Each item type can have different criteria. For example a PC might list its hard disk capacity and condition of the monitor/keyboard etc whereas the state of an office chair, pressure washer or toolkit will have different criteria.
The items are shown on the left. Selecting one of them displays their details on the right
Documents and images can be attached to each items record in the right top window Maintenance checks and audit intervals are assigned by item type. Audit and maintenance details that have been carried out are updated in the right panel as they occur.
Logging where everything is and then tracking it with regular audits is made easy with the use of barcodes. The software will print the barcodes for you and theportable scanners are used to scan the item barcode and its location at every audit. Where you can use RFID tags, then no barcodes are required.
Alternative Views of your data give you a complete picture. There are many views of the data, classifyng them in different ways:
View 1 by department or owner.
View 2 by user/staff member.
View 3 by item type.
View 4 by Location
The PDA transfers data either in batches manually or in real time wirelessly depending on the Wireless signal. Where no signal is available, data can be stored on the PDA and transferred later .
Once you have got the labels or tags on the items they are there permanently until they need replacing. The barcode labels represent the unique item code and enable you to find and identify each asset. In some cases you will prefer tags for aesthetic or practical reasons .As the labels are a one off print some companies prefer to have reels of sequential numbered labels printed rather than buy a printer. However a printer is useful for reprinting and gives you more control over the system as you can add other information to the labelMore details on Labels and Labelling options...