Your organization has plenty of computers, phones, printers and other technical equipment. You spend a huge amount of resource, time and money for asset tracking. The reports are full of mistakes that complicate the process. This is the reality for many organizations, but not for all! Organizations that have managed to modernize the asset tracking process don’t experience the above difficulties.
The Asset Tracking System is a complete solution that combines advanced RFID and barcode technology to automate the process of asset inventory. Its purpose is to serve organizations’ asset tracking processes - repairs, recording and transferring of assets, tracking of changes in assets within their life cycle, and to perform a periodic verification of availability. The main objective of the system is to ensure control, traceability and accountability of organizations’ ownership, to provide the necessary tools for electronic storage, search and retrieval of information on long-term operating assets.
The Benefits of our Asset Tracking System
- Automates the asset tracking process and saves costs
- Significantly reduces labor-intensive and time-consuming manual work associated with asset recording, tracking, and life-cycle management
- Increases security and reliability of the asset tracking and management process
- Minimizes human error
- Enables quick identification of missing and/or misplaced assets
- Enables easy identification and completion of missing or incomplete asset records
- Increases employee efficiency by saving time spend on asset tracking allowing for more time spent on asset management and decision making
- Enables unskilled employees to carry our asset tracking activities that are normally performed by highly skilled employees (accountants, IT staff)
- Flexible and customizable to your needs
- Works both with barcode and RFID technology
- Based on hi-tech components from leading, reliable producers
The Asset Tracking System works with both RFID and barcode tags. The term RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification and is used for automated identification of objects that have previously been tagged with RFID identifiers. The tags contain information (such as code, date of acquisition, producer) about the object (the asset) on which they are placed. The tag does not need power supply to operate. It can transmit the stored information to a RFID reader from a distance without requiring a direct “visual” contact with it enabling easy and convenient tracking.
The Asset Tracking System functionalities are divided into two main groups - asset data management, and availability tracking.
Asset data management begins with registration of long-term operational assets in the organization. The process covers all operator actions related to registration, enrollment and subsequent processing of assets.
Availability tracking covers functionalities on for fast and easy counting of assets, and ease of subsequent processing of the reports in accordance with the rules on the protection and security of data against manipulation and abuse. The features actions are: