Fixed Asset Inventory

This extends to the assets that support work over the long-term, be they tables, computers, tools, vehicles, or any other fixed assets that make our day-to-day routines, and sometimes our out of the ordinary activities, all that much easier. Fixed asset Inventory means counting these products.

Introducing Identification Systems

One of the pillars of inventory fixed assets is an identification system that has been correctly developed and applied. By introducing an identification system, we provide our customers with a well-structured information database that ensures the smooth implementation of recording the quantity of fixed assets over the long term.

The introduction of the bar code system is always tailored to the special needs of our customers. If required, we also offer the introduction of RFID technology.

Fixed asset inventory

The accurate inventory of fixed assets is an important pillar in the life of a company, as these assets are aimed at supporting the creation of company value. If the numbers of these assets are not kept precisely, the results will not be acceptable either for accounting purposes or for business continuity.

Certain assets may have been temporarily deposited and then forgotten somewhere, losing their value over time and, left out of the records, they no longer provide the company with value. Our service, the fixed asset inventory by a third party, sheds light on forgotten assets, which may help the company avoid unnecessary purchases.

The introduction of an identification system for keeping records of assets is one of the building blocks for effective fixed asset inventory, though it is not always required. For example, the use of a barcode system can expedite the operative process of quantitative records and minimize the possibility of errors (almost doing away with errors completely).

The diligent management of the fixed assets can help avoid unnecessary purchases and improves the quality of planning the purchases of fixed assets.