No two businesses are run exactly the same. However, every business is looking for ways to save time and money. Competition is on the rise and companies are far too aware that their competitor is after the same customer and is looking for any way possible to snag them. Even if your company doesn’t sell a product, it still provides a service (education, construction, spiritual guidance, etc) and they have to be aware of the bottom line and how they are running daily operations. That’s where they need to have a solid asset and inventory management program in place. As many companies are learning, if they don’t know what they have, they are wasting employee time and company money … and no business wants to do that.
Asset and inventory management can bring so much to your business. It can …
- allow your organization to keep track of all their assets
- tell you where the assets are located
- tell you how assets are used
- tell you when changes were made to assets such as upgrade, repairs, etc.
- save money on maintenance by viewing the entire lifecycle of an asset and identify consistent problems that may determine future spending to use the said asset or replace it
- make your business and your employees more efficient by understanding the capabilities of its assets, and how they can be used in the most effective manner
- optimize operations such as planning, resources used, employees needed for tasks, and implementation of overall project management
- remove ghost assets or items that have been lost or stolen but still remain in inventory records
- lower incidents of theft
“If companies don’t know what they have, they are wasting employee time and company money.”
In many of our blogs, we discuss the how’s and why’s of asset and inventory management and why it’s such an important task. We’ve looked at the many features a consumer should look for when starting on the path to purchasing an asset and inventory management software platform. We’ve even told you what types of asset tracking tools are not useful and can, in fact, cause more harm.
What’s so fantastic about Asset Panda is that our platform was created to work for you in the way that you (our user) need it to work. So many programs are created by companies in the way they think it should work. There’s no flexibility. No customization. You have to find a way to make it work for you. But that’s not the premise that Asset Panda was created on.
Whether online or through our Mobile App, Asset Panda’s intuitive interface makes it easy to work from anywhere, on devices you’re already using. That means everyone in your organization has quick and easy on-demand access to everything they need to know about your assets.
With unlimited fields and configurability, Asset Panda can change as your needs change so that it’s always the perfect platform to meet goals or solve problems—for any number of assets, any sized company in any industry.
Users can quickly integrate with legacy systems. Seamlessly import data from existing spreadsheets. Create customizable reports for relevant, contextual insights. And it can all be done in real time, anytime, from anywhere.
When you can bring all of your stakeholders into the communication loop – meaning every employee is involved in the lifecycle of an asset – you increase accountability throughout your entire organization. There’s no more guesswork or frustration when employees have to drop everything to hunt down lost assets.
Our clients provide honest and real testimonials on what Asset Panda means to them and their business. Comments from our users justify why we are the best choice when it comes to finding the best asset and inventory management platform for your company.
Want to learn more? Click here for a free 14-day trial and see how you can stand out from the competition and always know what assets you have, where they are, and what condition they are in.
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