iOffice, an industry leader in customized integrated workplace management software solutions (IWMS), announced the release of a new mobile application for their Asset Management module. Asset, is one of ten independent modules that can integrate together to provide valuable information and statistics about a facility to its user. This portion of the iOffice portal allows facilities managers to track and monitor an unlimited number of their building’s assets, such as life-safety equipment, computers and air-handling units. The new mobile app brings many of the module’s desktop features to a portable device. It is currently available in the iTunes Store and will be released for Android in early February.
The Asset Module system contains important information on each specific asset for the user, including its location, lease or maintenance information, utilization and operational cost data. The module is completely web-based and highly configurable to each user, and now it is even more accessible with the introduction of the mobile application.
The new Asset app is designed to help users make changes to inventory even when they may not be directly in front of their desktop.
“We’ve been working with our customers to identify their mobile needs. Being able to quickly look up, verify and capture asset information from a mobile device is something that we knew our customers would love. The interface is so simple it doesn’t require any training,” said
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