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Fixed asset software for medium-sized business

Explore our software for fixed assets management and find out how to better manage your business profitability, by optimising asset management and depreciation tracking.

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Use fixed asset management software to overcome your challenges

Capture, track, transfer and depreciate your fixed assets with fixed asset software.
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Automate asset management

Managing and tracking all asset data through its lifecycle in spreadsheets or manual processes creates hours of manual work. This can lead to inaccurate depreciation schedules in calculations, assets not being disposed of on time, and the creation of ghost or missing assets. Automate asset management with fixed asset software and have better control and visibility over your fixed assets.

Stay compliant

It is important to track the depreciation of your fixed assets accurately for compliance reasons. Fixed asset software helps you stay compliant with IRS regulations using our annual federal tax compliance updates. Our depreciation software includes numerous HMRC tax and GAAP rules and includes built-in tax forms and worksheets.
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Get real-time data and reports

When managing fixed assets, it's important to have complete visibility and real-time reporting on your assets. Fixed assets software gives you access to real-time data for rich reporting. This allows you to see the full asset lifecycle, view physical asset locations in real-time using a map interface, and reconcile book values. Our fixed asset management software also allows you to create a variety of custom reports while enabling you to report across solutions.

Fixed assets software features

From acquisition to disposal, fixed asset software helps you manage the full lifecycle of your assets better. Consider these features when searching for fixed asset software.

Automation

Eliminate manual effort when managing your fixed assets from acquisition to disposal.

Depreciation

Prepare for year-end financials, store key asset data, and efficiently allocate costs.

Inventory

Optimise inventory management and never lose track of your assets again.

Tracking

Increase control of your fixed assets and reduce risk with asset tracking.

Reporting

Extend your reporting through customisation and advanced formatting for charts and graphs.

Real-time

Improve decision-making with real-time visibility into your business.

Sage fixed asset management software

Take control of fixed asset management with Sage Fixed Asset software.

Sage Intacct

The leader in cloud accounting and financial management software. Perfect for scale-ups to global enterprises. Bespoke pricing, tailored to your business.
  • Track multiple accounts in real-time
  • Consolidate multiple entities and more in minutes
  • Collaborate from a single source of truth
  • Make strategic decisions with dimensional reporting and analytics
  • Open APIs allow multiple, stable, secure integrations

Fixed assets software FAQs

Fixed asset management is the tracking and maintaining all the tangible and even intangible assets your company owns for financial and tax accounting, depreciation, maintenance, and physical location purposes. These could be your machinery, property, or tech equipment. The goal? Maximising profitability and ensuring strategic financial planning.
Since fixed assets are a critical part of a business's profitability, using spreadsheets to track valuable company property can be inefficient and even risky. Fixed asset software automates tracking and management tasks, contributing to increased work productivity while significantly reducing human error. By using a fixed asset solution that accurately tracks all details related to fixed assets, businesses can lower insurance costs, avoid regulatory non-compliance fines, and save money when updating equipment.
The three types of fixed assets are:
  • Tangible Fixed Assets: The physical resources of your business, such as buildings or equipment.
  • Intangible Fixed Assets: These are non-physical assets like trademarks or patents, adding immense value, nonetheless.
  • Financial Fixed Assets: Investments made for long-term benefits, like stakes in other ventures.
Depreciation is the reduction in asset value over time. There are three main depreciation calculation methods:
  • Straight-Line Depreciation: A steady, consistent method, dividing the cost evenly over the asset's lifetime.
  • Declining Balance Depreciation: This method provides a fast-track depreciation in the asset's initial years.
  • Units of Production Depreciation: Depreciation here is directly tied to the amount of usage or the units produced by the asset.
See depreciation not as a setback, but as a natural part of your business journey.

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