Where are those tools? Who had them last? How many assets do you have out in the wild right now? When it comes to keeping tabs on your stuff, a lot of questions can run through your mind. Not only can these questions hurt your organization’s efficiency and time management, but they can take a serious toll on your peace of mind as well.
Let’s take a look at some of the most common, frustrating questions that you or your employees may find yourselves asking and seek some of the answers that could be out there. Because, even if you’ve been finding yourself asking these questions for years, that doesn’t mean someone hasn’t found a way to solve them. IntelliTrack® Assets has been giving all the right answers for many organization’s suffering from asset tracking-induced headaches, could yours be next?
I keep losing track of tools, equipment, and packages. Where are they?
You’re not alone. Any operation has its own hurdles when keeping tabs on the coming and going of assets, and it’s only made more frustrating when you realize that there has to be a better way. With so many aspects of your day-to-day being enhanced through real-time, robust, on-demand information at the push of a button, it can be frustrating to not have the same for some of your organization’s most valuable assets.
Keep a better eye on your assets anytime, anywhere, with IntelliTrack®. Unsure where that important fixed asset is? Easy. Just fire up IntelliTrack® Mobile and get a quick peek at its exact location. That’s one, instant way to get peace of mind without having to burn time tracking it down in person. Not to mention that having this data in the palm of your hand will help you maximize asset utilization through painting a broader overall picture of your operations. This easy information can help the organization put forth a better game plan and make for a more efficient process the whole way through.
Was it Erin or Brad? Which employee last had that asset?
Assets, and the employees that handle them, are always on the move. In the old way, this process would be handled in spreadsheets or pen and paper, so it’s no wonder assets would go missing. It’s also no wonder that time and efficiency were being wasted through this slow, arduous, clunky process. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
IntelliTrack® Assets gives both the organization, and its employees, more power and protection through better asset management. This tool will give you a clear, quick look at who last had that asset you’re trying to find. On top of this, it will also give the employee a better, quicker way to keep things moving. When they don’t have to worry about wasting time with the old, slow process, and can simply check in and check out digitally, they’ll be just as happy for the change as you are.
Do I need to perform maintenance or calibration on that asset? I just can’t remember.
As we’ve noted, for most organizations, there’s a lot to juggle at once. If you’re not using the absolute best technology and tools at your disposal, the warehouse can become overwhelmed. On top of that, both yourself and your employees can be overwhelmed by the buzz of the unnecessary complications in this inefficient operation.
By using IntelliTrack®’s simple desktop interface, you can quickly and easily perform maintenance and calibration. This streamlined process lets you mark both the dates of recent maintenance and calibration, while also flagging a future date for any specific asset’s next required attention. This simple tool can help maximize the life of your assets while providing higher levels of safety at the same time. On top of this, it’s an easy way to make sure you’re always on top of compliance tracking requirements.
This is the Answer for Better Asset Tracking
For so long, asset tracking was a hassle. A complicated, stressful process that didn’t need to be so… well… complicated and stressful. Now, it doesn’t have to be. IntelliTrack® Assets is the ultimate asset tracking tool and adding this one small, but powerful, piece of tech can make an impact that will reverberate throughout the entire organization.