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Our Asset management team’s main core process is developing, operating, maintaining, and selling assets in a cost-effective manner for our clientele. Every company needs to keep track of its assets. That way, its stakeholders will know which assets are available to be employed to provide optimal returns. The assets owned by any business fall into two main categories: fixed and current assets. Fixed or non-current assets refer to assets acquired for long-term use, while current assets are those that can be converted into cash within a short amount of time. When it comes to asset management, our managers often deal with two main concerns. The first is what role does the asset management process play? Second, how can a firm develop a good asset management plan? How Does IFI GRP Asset Management Work? Our Asset management is a multi-step process that is largely automatized once the initial stages are completed. No matter the type, its many advantages will quickly become evident. 

Even the act of preparing for asset management yields benefits. For example, while tagging items or preparing for the same-item organization, employees might discover unnecessary duplicates or stock which was previously thought lost. Once established, asset management is largely a matter of maintaining the system and studying the data it yields. Once you sign up with us, setting up an asset management system will include: Gathering information on types of asset management systems Observing the movement and needs of assets, noting what type of asset management system is best Deciding on the best asset management software fit Organizing assets for inventory and tagging Tagging assets with QR codes Scanning tags to place in the system Tracking assets with scans Maintaining the system through tracking and occasional check-ins with employees and decision makers Studying data the tracking provides Conducting maintenance according to preventive maintenance prescriptions, as well as emergency need Predicting the life cycle of assets Dispose of, donate, recycle, or sell asset at the end of its life cycle QR codes are integral to beneficial asset management. They enable fast tracking with intuitive smartphone apps, which is a vast improvement over inaccurate and clumsy spreadsheets or manual records. Using QR codes as part of an asset management system requires no new hardware, provides for easy training, and allows for fast, simple, and comprehensive data upload across system wide informational shifts. Get in touch with us for more information and services