Inventory Management

Snipe-IT – asset management system

Snipe-IT is an asset management system. It was designed to enable IT departments to track who has which laptop, when it was purchased, which software licenses and accessories are available, and so on.

Snipe-IT is built on Laravel, it follows a standard Laravel MVC file structure.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Asset Management:
    • Easily see which assets are assigned, to whom, and their physical location
    • One-click checkin.
    • 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.
    • Quick and easy asset auditing.
    • 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.
    • Optional digital signatures on asset acceptance
  • Mobile-friendly for asset updates on the go.
  • Web-based software so it works on any device.
  • Slack notification integration for checkin/checkout.
  • Tons of security features to keep your data safe.
  • Pre-defined “kits” for faster checkouts.
  • SAML login integration.
  • JAMF integration using Jamf2Snipe.
  • Includes a robust JSON REST API
  • Translated into over 55 languages for easy localization.
  • Per-user language support for distributed teams.
  • One-click (or cron) backups.
  • LDAP login/user sync.
  • Google Secure LDAP user sync.
  • SCIM support for automatic user provisioning.
  • Kandji integration using Kandji2snipe.
  • Cross-platform support – runs on any Linux, Windows or Mac web server.

Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Grokability, Inc.
License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0

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