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Looking for Template: IT Department Inventory

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by ColonelT, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. ColonelT

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    I work in the IT department of a fairly large organization (300 users) and
    I've been tasked with developing an inventory database to keep track of the
    equipment deployed to each user. Essentially, I want to be able to enter an
    office number and be able to see what desktop, display, printers, phone,
    speakers, external drives, and other equipment might be stored in the room.
    As we order new equipment and replace broken equipment that information needs
    to be tracked as well. As user "borrow" equipment I need to be able to assign
    a checkout and checkin date, and other related information.

    I think I can build this from scratch, but I really don't want to take the
    time if there's a template out in the world I can work from. Can anyone point
    me to any templates that would give me a running start? Thanks much.
     
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  3. Wayne-in-Manchester

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    Try this inventory D Base
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/TC010184581033.aspx?CategoryID=CT011366681033

    Or try the general list at micorosft
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CT011366681033.aspx


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    Wayne




    "ColonelT" wrote:

    > I work in the IT department of a fairly large organization (300 users) and
    > I've been tasked with developing an inventory database to keep track of the
    > equipment deployed to each user. Essentially, I want to be able to enter an
    > office number and be able to see what desktop, display, printers, phone,
    > speakers, external drives, and other equipment might be stored in the room.
    > As we order new equipment and replace broken equipment that information needs
    > to be tracked as well. As user "borrow" equipment I need to be able to assign
    > a checkout and checkin date, and other related information.
    >
    > I think I can build this from scratch, but I really don't want to take the
    > time if there's a template out in the world I can work from. Can anyone point
    > me to any templates that would give me a running start? Thanks much.
     
  4. Dtown Dawg

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    "ColonelT" wrote:

    > I work in the IT department of a fairly large organization (300 users) and
    > I've been tasked with developing an inventory database to keep track of the
    > equipment deployed to each user. Essentially, I want to be able to enter an
    > office number and be able to see what desktop, display, printers, phone,
    > speakers, external drives, and other equipment might be stored in the room.
    > As we order new equipment and replace broken equipment that information needs
    > to be tracked as well. As user "borrow" equipment I need to be able to assign
    > a checkout and checkin date, and other related information.
    >
    > I think I can build this from scratch, but I really don't want to take the
    > time if there's a template out in the world I can work from. Can anyone point
    > me to any templates that would give me a running start? Thanks much.


    I was just wondering if this template works for you or if you found anything
    better?
    Thanks;
    Dtown
     
  5. ColonelT

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    I had already looked at that particular template and it didn't really meet my
    needs. It was geared for businesses with frequent reordering needs...moving a
    lot of inventory in and out. It gave me some formatting ideas, but I've
    decided to build my own from scratch. It's going slowly, but surely.


    "Dtown Dawg" wrote:

    >
    >
    > "ColonelT" wrote:
    >
    > > I work in the IT department of a fairly large organization (300 users) and
    > > I've been tasked with developing an inventory database to keep track of the
    > > equipment deployed to each user. Essentially, I want to be able to enter an
    > > office number and be able to see what desktop, display, printers, phone,
    > > speakers, external drives, and other equipment might be stored in the room.
    > > As we order new equipment and replace broken equipment that information needs
    > > to be tracked as well. As user "borrow" equipment I need to be able to assign
    > > a checkout and checkin date, and other related information.
    > >
    > > I think I can build this from scratch, but I really don't want to take the
    > > time if there's a template out in the world I can work from. Can anyone point
    > > me to any templates that would give me a running start? Thanks much.

    >
    > I was just wondering if this template works for you or if you found anything
    > better?
    > Thanks;
    > Dtown
     
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