Features of RAM's Track5000s
Multiple user access to the central asset register
Provides auditors with reliable, proven data to assist compliance with corporate governance regulations
Items can be flagged as located, transferred, or missing for event creation
Enables users to identify assets easily and efficiently for insurance purposes
Audited data is uploaded into the asset register from which reports can be produced
Compatible with a comprehensive range of barcode labels for environment flexibility
Uses driven pick lists, allowing faster input of data and reduced risk of user error
Manages the issue and return of assets to users to minimize unexplained losses
Staff can conduct audits using their existing devices
Track5000s works with Real Asset Management's server-based and cloud solution, providing organzations with a paperless and fully integrated asset tracking system. The application works in real time via a wireless connection and allows users to view, update, and complete events remotely. Track5000s is the perfect application for asset managers to carry out low-cost and accurate physical audits on assets using barcodes.
Track5000s uses a core, centralized database in which detailed information on all assets, from IT equipment to office furniture, can be recorded. A single audit enables coverage of numerous locations and items with the ability to quickly create transfer events, preventing discrepancies throughout the organization. This application makes audits an efficient task, where information can be fed directly into the centralized database, ensuring both effective resource usage and increased time savings.
A major advantage of using the app is that existing devices can be used to track assets. There are no expensive scanners to purchase, particularly important when an organization has multiple sites where audits must take place. Bringing out scanning equipment is often an annual task or even less frequently. Asset Tracking with Track5000s eases the auditing process considerably and can transform the audit into an ongoing occurrence, improving both the accuracy of the register and the use of equipment.