Asset Tracking for Charter Schools
Asset Tracking for Charter Schools Overview:
This is a Charter school that started back in 2003 with 120 students. It has since grown to a family of 6 schools serving more than 2100 students currently and specializes in college-preparatory courses to student in academically challenged areas in Southern California.
They came to us searching for basic asset tracking for their group of 6 schools to keep track of everything from school furniture to high dollar electronics and even the student’s computers. We looked at many different options for them and most provided the solution to cover most of their needs. There was one point however, that they felt was still an issue. They wanted the mobile piece to the solution to be as user friendly as possible, particularly for moving assets around and when doing audits. The FlowTrac Asset tracking solution fit the bill. Not only does FlowTrac have all the benefits of many in-the box solutions, but a key advantage is the fact that the mobile screen user’s see is prepared and customized to the customer’s specifications. Thereby making it not only tailored to the client’s specific wants, but also can be made easy as well.
The Customized Flowtrac Software Solution:
Here are some examples that FlowTrac Software created for an EMS Barcode client.
Quickly assigning an asset is as easy as this:
Auditing with FlowTrac Software is easy as well:
Asset Tracking for Charter Schools Result:
The Flowtrac Software solution proved to be the right fit for this client.
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