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ASAP Systems Releases Its Energy Industry-Focused Inventory and Asset Tracking System Passport to Help Energy Companies Save Valuable Time and Money
Date:9/4/2013

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

ASAP Systems focuses on improving the way companies within the energy industry track and manage their fixed assets and inventory consumables to ensure all data is automated to save time and money. Energy companies using Passport centralize and automate inventory effectively by managing the complete life cycle of such inventory. In addition, Passport for Energy companies helps track and manage fixed assets such as equipment, tools, and vehicles by utilizing Passport’s asset tracking features like asset maintenance schedules and checking in and out items.

ASAP Systems' energy-focused inventory control system increases the overall efficiency of managing different types of inventories in multiple locations or multiple independent sites. Passport accommodates for all energy-related types of inventory including standard, serialized, batch-lot, serialized with quantity, and non-inventoried items. Specifically in the energy industry, energy companies can track solar panels and electronic parts using serial numbers using Passport’s serialized inventory functionality.

ASAP Systems Passport inventory and asset tracking system also empowers energy companies to track all aspects of an asset assigned to a certain individual or job site. Using Passport in the energy industry gives users the ability to track all sorts of assets such as tools, vehicles, equipment, and documents. With all the assets and equipment used within the energy industry, energy companies can use the check in and out feature to track assets by location or person using serial numbers and model numbers, due dates, as well as scheduling and performing asset maintenance.

“We adapted our Passport inventory and asset tracking system to the exact needs of companies within the energy industry,” said Elie Touma, President and CEO of ASAP Systems. “Energy companies can utilize the features that are necessary for their industry.”

Energy companies can also take advantage of the modernized ASAP Passport Mobile App, an extension of ASAP Systems’ Passport inventory and asset system software. The Passport Mobile App allows everyone to scan barcodes using industrial scanning devices such as the Motorola Mobile Computers or their own consumer grade devices such as iPhones, iPads, Android devices or Windows Mobile devices. Such devices will enable the mobile users to conduct transactions, create reports, view analytical charts and graphs.

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