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Our company is looking to replace our dated issue management software, currently evaluating Atlassian JIRA which is a fantastic issue management system. However our current issue management system also has asset management.

Could someone recommend and asset management plugin to JIRA or a different system?

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You could look at Spiceworks. I have not configured it before but have had a play around and they seem pretty usable as an almost automated asset management system. It is free so you can trial it out.

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I like the look of it – CodeBlend Apr 13 '12 at 14:03

While a SaaS based solution I'm associated with is not open source, it fits your needs for asset tracking. Using the API's you can integrated with JIRA as well. Take a look at ezofficeinventory.

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