The startup provides its clients with QR code or RFID asset tags, which employees can simply scan to retrieve information related to an asset such as the serial number, the year it was purchased, and the name of the person the asset was assigned to. Those details are important for accounting, maintenance, or in the event of a loss.
Isitup also offers onsite onboarding services, including tagging, sorting through licenses, and uploading all asset information to the platform, taking the burden off administrators’ shoulders.
Co-founder and CEO Andrew Diamond says Isitup tackles asset management in a decentralized and less costly way – tracking company assets is now a responsibility shared by employees, rather than just a handful of administrators. Each department or individual can provide feedback on items in their care in real time and for everyone else to see.
The platform essentially increases transparency within the company, says Andrew. “Employee engagement is also improved.”
Isitup offers a free limited trial on its site, but the full features can be accessed for a fee.
Co-founder Sandra Cheim says their service caters largely to the enterprise segment.
This is an excerpt from Tech in Asia. You can read the full article here