Mobile Asset Solution for IT Department
Mobile Asset Solution for IT Department
If you don’t know already, only a small fraction of businesses use an asset tracking software; more specifically, only 13% of businesses use asset-tracking software. Everyday, 87% of businesses, both large and small, operate without this pertinent system, which ultimately leads to time loss, money wasted and a pleather of management dilemmas. Nonetheless, managers are slowly discovering a smoother and efficient manner of tracking their company’s valuable goods. Now, with efficient tracking mechanisms at bay, it’s difficult to imagine asset management before.
This seemed to be the case for an IT Department; after implementing Wasp’s Mobile Asset it was seemingly hard to imagine the IT Department properly functioning without it.
An Unfamiliar Land
For many years, the company’s IT manager single-handedly managed the flow of all assets – from keyboards, projectors and other tech items, he handled it all. He recorded the ins-and-outs of their assets across a lot of storage facilities; however, he needed to find a succinct structure to organize the assets within all his facilities; unfortunately he was unfamiliar with the asset tracking landscape.
There were five locations that he oversaw, and while they were all wired up to a single server and he knew the location of his assets, it was an organized mess. On the bright side, he had previously set up a tracking spreadsheet; however, the file was not complete with up-to-date information.
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Matching the IT Department’s Needs with A Solution
We dug deep into his concerns and found a solution that specifically addressed his problems.
Update missing items
Working with items that he already had, we explained that the original spreadsheet could be imported into the new system, and though it had missing pieces, these items could be edited in another time. This was a convenience for him as he didn’t want him to start anew, yet still needed to create an accurate base point.
We also showed him that he could change the names of the fields and sections of the program, so “Customer” could become “Temporary Worker,” while the “Employee” section could stay the same and be a separate reporting feature. All versions of the Mobile Asset software include maintenance, but the automated e-mail alert feature in the Professional version exceeded his expectations.
Knowledge Gained and Solution Attained
At the end of day, the manager implemented the solution with great success. He attained a structured system to organize his facilities so when the time was right, the company would expand with a structured backbone. Although the solution was straightforward, the manager gleaned additional knowledge of barcodes and asset tracking – a landscape he knew nothing about before.
EMS Barcode takes time to speak with companies about their specific problems; and when our team has come to an appropriate solution, we don’t just sell the bundles, packages or products, we share our expertise with the consumer.
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Wasp Mobile Asset contains an array of powerful tracking methods, allowing users to not only identify what items they have, but also where they are located at any given time. Featuring a full-fledged check out/check in system, maintenance tracking, auditing tools, as well as extensive reports, Mobile Asset provides users the accountability they need at a low barrier of entry. This extensive feature set at a cost-effective price point makes
Wasp an ideal fit for any organization that would better like to track their equipment without investing in a big ticket solution.Customizable Dashboard Signature Capture Signature Capture Multiple Location Tracking Department Tracking Security Based on Users Check Out/Check In Audits on PC/Mobile Track Funding Source/Grants Email Notifications Customizable Fields Real Time Updates 60+ Reports
With the introduction of Version 7, released in 2014, the software has made the leap forward into smartphone capability and will now operate on all current iOS and Android devices. This improves on the systems already flexible nature, and will allow for greater ease in tracking your company’s assets anywhere, anytime. Additionally, Mobile Asset V7 has also provided users with the ability to track which funding source was used in the assets acquisition, an important tool for many organizations, and a feature few other solutions can offer. Mobile Asset V7 is also the first time that Wasp has offered a separate version of the system, Mobile Asset EDU. This variant contains the core features of Mobile Asset V7, with several additions made specifically for educational organizations.
With these improvements, and many more, Wasp Mobile Asset V7 has earned our Best Asset Tracking Software review for 2014.
About Wasp Barcode Technologies:
Founded in Plano, Texas, Wasp Barcode Technologies has been a leader in inventory and asset management solutions for over 20 years. Specializing in economic and highly effective tracking solutions for small to mid-sized businesses, Wasp offers numerous bundle packages which include both software and hardware for a complete solution. Wasp currently boasts over 500,000 active users.
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