WhereIS: Asset and Equipment Tracking
We continually ask how technology can make lives and business better and the answer is to leverage computers and mobile devices to assist in the day-to-day management of operations.
WhereIS is an online asset and equipment tracking solution that empowers managers and field employees through instant access to vital site information. We continually ask how technology can make lives and business better and the answer is to leverage computers and mobile devices to assist owners, managers, and service technicians in the day-to-day management of operations. That means access to information such as make, model, serial number, date of installation, history, and perhaps, most important of all, the exact location of that piece of equipment.
Innovation and Design Details
The Problem: Ineffective tracking or in some cases no asset or equipment tracking
Our proven methodology helps establish routine management practices allowing production processes to follow. Managers need their operation to run smoothly and reduce stress through simplifying systems. WhereIs is a powerful tool solving major industry problems that directly relate to lost time, lost material, miscommunication, employee inefficiency, and more. We recognize that details are vital necessities and included them.
- Administrator dashboard
- Work Order creation and time tracking
- Field employees can add assets or equipment from the field
- GPS location of the asset or equipment from the field
- Field pictures of the asset or equipment
- Inventory usage both
- Maintenance history of each asset
- Compatible with any modern device
- Scheduling, Dispatching, Routing
- Time Keeping
Real World Example
A water main break on the second floor of a medical facility pours out thousands of gallons of water as the facilities personnel look for the isolation valve that will shut off only that floor. However, the valve hasn’t been seen or needed in years and shutting down the entire medical facility is not an option. The results: precious time lost searching for the isolation valve, a crippled building, vast water damage, and an unhappy administrator. All this could have been greatly reduced if the critical shut off could have been found through our mobile app.