Asset Tracking System (ATS)

At its core, asset tracking works by performing three main functions — documenting asset attributes, location identification, and tracking movement. There's other activities that take place such as taking pictures, capturing signatures when items move, scheduled maintenance events, performing maintenance events, depreciation calculations, and many more. The act of performing physical inventory of your items and equipment is another input to an asset tracking system that allows it to accurately manage your shared resources.

It provides cradle-to-grave asset tracking and management. From the time an asset is acquired until it is retired, its identification, assignment, location and movement are recorded. This provides a complete audit trail of all assets throughout their complete lifecycle.

Industry Solutions

Current Challenges

  • Loss of assets through misplacement

  • Untimely stock outs or excess production

  • Event failure due to tool unavailability

  • Frequent equipment breakdowns

  • Meeting regulatory Audit and ISO compliance

  • Inaccurate Forecasting

  • Poor interdepartmental communication

  • Regulatory compliance

  • Sudden rush orders create chaos

Our Solutions

  • Track objects faster & accurately in Asset lifecycle

  • Reducing human effort and corresponding errors

  • Automatically scanning multiple assets concurrently

  • Accurate asset data for management decisions

  • Added security by recording asset movement

  • Asset tracking eliminates cumbersome and unreliable manual methods

  • Balance costs, opportunities, and risks against the desired performance of assets

  • Asset tracking improves forecasting

Benefits & Return on Investment