Tracking all of your tools, equipment, handheld electronics, and other assets becomes incredibly time-consuming as your company grows. Eventually, most companies add ‘equipment manager’ onto someone’s duties, only for that to become a full-time job.
Most civilians don’t appreciate just how much work goes on behind the scenes to keep fire departments organized and ready. The firefighting heroics in movies and on TV shape their perceptions. They don’t see the long hours of complex and sometimes just plain tedious work necessary to make sure every apparatus and every piece of equipment is ready...
We’ve noticed that many UK businesses are updating their workplace safety plans—or their fire and safety plan—right now. Most commonly, they’re either taking advantage of governmental COVID funding before it dries up, reorganizing their fire and safety plan to accommodate a permanent hybrid workforce, or moving into a new building.
Maybe your company just suffered an avoidable security breach. Or perhaps you were just reviewing the labor costs of tracking your corporate keys. Many business leaders in these positions start to wonder whether automating their physical key management is worthwhile. But they want some questions answered first.
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Equipment management is an afterthought at some companies. But those companies are usually surprised when they get around to adding up the costs of their equipment losses and operating inefficiencies. Better equipment tracking can eliminate those inefficiencies, reduce losses, and extend the lifecycles of each piece of your company’s equipment.
I ndoor mapping technology is making inroads in many business sectors—and with good reason. This technology has the potential to reshape how we conduct many business practices that, up until now, we’ve thought had to be slow and manual. One of those business practices ripe for change is asset management.