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This Is How The U.S. Army Keeps Track Of Its Assets

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How One Of The Largest U.S. Army Posts Successfully Tracks Base Assets The U.S. Army has to keep track of a lot of assets. There are big ticket items like planes and missiles, firearms, basic IT equipment and computers. It isn't always easy. In 2014, it was reported that, the Department of … [Read more...]

7 Ways an Outdated Time & Attendance System is Costing your Small Business

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For many small businesses, growing revenue and increasing profit is a constant objective and often a worry. Growing revenue is the top business challenge for companies with 11-50 and 51-100 employees (and the number two challenge for companies with over 100 employees). While many try to maximize … [Read more...]

Poor Inventory Management Could be Ruining Your Profit & Reputation

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When a business grows, a lot of small business owners feel pressured to keep their focus on the day-to-day challenges of the business.  That means seemingly mundane tasks, like inventory management, gets pushed aside. While counting inventory and restocking shelves might not seem like it should be a … [Read more...]

10 Ways a Time & Attendance System Updates Your Small Business

10 Ways a Time and Attendance System Updates Your Small Business

  Investing in a time and attendance systems may not be the first thing small business owners think of when considering ways to achieve their expected revenue growth. Improving customer service and investing in new customer acquisition methods are cited far more often, but failing to do so … [Read more...]

Asset Management called upon to Serve and Protect The City of Dallas

Asset Management called upon to Serve and Protect The City of Dallas

Towns, cities, counties and states across the country need to keep track of a lot equipment. From big ticket items like fire trucks and police vehicles to smaller assets like mobile computers and tablets, every municipality needs to know the whereabouts and condition of thousands of pieces of … [Read more...]

Extinguishing Asset Management Emergencies for Volunteer Firefighters

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One of the biggest challenges facing any volunteer organization is recruiting and retaining volunteers. Volunteer fire departments are no exception. 69% of the fire services in the U.S. are made up of volunteer fire departments and for the first time in 28 years, the majority of the firefighters are … [Read more...]

Shopping For an Effective Asset Management System

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Many business owners start out with a pen and paper system or an Excel based spreadsheet to track their assets and inventory. Poor inventory management practices, like these, are listed as one of the top 8 reasons that small businesses fail. When the time comes to utilize these inefficient systems … [Read more...]

7 Best Practices for Fixed Asset Inventory Software

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Small businesses that don’t utilize fixed asset inventory software often encounter the pitfalls that can doom startups and companies with outdated infrastructure -- disorganization, poor security, lost or stolen assets, tax code violations and other issues. But due to inertia or even lack of … [Read more...]

Barcode: The Ultimate Guide to Barcodes

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Every time we purchase something we interact with a barcode, but rarely do we give them much notice. Yet barcodes play a crucial role in the effective and efficient operation of our economy, from small businesses to large multinational conglomerates. What is a barcode? A barcode is … [Read more...]

Avoiding a School Budget Crisis with Asset Management

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When you have limited resources and funds and thousands of young minds to educate every day, how do you make it work? This is a question school districts all over the nation ask themselves every day. In most districts, budgets have been dwindling for years, but standardized testing isn’t going … [Read more...]