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Asset Identification - Keeping track of your Assets

To be successful in business, organisations need not only a strong concept but good staff support and a determination to succeed. Organisations look after their staff well, knowing each member’s role and their location. With staff files bulging with information, organisations can have an all seeing eye over its employees.  So why should this be any different for tangible assets?

Tamper Resistant Void Label

All organisations take stock of a number of assets such as computers and laptops. These assets can also be crucial in the running of day to day business and often add huge value to a business. Asset identification can be used as a way to keep track of these tangibles – offering a means to a library of information, just like a staff file.

Keeping a good record of your assets can become a little tricky as you obtain more and more products. Using asset identification you could trace what assets you have, the working condition of them and where they are situated. Asset identification can also be used as a record used as proof of ownership in case of a fire, for example. This label inventory system has also been used previously by insurance companies to settle open claims.

Asset identification labels often have bar codes which can be scanned to directly retrieve information from or use numerical and written coding to identify the product. Some labels can also be self-sealed, leaving space to add coding person to your organisation.

They can be designed with different materials depending on individual requirements, including stainless steel, vinyl and polyester. Some of these materials can withstand high temperatures, chemical corrosion and outdoor weather.Some asset identification labels can offer tamper proof systems to deter wander hands – leaving traceable marks including ‘VOID’ signs if the label is removed.

Dantech can offer a variety of asset labels to improve asset identity. For more information please call directly to speak with an advisor on 01354 688 488.

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