Asset Systems Releases AssetWIN 2007 for Asset Tracking

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Latest release of the premier asst tracking and management software. This software, used for IT, furniture, fleet management, clinical equipment and plant management, improves systems architecture and the user's experience.

Asset Systems, Inc. has announced the immediate availability of AssetWIN 2007, a fully reengineered version of its flagship asset tracking application. Since its original introduction in 1995, AssetWIN has provided a broad range of functional capabilities ideally suited for the high volume asset manager.    AssetWIN 2007 dramatically improves to user experience. This release is written using Microsoft's .NET framework and includes substantial architectural improvements to the application and the database. A streamlined vocabulary is introduced with this version to ease the user's understanding of the system's operations. The user interface has been completely revamped with an eye to reducing clicks and consolidating functions and forms.

The focus of this release is the asset manager in a large organization who is tasked with monitoring a diverse asset base. Often, this user needs to tailor asset views, data elements and reports to various departmental requirements while maintaining a central repository for financial reporting. By simply assigning a data category to assets, the application automatically organizes these tasks.

"User requirements often vary widely in each organization and demand that the application adapts to these differences," observes Melinda Chapleau, Director of Sales and Marketing. "AssetWIN 2007 not only provides various functional capabilities for each department but adds a tool set to address the preferences of each individual user."

To assure the scalability of the application, Asset Systems has released both desktop and client server versions supporting either Microsoft Access or SQL Server databases. AssetWIN has been web compatible since 1997 and this version will continue that tradition.

"Moving software applications to a new programming environment such as .NET requires considerable discipline," stated ASI President, Alden Snyder. "We are committed to migrating our user base to this new environment with a minimum of disruption."

All current users will receive complementary release briefings to aid in their adoption of AssetWIN 2007 beginning in August, 2007. Optional modules of the core application will be available in late 2007 and early 2008.

Asset Systems, Inc., based in Naperville, IL, was formed in October, 1987. Its flagship product, AssetWIN, provides bar code based asset management solutions for clients throughout North America. For more information call (877) 955-4321 or log on to our newly redesigned web site at http://www.assetsystems.com.

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