Modular Design – Inventory System & Asset Tracking
Within all Inventory Systems and Asset Tracking Solutions, there is a lifecycle of event tracking. This is started by creating an ecosystem. Once this ecosystem has been established, modules relevant to your business needs can be identified. ASAP Systems based in Austin, Texas US, the leader in Inventory Systems and Asset Tracking solutions is well known for its Modular Design. What is Modular Design and why is it important to inventory and asset tracking?
Modular Design is an essential part of the Inventory System. It allows users to configure their Inventory Tracking by identifying those events they want to track. Modules are then purchased specifically for those events. For example, when tracking lifecycle events of personnel, relevant modules such as healthcare are purchased. On the other hand, the depreciation module is needed for tracking objects such as fixed or capital assets.
Depending on what users want to track, they can select modules that are relevant. Therefore, modular design is a crucial step in configuring the Inventory System.
Why is Modular Design important?
When choosing an Inventory System or Asset Tracking Solutions, users base their decisions on two things. The first is the cost of the system they are considering. The second is the availability of features in that system. At ASAP Systems, we have features that would support mid-sized to large companies. We provide our customers with a unique set of modules according to their business requirements and needs. These requirements and needs are identified through a demo session. In these demo sessions, our sales engineers determine the modules and features necessary to run the customer’s day to day business. Customers would pay for their configure solutions taking into consideration these recommendations. Customers do not pay for full packages as in other companies. Why buy an expensive full package when you can configure your own system?