Digital Data Asset tracking

Digital Data  Asset tracking

Digital Data Asset tracking

Digital Data Company Overview:

Today’s client is a leader in the global information services market, specializing in fraud prevention, data management, and many other solutions. The department I worked with was focused on receiving, storing, and disposing of digital data lockers from a wide variety of their customers.

Why Digital Data Asset Tracking is Needed:

Currently relying on Excel spreadsheets to track these sensitive items, the company’s growth and sheer number of incoming items had quickly outpaced their ability to effectively track and manage the relevant information about them. Each item needed to be uniquely tagged, stored, and disposed of after a set period of time, and deadlines were starting to fall through the cracks.

What Asset Tracking System can be used:

Digital Data Asset tracking

Digital Data Asset tracking

Our recommended solution for this client was the Wasp Mobile Asset software, with barcode scanning and label printing capabilities. Providing the ability to quickly print new tags as the assets arrived, scan them into the database, and key in their information and destruction date on the fly was critical to the client. The Mobile Asset software would now allow our client to track the items from the time they arrived, who they belonged to, where they had been stored, and would notify them in advance when it was time to dispose of the item. There would no longer be any need for guesswork, scanning through endless spreadsheets, or searching through the warehouse to find the right items. When presenting the software to the client it was clear the standout features for them were the ability to set an event for the item to be destroyed, as well as the ease of use for generating and printing barcode labels not only for the items, but for locations, and even their customers, allowing for further automation.

Digital Data Asset tracking Result:

Taking advantage of the key features of Wasp Mobile Asset will allow this client to achieve their goal of creating streamlined process of tracking their customers items from the moment they arrive until they are ultimately disposed of.

 

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