SoftwareASSETracs Mobile

Tracking Inventory & Assets in Real-Time

Facilities rely heavily on inventory counts but often underestimate the cost of doing so. At times, a misplaced piece of equipment can be the primary source of frustration for an operations manager. It can result in a loss of profitability and even delay filling customer orders. ASSETracs mobile can be accessed on an RFID handheld mobile computer and can connect with ASSETracs Enterprise in real-time.

Features of ASSETracs Mobilerfid supply chain software assetracs

RFID Pro’s ASSETracs application is adaptable to most enterprise software solutions and adds value by:

  • Performing asset inventory
  • Counting and locating
  • Real-time reporting
  • Quality control

Learn more about our asset tracking solutions.

Performing Asset Inventory

A hybrid use of barcode and RFID technologies allows users to inventory assets quickly and efficiently to eliminate common and expensive problems. Through a handheld computer, a user receives feedback on a missing or misplaced item. This real-time information allows for immediate action and correction of the problem, allowing to maintain the most up-to-date information possible.

Counting & Locating

ASSETracs allows for rapid wall-to-wall counting. Since RFID technology does not demand line of sight, users can locate an asset without its RFID tag being visible, helping facility managers to “find” missing assets.

Real-Time Reporting

ASSETracs offers a variety of options for reporting that include Assets per location, Assets per user, Assets inventoried within a time period, Assets NOT-Found, Assets misplaced, as well as additional custom options.

Quality Control

Quality Control has never been so easy. Companies that use ASSETracs can ensure all inventory items are accounted for every time. With an array of options for accountability, ASSETracs will help you define the essential elements of inventory tracking and locating within a facility.

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