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Irrespective of a company's size and economics, keeping track of its assets is of vital concern for any business owner, whether that be IT assets (laptops, servers, etc), company property, medical devices, tools, equipment, vehicles or important files. Asset tracking not only reduces the cost of manual tracking, it also automates the entire process and provides 100% accurate, up to the minute, on demand information about assets from any part of the world, at any time. Citing the various advantages associated with asset tracking, more and more companies are now vying for these applications. According to Beecham Research, asset tracking and monitoring applications are expected to be a $28 billion market by 2014.

How Does Asset Tracking Work?

Having an efficient asset tracking system not only lets you track and manage your company's assets, it also lets you manage the who, where, what and when aspects of the asset. Whenever a new asset is registered for tracking, you simply have to assign a number to an asset. After assigning the tag, enter a description of the asset and scan enter the location that describes where the asset is held. Using barcodes scanner or Mobile PDA Scanner speeds up the process of tracking assets.

Most of the companies are using a manual register system or spreadsheets for tracking their assets. It works if your assets are limited in numbers and is completely dependant on the staff who maintains this register. If you calculate the time spent on maintaining these register and it's accuracy it is worth putting an efficient Asset Tracking System.Tracking Work

Using GPRS technology, these assets can then be monitored from anywhere any time. All the events associated with the tracked assets are recorded automatically on a software. Asset are generally ease to use, intuitive graphical user interface that allows the user to visually interact with the system without being overwhelmed by its complexity. The tagged assets are displayed on a graphical layout and the ones being tracked are highlighted for convenience. Asset tracking technology not only lets you capture important information about each of your asset (location, check-in and check out, maintenance schedules, cost and depreciation etc), user interface provides report management and maintenance schedules features.

User can transfer the data on a Mobile PDA Scanner and can create new asset, move, check in/out, and audit each site and location's asset.

Mobile PDA Scanner could be taken to remote locations and brought back to a workstation to syncronize the asset data with the main asset database.

Benefits of Asset Tracking
  • Saves you the time and money that you spend searching for lost, misplaced or unreturned assets, ensures data integrity and security of your asset.
  • Lets you access data from remote locations, assets can be tracked by location, site, department, serial number, etc.
  • Comes with an easy to use graphical interface that provides you all the information required for asset tracking at your fingertips.
  • Tracks maintenance costs, repairs, contracts, licenses etc.
  • Extensive report generation feature helps track asset movement, usage, updates and maintenance schedules.
  • Lets you audit your organizational assets on your PC or mobile computer.
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Navigate MobileAsset using the intuitively - designed interface. Attach photos or contracts to an asset record for quick reference Establish a maintenance schedule and review asset maintenance history

Asset tracking systems lets you manage your assets whether they are in the office or in the field. Using this technology not only do you increase the utilization of your assets but also improve the security for critical assets. It allows you to increase the productivity of your business by automating the business processes, while also helping in simplifying the audits.

Asset Tracking solution is the ideal asset management solution for :-
  • Healthcare and Medical providers
  • Educational institutions
  • Building and Construction industry
  • Mining
  • Defence & Security Forces
  • Government Agencies
  • Small and Mid Size companies
  • I.T. Department of large organizations
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Legal and Accounting firms