ID asset labels and tags are vital for tracking high value items in a company. They enable you to make inventories of your items and crucially, prevent theft.
Inventories of company assets such as computers can change regularly as units are bought, sent for repairs and maintenance, upgraded or disposed of. Therefore all this information needs to be carefully tracked and managed through an efficient asset management tracking program.
Sequential numbering, barcoding and other forms of asset tracking provide data that helps companies compile detailed inventories of their property. This data can help produce rapidly accurate reports containing numbers and details of items.
Serialised barcode numbering can be scanned by asset tracking software and be used to gather data in an instant. Scanning the item will instantly bring up the details. This reduces staff time and costs when gathering together inventories.
ID asset tags can maximise efficiency within a company because they help to control and manage its assets. Both public and private companies use these ID tags, including the Government, public bodies and large private organisations.
Asset labels are also essential in preventing theft of valuable IT and other equipment that may contain sensitive information. The label means that the item can be easily scanned, identified and returned to the owner if it is suspected of being stolen.
Asset tags and labels are available in a range of different materials.