Eos is simple inventory management in the cloud. Create, manage and share beautiful information rich inventories while we take care of the infrastructure.

eos cloud
eos cloud
eos cloud
eos cloud

It looks like you're using a device with a small screen. Click on the arrow on the right to access extra content.

what is eos?

Eos is inventory management in the cloud. It's a Windows application allowing for the authoring and management of beautiful information rich inventories. It is complemented by Publish which allows you to share and collaborate on inventories with third parties online.


The ethos behind the Eos software and services is simplicity without compromise. Its easy to use interface will ensure you can get started with minimal training.

Features like instant search throughout, Finder, pinned inventories and Glance will ensure you get to the information you need quickly.


Let us take care of the infrastructure. Data, reports and settings are all stored in the cloud. Simply download, log in and you're ready to go. It will work anywhere on any Windows computer with a broadband internet connection. Eos checks for updates each time it is launched so you'll always have the latest version.

Eos runs on the Windows Azure platform ensuring security of data and 99.5% uptime. Data is replicated over multiple secure data centres to eliminate the possibility of data loss. For extra peace of mind we keep our own backups as well.


User based authentication with customisable permissions based clearance levels means you can restrict sensitive features and actions.


Eos is fully customisable. From system wide environmental settings to user specific preferences to custom letter and label formats you can rest assured that you will be able to tailor the software to your needs.


Register for an unrestricted 30 day trial here.


All you need to run Eos is your username and password.

If you don't have one. Click here to register for a 30 day single user unrestricted trial.

copyright EOS LTD
  • Email

  • Twitter

  • Facebook