EnaSys high-value asset tracking delivers a comprehensive solution that is intuitive to use and provides comprehensive results. EnaSys allows user to not only frequently audit their assets in a fraction of the time of normal methodologies, but it provides a chain-of-custody report for each asset from inception to disposal. Integrating with an organization’s enterprise asset database, one can be fully aware of how the asset has moved within and between rooms, buildings and locations. Alerts can be employed to signal movement, whether unauthorized or permissible, to ensure compliance with company or regulatory compliance.

EnaSys offers a complete and automated asset-tracking solution that incorporates proper methodologies in a reliable, integrated manner to capture all physical infrastructure assets from deployment to decommissioning. Our asset-tracking system provides completes tracking and typically provides a payback of just over a year and is supported by multi-level services to help you successfully deploy your program. Just as importantly, it accomplishes this in one-tenth of the time of traditional methods. This allows you to audit more frequently and reduce costs.


Reduce Risk and Loss

One study showed that approximately 15% of assets are not accounted for. Current methods of tracking are error prone and time consuming. There is significant liability that exists when corporate property is misplaced or, worse still, improperly removed. The potential loss of sensitive information as well as expensive or irreplaceable items puts organizations at serious security and regulatory risk.


Barcode and RFID Makes A Difference

Tracking assets using manual processes or spreadsheets is a major problem; it commonly used but difficult to maintain and highly error-prone. Industry research indicates that an error rate of 10% is common with manual data entry from typing and transcription errors alone. Many managers have no formal processes in place to manage physical asset moves, adds, changes, and decommissioning. A comprehensive method of asset tracking is important, but relatively few mature tools currently exist − and those that do exist can lack detail or are compromised by poor integration with traditional management tools or existing asset frameworks.

Unless assets can be effectively tracked either within the facility or by monitoring their entry and exit, companies cannot meet service, financial, and legal obligations related to managing those assets.