Here are just some of the ways that Slates are being used to streamline asset management:
Log Books: Equipment owners and operators use Slates to track maintenance history, hours of operation, and pre-start checklists in a “Records” field.
Map Views: Service & Rental companies use Slates to visualize the locations of their assets on a map view, record photos of dropoff and pickup condition, and quickly identify an asset for customer support.
Inspections: Safety managers use Slates to track routine inspections of items such as AED’s or Fire Extinguishers, allowing them to ensure the inspection was properly conducted and all of their equipment is in working order.
Manufacturing: Equipment manufacturers use Slates to track production, provide customers with access to the correct and current manuals, and to provide installation or pre-start checklists required for warranty compliance.
Inventory: Slates are mounted to shelves, tool boxes, or part bins to track what’s inside. When something is consumed, update the quantity on the Slate. Or if it’s just being checked out, record who took it and when.
Digital Storage & Organization: Homeowners & Landlords use Slates to store all of their appliance receipts, installation dates, manuals, warranty expiration, breaker-box layouts, and maintenance notes.