Asset requisitions, once fully approved, are assigned for delivery. Delivery of an asset can be managed by an individual or anyone in a role designated for delivery of an asset. Documents—such as configuration notes—can be added during the delivery process, allowing tracking of the serial numbers and licenses assigned. Delivery documents might also require e-signature.
As asset delivery is fulfilled, receipting begins. Some assets may require that employees sign an acknowledgement that they have received the asset. They may also be required to accept company policies concerning use of the asset. Receipt documents are e-signed PDF’s tracking and stored indefinitely within the system.
The requisition, approval, delivery, and receipt process can continue for the duration of the employee’s association with the company. New assets can be managed as the employee’s role changes, and assets can be recovered as they reach end of life, leases expire, usefulness expires, or the manufacturer issues recalls.
Should a safety concern arise about an asset in use by the company’s workforce—such as a manufacturer-issued recall—Assets@Work provides a simple means of identifying what employees have possession of the affected asset and issuing a recall.
And as employee’s leave, whether it be voluntary or involuntary termination or retirement, running a report and driving the asset recovery process has never been easier.