The team at EZOfficeInventory rolled out some exciting updates this November. Get up to speed with our upgrades, from the metric system for Printout Templates and User-Listing specific Arbitration Settings to smart Mobile App enhancements and much more!
Different companies around the world use different standards and formats. To accommodate for this, EZOfficeInventory now offers a Metric system and gives you the option to choose between inches or centimeters as your default measurement unit while designing Print Labels.
Multi-team organizations often require Administrative approvals for certain User Listings and not for the others. EZOfficeInventory facilitates this by enabling you to configure Arbitration settings for each User Listing. It further gives you the option to allow Staff Users in a User Listing to create items for the User Listing or put them in maintenance.
EZOfficeInventory gives you a list of predefined reasons for retiring an item to choose from. However, we understand that this list doesn’t encapsulate every possible reason. Different companies have different reasons for retiring items. This is why you can now add custom reasons as well when retiring items.
Our new alerts for Work Orders ensure timely completion of your Work Orders. You can now set up and send alerts for Work Orders due in ‘x’ days, due on a certain date or overdue past a certain date to the concerned Assignees and Reviewers. Assignee(s) will also get notified via email when Reviewer(s) add a comment to the Work Order as feedback.
EZOfficeInventory now gives you the ability to add and remove columns on the Low Stock Alerts page to suit your needs. Let’s say, you need to display which vendor is responsible for restocking particular items – simply add a custom field for it!
Now view Asset Stock Overdue on the mobile app Dashboard and request mass check-in of Asset Stock items. Our Mobile App also shows the Fuzzy List in reserved Carts so you can choose and add from a list of suggested items.
Education is a trillion-dollar industry and it is flourishing now more than ever. With student numbers growing sharply, there’s a need for adequate school resources to ensure quality teaching. This is why school districts need to track myriads of inventory and digital assets, not only across campuses but also across individual students.
When importing your CSV data to EZOfficeInventory, you need to map the columns to the appropriate fields available in the system. This comprehensive data dictionary helps you understand what all the various fields mean so you can carry out hassle-free imports.
Network administrators use Active Directories to streamline maintenance processes within large organizations. Instead of having to perform several updates manually, a network admin can update one object in a single process.
Active Directories are used to allow or deny application access to end-users through the network trees. They help in keeping a large network organized and maintained. And you can do this without having to perform each task through an individual process.
Managing your inventory can be challenging if your company interacts with hundreds of items. Various pieces of equipment are used by your employees, exchanged between locations and staff, and checked in for maintenance. If you aren’t documenting these processes, your projects will bear the brunt of it.
RFID tagging is an advanced method of equipment tracking. It is becoming exceedingly popular with many industries now opting for it. The primary advantage of using RFID tags is that they allow mass data collection as opposed to barcodes that enable data collection one item at a time.
The US construction industry is one of the largest industries worldwide, with an annual expenditure of over $1,293 billion. It contributes a vital percentage to the GDP value of the United States, helping it drive up the economy.
This has resulted in an explosion in construction projects all over the country – companies in this space are in for speedy growth.
However, challenges are quickly creeping up to hinder this explosion.
Construction companies manage a multitude of moving parts and high-stake projects. Moreover, they rely on the availability of critical heavy equipment such as tractors, excavators, diggers, and bulldozers to carry out jobs.
But what happens if you lose track of these high-value equipment? Entire projects could face major setbacks.