Asset Panda continues to make a name for itself and stand out from the competition in the asset tracking and management field. Our platform is continuously listed among the ranks of the best asset management software, and people are taking notice. Check out a few of our accolades in 2018:
Asset Panda was ranked #104 in the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies. Within that honor, they were ranked #4 in the state of Texas, and #9 in the software industry category. The Inc. 5000 represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment – its independent small and midsized businesses.
FitSmallBusiness, who helps small businesses with extensive research to identify the best solutions to fit their needs, named Asset Panda the best overall asset management software for small business when compared to three different asset management platforms. They claim that Asset Panda focuses on asset management without the addition of other, possibly additional, features, and is the most economical option in most cases.
As new technologies become available, Asset Panda can adapt.
PC Mag named Asset Panda to its list of “The Best Asset Management Software of 2018. Their staff claims that Asset Panda is an excellent pick for companies with a tight budget who need the ability to customize the tracking of physical assets. The focus on customer support shines through in every interaction with their staff.
London-based ITPro named Asset Panda among the Best in Inventory Management Software. Their review of Asset Panda emphasizes the value that Asset Panda brings companies who are looking for a robust inventory management software program.
Camcode published a list of the Top Asset Tracking Software: The 56 Best Tools and Software Systems to Track Equipment and Key Physical Assets. They searched software and tool reviews, top technology sites and blogs, and expert opinions to build this list of top-rated asset tracking software solutions and tools.
With Asset Panda, the software helps automate your asset management tasks, simplifying what was once a complex task, while giving you the ability to examine your data in a more meaningful, relevant way. Our flexible and easy to use mobile platform syncs with the cloud, meaning your asset-related data is served up in real time 24 hours a day, so you no longer need to wait until you’re back in the office to check the status of any item. Asset Panda is powered by free mobile iOS and Android apps that house everything you need to track the entire lifecycle of every one of your vital fixed assets. There’s no separate handheld barcode scanner or any additional hardware involved. All you need is the smartphone or tablet you already use – or access Asset Panda using our web app, if you prefer.
This platform was created with an eye on the future, so it’s flexible enough to accommodate to your business needs today and well into the future. As new technologies become available, Asset Panda can adapt. The app is completely customizable, so you decide how your data is displayed and organized. The dashboard, fields and columns, notifications, alerts, reports, calendar feature, user- and location-based security settings are just a few of the features you can modify according to your specific needs.
Asset Panda users such as CHG Healthcare are passionate about the value the software has brought to everyday business operations. Employees are saving hours of wasted time each week that would be spent searching for lost, missing or misplaced assets. Companies are saving thousands of dollars in unnecessary replacement/repair costs and can accurately conduct audits and budget with real-time data to make informed and financially-sound decisions. What’s not to love about Asset Panda?
Learn more by visiting www.assetpanda.com today and see what all the hype is about!
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