The widely-used Promaster asset management software is now available as a web-based tool. The developer In4systems has also announced the launch of Promaster 4 Starter Edition for smaller housing providers.
The new version of Promaster provides the same levels of functionality as its original client/server-based application with the ease of access and support benefits of web-based delivery. Promaster is based on a series of modules which allow housing providers to manage property maintenance, refurbishment, and repairs, with modules unique to the social housing sector covering statutory reporting requirements around Decent Homes, health and safety, asbestos and energy performance.
John Buckland, Director, In4systems director, said, “If you opt for a browser-based system, no software needs to be installed on individual machines. This is very attractive to housing providers which may have hundreds of people using their asset management system on many different computers, with the potential to deliver major savings in terms of resources and staff time.”
In4systems has also launched Promaster 4 Starter Edition, a web-based version of Promaster tuned to the essential asset management requirements for providers with fewer than 1000 properties. Buckland added, “This new streamlined version of Promaster opens up asset management to smaller housing providers which have often felt that asset management software isn’t really designed with them in mind.”