Fixed assets, such as plant equipment, vehicles, tools, and IT assets are critical to daily operations. You need to maximize your fixed asset uptime and utilization and ensure availability to future projects. But asset management can be a headache if you don’t have an easy way to track assets or look-up asset information directly from a plant or project location.
RFgen Asset Management Software captures important asset information, allowing you to easily:
Asset management software removes the hassle of paperwork and can improve the accuracy and timeliness of your fixed asset records. Creating a new asset in your ERP system is as easy as putting on a barcode label, scanning it with a handheld device and entering some information.
One of the top challenges facing supply chain professionals today is keeping track of their fixed assets. For managers, this means having the right tools, equipment, and parts on hand to keep plant maintenance running smoothly. Manufacturers need to keep the right amount of fixed assets in stock to ensure the production line doesn't grind to a halt. Meanwhile, warehouse employees have to re-prioritize significant amounts of time to hunting down assets, only to discover they don't exist.
That's where RFgen's fixed asset tracking solution can help.
Run a query on any fixed asset to find its status and location. If you need to transfer an asset to another location, one scan of the barcode can update your ERP records. Fixed asset software tracks what you own and where it’s located, so you won’t lose assets or accidentally order new assets you don’t need.
Keeping an accurate asset inventory can help your organization lower property tax assessments and insurance premiums by helping you get lost, stolen, broken or otherwise disposed assets off your books. Becoming more proactive with fixed asset management can help you improve preventative maintenance for equipment and become more strategic about fixed asset purchases.
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