Belarc announces new licensees for its Web-enabled Y2K asset management products

Alcan International (Canada), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Boeing, U.S. Army are latest BelAsset licensees

Maynard, MA - June 23, 1999 -- Belarc, Inc., a leader in Web-enabled Y2K asset management products, today announced additional licensees of its BelAsset product. Alcan International (Canada), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Boeing, and the U.S. Army have licensed BelAsset to help them accomplish easy asset management of their PCs for Y2K compliance, software license control, and more.

"BelAsset gives me the ability to gather a complete software and DMI compliant hardware inventory", said Jason Howard, Systems Analyst, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama. "We are able to import the data into our SQL Server 7 database so we can write ad hoc queries and create reports against our 2500+ machines. We have the flexibility to perform the inventory through our NDS login scripts or through the web browser off our company Intranet."

"BelAsset offers our small and large licensees an easy to use tool, which does a very through job at gathering their computer hardware and software assets, and then automatically imports it into Microsoft's Access or other SQL database", said Sumin Tchen and Gary Newman, founders of Belarc.

Other BelAsset features include:

  • Very simple to install and gather PC profile data. Runs in client-server, web server and standalone environments.
  • Through hardware and software profiles for PCs.
  • Easy to import PC profile data into Access or any SQL database for analysis. BelAsset includes macros which automatically import the profiles into Access and create reports.
  • Great for gathering computer assets on remote users, when they are on the Internet.
  • Easy to use tool for help desks, to upload or email client PC profiles.

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For additional information, please contact:

Belarc, Inc.
Tel: +1 978-461-1100

Belarc and BelAsset are trademarks or registered trademarks of Belarc, Inc. All other trademarks are owned by their respective companies.