Spring Break – a good time for tagging school assets

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Traditionally, tagging assets and conducting school inventory would take several days to complete and was exclusively a year-end task. Thankfully, technology has simplified school inventory processing with GoCodes Asset Management, the cloud-based asset management system. Now the tagging and inventory process can be done during short down times such as spring break when there is minimal impact to stakeholders.

GoCodes even has an Education Edition which comes pre-configured with the data fields and settings that school administrators, teachers, and IT staff members need and includes inventory tags that feature your school’s unique ID. Each tamper-proof inventory tag contains a unique fingerprint that links the asset to a powerful, easy-to-use, web-based management system which is scannable by any smartphone. Both smartphone and web interface options are included free with purchase of 100 standard tags.

Not only does GoCodes streamline the inventory process, it is also secure and provides a convenient and efficient means of tracking assets via GPS to find misplaced or missing items.

View our ongoing roll call of schools, school districts, and educational institutions that have already chosen GoCodes as their school inventory management software.

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