Assets are purchased, upgraded, re-assigned, loaned out and sent for maintenance by many businesses. In order to avoid theft and tampering, and to track the dynamic inventory of businesses, asset tagging is the best solution. Implementing asset tagging into your inventory program is quite affordable. Besides tracking inventory items, asset tags can also be helpful in retail stores.
The modern workplace has plethora expensive equipment that is used for daily operations. Thus, tracking all this equipment has become more important. Using asset labels, businesses can affordably and effectively track machinery, office equipment and computers. Asset labels can be used for marking both non-fixed and fixed assets.
Different materials used for making asset labels include anodized aluminium, polypropylene, vinyl and laminated polyester.
Use of asset tagging in retail stores
Almost all items purchased from a departmental store, mass merchandiser and a grocery store has some kind of barcode label on it. This helps to keep a track the prices of items available in a store. Asset tagging also reduces the chances of price tag swapping and shoplifting.
On the other hand, barcode labels can also prove to be helpful in shops and inventory management. Barcode labels are machine-readable asset tags that contain data of certain products on them. These labels represent data in a spacing of parallel lines of different widths. They can also be referred to as one dimensional or linear barcodes. For the durability of barcodes, they are usually laminated.
If you are looking forward to simplify your asset management process, using barcode labels and asset tags will be a good option.