Army Asset Tracking System
ASAP Systems’ Barcode-Based Asset Tracking System for the Army is a secure system that tracks Army equipment, tools, IT assets, and vehicles deployed to Army personnel. Commanding personnel can tag each vehicle and its portable equipment with barcode labels to track their whereabouts, as well as maintenance schedules and depreciation.
Our Asset Tracking System Accommodates all Army Personnel:
Top rank command personnel have the ultimate power to configure and manage the Asset tracking system to fit the Army base needs and requirements. These users can grant access to specific personnel to execute daily asset management transactions.
Top Rank Command Personnel:
Authorized Army personnel will have the ability to handle daily system transactions throughout the army base, like scheduling or performing Maintenance on Army equipment, running a depreciation report and audit asset life cycles. In addition, this rank can grant access to other Army personnel to access, shop, and reserve or check out army assets.
Privates also play a role in achieving immaculate asset management throughout the army base. Through the “My Assets” interface, Privates can browse through available assets and request custody or Reserve / Check in- Check out army equipment.
Privates / PFCs
All Army divisions can benefit from our Asset Tracking System
Our Barcode Based Asset Tracking System for the Army, enable all Army division to track accurately its asset items worldwide. From Army Infantry to Armored division, the army can track a wide range of equipment, Maintenance tools, radios, laptops, and more. Learn more about how the army uses our advanced Asset Tracking features for streamlined operations.
Top Army Asset Tracking Features
- Check-In, Check-Out Army assets / Equipment.
- Record Army Asset Loss, damage, transfer or disposal.
- Generate unlimited Army Asset reports with the easy to use reporting wizard.
- Increase visibility and track Army Assets within any Army Base.
- Configure Reports to replicate Army forms/documents