Asset Tracking Reporting

Quick, easy, and configurable reports with asset information that matters most

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Asset Details That Matter

Our powerful Asset Tracking System offers the ability to create and design limitless configurable reports.  Designed to deliver real-time data to users, our Asset Tracking Reporting Feature has built-in system reports with all the standard details and information needed to deliver essential information on all organizational assets. 

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Watch how quick and easy it is to select, edit, and schedule Asset Tracking Reports. 

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Standard vs. Configurable Reports

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The Reporting Feature offers built-in reports that are included when the Asset Tracking System is purchased.  Detailed summaries that outline all the general information necessary for an effective report.  In contrast, custom reports enable users to generate reports from scratch, modify, and save. Users of our Systems can set date and time triggers within the System to auto-run any report and multiple options of configuration allow users to choose the information that matters most.

Schedule the Information that Matters

Within the Asset Tracking Reporting Feature, users have the ability to schedule, previously configured, reports to be run automatically and emailed on a designated schedule.

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    Our Asset Tracking Reporting Benefits

    Detailed Asset Tracking Reports can be run and emailed automatically, based on whatever schedule users require.

    Custom-designed reports allow users to decide what information will be explained and how it will be displayed.

    Built-in reports offer the ability to quickly access detailed reports without the need to create and/or design.

    Asset Tracking Reports are only a few clicks away when added to your favorites menu.

    Favorite Asset Tracking Reports

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    Have a specific report that is used often? Users can designate a Favorite Report and have it shown in a separate section for quick and easy access. Favorite Reports will show in both the Favorites Menu, directly from the Dashboard, or in the Favorite Reports option in the report section.

    Built-In Asset Tracking Report Editor

    Empowering users to be in total control with custom reports, the Built-In Asset Tracking Report Editor offers the ability to change aspects such color, font size, add text, data circles, and much more.  Users can easily configure any asset data to create effective visual representations. 

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    Asset Tracking Charts

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    Line Chart

    Line Charts use a continuous line to connect the dots plotted according to the data on the graph. These charts are especially useful for identifying trends and comparing two or more variables.

    Bar Chart

    Bar Graphs compare relationships between different data entries. Compared to a column chart, the X and Y inputs are inverted. A longer bar indicates a higher value.

    Pie Chart

    Pie Charts compare separate parts of a system to the general whole. The distribution is presented in percentages; therefore, the unit of measurement must be the same. Each subdivided segment corresponds to a different category, while the entire chart corresponds to the total.

    Column Chart

    Column Chart compares relationships between different data entries. It requires an X and Y input to display a two-dimensional graph system. A higher column indicates a higher value.

    Visual Asset Tracking Reports

    Line Chart

    Line Charts use a continuous line to connect the dots plotted according to the data on the graph. These charts are especially useful for identifying trends and comparing two or more variables.

    Bar Chart

    Bar Graphs compare relationships between different data entries. Compared to a column chart, the X and Y inputs are inverted. A longer bar indicates a higher value.

    Pie Chart

    Pie Charts compare separate parts of a system to the general whole. The distribution is presented in percentages; therefore, the unit of measurement must be the same. Each subdivided segment corresponds to a different category, while the entire chart corresponds to the total.

    Column Chart

    Column Chart compares relationships between different data entries. It requires an X and Y input to display a two-dimensional graph system. A higher column indicates a higher value.

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