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Take Supply Chain Issues Asset-Tracking and Maintenance System

Take Supply Chain, a provider of supply-chain execution and reverse-logistics software, has made available its Asset Tracking and Maintenance Solution. The Web-based mobile application automates asset data collection and improves the tracking, visibility and reporting of fixed, capital and physical assets, according to the vendor. It combines handheld barcode tag printing, radio frequency identification scanner technology and a linkage to the data system of record. Users can make operational decisions based on real-time asset data, while reducing labor costs and streamlining manual processes, Take said. The new system offers asset repair and maintenance functionality, allowing companies to plan and schedule maintenance and services, as well as track all expenses associated with each item's maintenance history. With the ability to track assets by location, item ID or serial number, the system's handheld devices feed inventory and maintenance data to the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. As a result, companies get a consolidated view of asset status, location and activity, along with a comprehensive collection of reports.
Take Supply Chain

Take Supply Chain, a provider of supply-chain execution and reverse-logistics software, has made available its Asset Tracking and Maintenance Solution. The Web-based mobile application automates asset data collection and improves the tracking, visibility and reporting of fixed, capital and physical assets, according to the vendor. It combines handheld barcode tag printing, radio frequency identification scanner technology and a linkage to the data system of record. Users can make operational decisions based on real-time asset data, while reducing labor costs and streamlining manual processes, Take said. The new system offers asset repair and maintenance functionality, allowing companies to plan and schedule maintenance and services, as well as track all expenses associated with each item's maintenance history. With the ability to track assets by location, item ID or serial number, the system's handheld devices feed inventory and maintenance data to the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. As a result, companies get a consolidated view of asset status, location and activity, along with a comprehensive collection of reports.
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