A Guide to Fixed Asset Tracking

A Guide to Fixed Asset Tracking

When companies begin to organize assets for greater efficiency and control, the first items that come to mind are naturally movable assets, such as hand tools, tablets, and inventory in a supply chain. These items might be checked out by employees, moved between rooms in the same building, or distributed to far-flung worksites.  However, attention must also be directed towards fixed assets....

A Guide to Fixed Asset Tracking

When companies begin to organize assets for greater efficiency and control, the first items that come to mind are naturally movable assets, such as hand tools, tablets, and inventory in a supply chain. These items might be checked out by employees, moved between rooms in the same building, or distributed to far-flung worksites.  However, attention must also be directed towards fixed assets....

Construction Asset Management Guide

Construction Asset Management Guide

Because they often move from place to place, construction assets are especially subject to theft or misplacement.  Effective construction asset management is vital for increasing profits, deterring employee and outside theft, locating missing items, and making your construction site overall more efficient.  Maximizing effective construction asset techniques is helpful to decision...

Asset Management Best Practices

Asset Management Best Practices

Knowledge of asset management best practices and their efficient application can result in a smoothly-running organization that will become more productive, have more involved employees, stay compliant, and serve its customers better.  In the end, all these factors mean one thing: your company will save some money. Anyone interested in applying asset management will benefit from these best...

Asset Tracking Methods to Know

Asset Tracking Methods to Know

A company’s assets are of little use if employees aren’t sure where they are, where they’ve been, or where they’re going.  The data collected from each asset’s daily activities, even if it remains fixed, is invaluable.  Asset tracking can help immensely when it comes to: efficiency in central supply managementreducing loss and petty theftattending to preventative maintenance  This...

Tool Tracking System: Everything You Need to Know

Tool Tracking System: Everything You Need to Know

Tools are among the most easily lost and misplaced assets in public and private organizations. Maintaining real-time information about their location is invaluable. Tool tracking is an important function for construction companies, retail outlets, nonprofit organizations, and education establishments.  Properly applied tool tracking can lower costs, increase profit margins, boost employee...

Asset Life Cycle: Definition and Key Stages

Asset Life Cycle: Definition and Key Stages

Understanding the life cycle of your assets allows you to better plan for their role in your organization and saves your time, energy, and resources. When you’re ready for each phase of an asset’s life, you can better manage them and ease each transition for operators, managers, and owners. Actionable knowledge of asset life cycle management is useful for managers, employees, and financial...

What is Asset Tracking?

What is Asset Tracking?

Asset tracking refers to tracing items an organization owns and having real-time information about their location and status. The assets can be mobile, moving from one place to another, or fixed.

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When specialized technicians need to work on your equipment, a preventive maintenance checklist presents standardized information for all the assets in your company. Preventative maintenance checklists also provide an identical basis of information for employees, management, and outside contractors.