Have you integrated asset tagging into your business? If you have not, there are a few reasons why using this technology can greatly enhance your company and make it easier to handle your procurement and sourcing needs. Asset tags are small tags that feature a unique barcode or serial number on them. These tags may contain a simple printed number or barcode, or they may be a more high-tech radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag that contains a microchip. When these RFID tags are near a reader, they can be scanned and the information encoded on them read. This is a great way of controlling your inventory since the barcode does not need to be scanned by a machine to be identified.
MelroseSRC recommends asset tagging for a number of different reasons.
There are many different ways you can use asset tagging:
- Track your assets. By adding an asset tag to every laptop, tablet, and other pieces of equipment you have, you can easily track these devices. RFID tags can even let you know when someone takes equipment out of the office in a bag.
- Inventory control. You can use asset tags to keep track of your inventory, so you know when you are in need of ordering additional items.
- Equipment recovery. If something is stolen or misplaced and is found by someone else, the asset tag makes it easier for them to know whom to contact to return the item.
- Keep track of the equipment’s maintenance history. Scanning an asset tag can bring up the maintenance history of the piece of equipment, so you know when something needs repairs or updates.
Using asset tagging to find the best Apple laptop deals
If you are looking for the best place to buy a Mac, an asset tag can help. Scanning an asset tag can bring up online pricing and availability from other sources. This is one way we can assist you with your procurement and supplying needs. We use asset tags to find the best prices out there.
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