RFID Automates Data Entry and Tracking
Companies in a variety of industries rely on critical assets to drive their business. Although industries vary, the need for effective asset management is universal. Any item that is a part of the work process but does not leave as part of a finished product is a candidate for intelligent asset management with Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID). RFID can help enterprise companies automatically track and secure critical assets.
This real-time technology takes asset management to the next level, providing unprecedented visibility, accuracy and security. With RFID, companies can automatically keep track of key assets as they move in and out of an area such as; a stock room, airport hangar, data center, enterprise workplace or transport terminal.
Asset Management Benefits
Diverse companies have deployed implementations of RFID applications for asset management with tremendous success. Regardless of what type of asset you use in your business, RFID can automate and error-proof this critical business process, delivering a wealth of benefits to the enterprise.
Employees spend less time tracking down missing or misplaced equipment
Improved asset maintenance
Assured adherence to critical and routine maintenance procedures such as calibration
Secure, around-the-clock access to stock rooms for improved efficiency — without human intervention
Improvements in asset visibility and utilization reduce the need to purchase or lease spare parts and equipment
Reduced capital and operational costs
The reduction in the loss of assets reduces the need to purchase and manage additional assets
IT Asset Management Benefits
Increased IT asset process automation and utilization
With RFID, IT assets are identified, located, and tracked automatically, reducing the Total Cost of Ownership and extending asset lifetimes
Improved service levels
Efficient replacement, swap and maintenance of IT Assets increase operational uptime
Increased accountability of media and data tape tracking safeguards sensitive data, and ensures backup and redundancy
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