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Pro-Ware, LLC — Asset Keeper




2011 Overall Rating 4.5

Best Fit

Asset Keeper is best geared toward public practices managing medium to large dynamic asset bases for multiple clients with multi-tiered organizational structures, and who have need for mass asset edit/acquisition/disposal capabilities.


  • Designed specifically for public accountants
  • Excellent reporting & output options
  • Strong asset life features, mass acquisitions & disposals
  • Consolidation & unconsolidation of entities
  • Up to 99 years of asset projections

Potential Limitations

  • RFID or barcode scanning not available for inventory
  • Vendor doesn’t make trial balance/tax program, so little direct integration


Summary & Pricing

Designed specifically for accounting professionals, Pro-Ware’s Asset Keeper provides a streamlined and effective system for managing large asset bases, with the ability to quickly perform mass acquisitions and disposals, as well as global edits and consolidations. Its reporting functions are exceptional, with comprehensive output and multiple options for output. The system costs $599 for a license that allows any number of users across a firm’s network.


Product Delivery Methods

_X_ On-Premises

___ SaaS

___ Hosted by Vendor


Basic System Functions 4.5

Core Asset Management Features 4.75

Reporting 4.75

Import/Export/Integration 4.25

Help/Support 4.5

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