JEve Assets is an assets manager tool, run via Java. It is available for download at http://eve.nikr.net/jeveasset
The design is fairly basic, no bells and whistles, just an Excel style sheet, listing all assets.
The thing that first drew me to this tool when it was first released was the ability to see ship fittings, and inside containers at a glance. Assets can also be filtered, for example, I have set up a filter where there is nothing showing that is fitted to a ship, or any of my industrials, as this greatly skews the value of assets at each location.
As the tool has progressed, there is now the option to view market orders, filterable by state, which will show the value remaining, the time remaining as well as quantity remaining. Ship loadouts are also viewable, which makes it handy for me to track down a specific fit I have lying about somewhere. Similarly, the materials list option is an easy “Where are my big piles of Morphite hiding” tool, with a summary at the bottom for showing totals of all material types. There is a Values option also, which lists escrows, best assets, best ship (value-wise) as well as the usual overall picture.
My gripe with the materials list is that at present, as far as I can see, there is no easy “sort by type” option, instead it lists an A-Z of stations, which can take some time to sort through.
The Overview option is, for me, by far the most useful aspect of this tool, as once you have applied filters on the front page to your assets (Removing fitted ships etc), you are then able to view these assets sorted into Region (so it will only show the region name), System (only system name and region) Station (Station name with a system and region column), or by Group (This filter does not appear to be functional for me at least, but I assume it is for market groups). Once sorted, you can then sub-sort by Value, Volume, Reprocessed Value, Average Value or Item Count. Those of us who multi-station buy will find this useful for setting up collections from locations.
There is also a basic route finder tool, which I haven’t tested against the DOTLAN one yet, but it seems to work in a similar fashion, although it hides the full route, just giving you the order in which to set waypoints.
Overall, I would recommend JEve for easy sorting of assets for those of us with far too many things in far too many locations, as it is the easiest to use tool I have found for this. The downside is that it is still a little prone to crashing for me, and as with all tools, the built in pricing data can be unreliable. However, there is an option (Under Options – Pricing Data) to select source (Eve Central or Eve Market Data), and then region (I usually use Empire or Main Market Hubs), you can also select which price point it uses (Buy Max, avg, median, minimum, Mid-point, Sell Max, average, median and minimum). If you right click on an asset on the front page, you are able to edit the price, so you can enter your own price, although I find it easier and less time consuming to use the built in ones. Filters can also be added by right clicking items on the front page, something I didn’t figure out for a while, so was wasting time typing in the filters myself.