Why You Need Fixed Asset Tagging

With fixed asset tagging, you’ll be able to monitor your tools and equipment with a lot more clarity. How it works is by attaching physical fixed asset tags to your fixed assets so that you can link them to a digital profile.

In essence, you’ll be able to scan these tags to retrieve an asset’s profile, ready for any updates, changes, or edits you need to log on your fixed asset register.

So, why do you need fixed asset tagging?


using fixed asset register software


Access to Fixed Asset Tracking Functionality

When you log and tag your assets, you’ll be able to use a suite of fixed asset tracking features with ease.

As all it takes is the scan of an asset tag, either a QR code or barcode, you’ll be able to change and monitor any number of things related to your assets.

To name a few things, asset tagging allows you to:

  • Check equipment in and out
  • View and update asset location
  • Log, monitor, and control asset maintenance
  • View who is using what
  • Track assets individually or in bulk

Overall, you get an immense level of control and visibility over your fixed assets, allowing you to save time and cut costs.


Asset Location Tracking

Location tracking is simple when you’ve implemented asset tagging. As every scan of an asset’s tag updates asset location and the user who scanned it, you’re instantly one step closer to a full account of where assets have been and who has interacted with them.

This has wide-ranging possibilities and implementations. For example, if you’re using fixed asset tagging for IT asset management, you’ll be able to track the locations and status of any IT assets that are being used remotely.
Alternatively, if you’re using asset tracking for construction, you’ll be able to track where all of your tools and equipment are. Thanks to this and a streamlined reporting feature, it only takes a moment to verify that assets have made it on-site and that they’re being used.

Tagging and Tracking with QR Code Asset Tags

Customisable Fixed Asset Tagging

One of the best things about fixed asset tags is that they’re entirely customisable. So, if your equipment is heavy-duty and goes through a lot of wear and tear, you’ll be able to use anodised aluminium fixed asset tags.

From iron-on fixed asset tags to tiny QR codes to stickers to barcodes, anything is possible to suit your needs.

With itemit, you can also mix and match the type of fixed asset tags you’re using. So, you’ll be able to implement fixed asset tracking as well as GPS tracking with ease and without sacrificing any functionality.

To find out more about how all of itemit’s features can help you save time and money, you can book a demo with us by clicking the button below.

You can also reach us by emailing us at team@itemit.com, phoning us on 01223 421611 or by filling in the form below. When you fill in the form, you’ll also get a 14-day free trial to test out itemit’s fixed asset tracking software!


Or, you can check out these blogs:

What is Small Tool Tracking Software?

What Are the Best Asset Management Tracking Tools?

3 Ways Fixed Asset Tracking Software Saves you Time and Money

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