How to create Parts Inventory in the Asset+ CMMS

Learn how to create and manage equipment parts inventory in the Asset+ CMMS

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Written by Pooja Shetty
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The machine or equipment parts Inventory module in the Asset+ CMMS serves as a comprehensive material stock list that contains detailed information on all the items available in the organization's inventory.

Maintenance managers can import and manage the parts required or purchased for asset maintenance within a factory or facility. Engineer users can add maintenance parts when assigned asset maintenance work orders, allowing for seamless and efficient inventory management. With this feature, organizations can keep track of their stock levels and ensure they always have the necessary parts to perform maintenance tasks.

1. How to create Parts inventory in the Asset+ CMMS?

Creating the parts in asset+ is vital, as it enables the manager users to add and list down the various tools/ parts that will be utilized in the asset maintenance process.

Steps to create parts in Asset+:

  • Login to your Asset+ account by going to

  • Click on the setting icon present on the menu bar.

  • Click on the Organization settings on the Settings Page.

  • Click on the 'Part' card present in the organization settings.

  • You will be directed to the parts page; click the Add Part button on the Parts page.

  • The 'Add Part' form will appear; enter the concerned data in the required field and press Submit.

Please note the details of each parameter required to complete the part creation in Asset+.



Part Name

Name or the identifier of the tools or parts required for maintenance.

Part Code

A unique code is assigned to the parts

Part Variant

A particular variant of the parts like color or size—quantity.

Quantity in Stock

The total amount of the part supplies in the stock.


Unit of measurements

Minimum Threshold Quantity,

The minimum amount of the material always has to be in stock.

Storage location

Parts Storage Location.


A small brief about the parts.


Name the supplier of the parts.

Delivery Time (In days)

Minimum Order

Purchase Cost

Mention the part purchase cost.

Purchase Currency Type

Mention the currency type used for the transaction.


A brief note on the supplier.

Total Parts: Total number of parts added to the Asset+ parts inventory.

Parts in Stock: Total number of parts that are in stock.

Parts out of Stock: total number of parts whose quantity in stock shows as out of stock.

2. How to edit Part details in the Asset+ CMMS?

Steps to update or view parts in Asset+:

  • You can use your Asset+ login credential and Login into your Asset+ account.

  • Click on the setting icon present on the menu bar and click on the part card in the organization setting.

  • Click the three dots under the action tab for the parts you wish to view/edit.

  • Click on the View/Edit option.

  • Click the Update button once you finish updating the required attributes in parts.

3. How to delete part in the Asset+ CMMS?

You can delete part in Asset+ only if you are a maintenance manager user.

Steps to delete part in Asset+:

  • You can log in to your Asset+ account.

  • Click on the setting icon present on the menu bar and click on the part card in the organization setting.

  • You will be directed to the 'Parts' page in the Asset+ platform.

  • Click the ‘vertical ellipsis’ icon [three dots] under the action tab for the asset you wish to delete.

part deletion in asset+ platform
  • Click on the 'Delete' option to delete the parts in the Asset+ platform.

  • Once you click delete, you will receive a popup with the notification 'Are you sure to delete Parts_Name.'

  • Click on the Yes button to successfully delete the Parts in Asset+. You can Click on NO to cancel the delete operation.

Note: The parts/item in stock can't be deleted if the items or parts are In Stock.

For any feedback and enquires on the functionalities of the plant in Asset+, write to our support team at [email protected]

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