For a number of years, the majority of companies and organisations have tended not to keep a current asset register. In those instances where there was a register, it tended to be a paper document. It soon became obsolete because to keep the information about assets up to date was time consuming, expensive and impossible to use for reporting purposes anyway.
Over the last few years, however, finance and facilities departments have come under increasing pressure from their accountants, auditors, tax & VAT inspectors, Insurance companies and just about anyone else you care to mention, to build and maintain an up to date asset register.
The task of capturing your company's asset information, and keeping it up to date has never been easier.
There are two ways of dealing with it. You could buy the Capture-fm® database and carry out the task in-house, or you could save a lot of hassle and initially get us to build the asset register for you.
Our trained staff will capture all of the data you specify with the minimum amount of disruption. We can also carry out subsequent audits for you if you wish.
What information do we collect?
As standard we collect the following fields, but we can collect almost any information you need.
Initial Data Collection Information recorded Audit Data Collection Information recorded Location Barcode Location Barcode Building Asset Code Floor Date Room Asset Code Asset Description Manufacturer Date
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