using a fully-configurable system of authorizations. The application is compatible with Microsoft SQL Server (free or commercial, version 2005 or later).
Codenica Audit is software that allows companies to perform remote hardware/software object audits and automatic software licensing audits of network computers. The application can scan IT resources remotely without installing agents, and it can also scan computers using a desktop scanner (USB drive computer scanning, which saves results to a file).
Remote Audit and its Object-Oriented Structure
In Codenica Audit, the auditing process is divided into two stages: scanning and recognition. The first stage is responsible for collecting source data (WMI, Windows registry, scanned files) from hosts (scanned computers) to be audited. The second stage is a process of transforming source objects into inventoried objects (computers, hardware, and software).
Currently available auditing methods:
• DCOM-based remote audit
• Computer audit with a desktop scanner
(scanning from a USB drive, saving results to a file)
• Manual Audit
(possibly direct data input)
Installed agents with associated options, such as: user monitoring, remote desktop, hardware and WWW blocking, application use monitoring, etc. This will be the major feature of version 2.0.
For every object detected during an audit (computer, hardware, or software), there is a recorded history going back to its creation, including any modifications. Objects can be related to other objects by establishing OEM, CAL, or affiliation relationships.
Since the beginning, our goal has been to develop professional software that stands out due to its quality and capabilities, while trying to maintain a reasonable end-user price. Thanks to steady license sales, we successfully achieved this objective, all while ensuring that our users get the best licensing terms possible.
Features of PREMIUM ESD Licenses:
• Lifetime use of our applications
• No limits on audited computers in Codenica Audit (unlimited nodes)
• No limits on inventoried objects in Codenica Inventory
• Free, lifetime upgrades (both sub-versions and full versions)