EZOfficeInventory Release Notes February 2020

february 2020 release notes

The last quarter was an exciting one at EZOfficeInventory as we added new features and upgraded existing ones! Now, you can further restrict data access by creating custom roles for your employees, strengthen security with our upgraded signatures, add new custom fields to printout templates, and much more with our asset management software. Read the complete February 2020 Release Notes to learn more!

1. Custom Roles

Tighten access control by creating user roles with personalized permissions. EZOfficeInventory offers 4 predefined user roles but you can customize and build your own to cater to your unique workflows.

2. Changes to Signatures

Your electronic signatures are now even more secure. Upgrades to signatures in EZOfficeInventory mean that only Administrators can view company-wide signatures, while Staff Users can only view signatures they’ve recorded themselves.

3. LDAP Integration Enhancements

Managing your users with our LDAP integration is now even easier. Map Custom Fields along with primary attributes when syncing your users. Additionally, receive alerts for LDAP user syncs to track them in real-time. 

4. New Custom Fields in Printout Templates

Now add custom fields for bundles, businesses, and vendors to your Printout Templates. This offers your employees more meaningful labels to aid everyday work operations.

5. Bulk Import Members via Excel

Adding new members to EZOfficeInventory is now hassle-free. Simply bulk import members from an excel sheet to save time and begin managing your team’s asset assignments.

6. Activate/Inactivate Locations

Deactivate a location that is no longer in use and still preserve all past data associated with it. This prevents users from assigning an inactive location to an item, streamlining data logging while decreasing room for error.

That’s all for now folks! For more assistance on our asset management software, reach out to us at support@ezofficeinventory.com.

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