Evidence Management System
Asset Management | The Fleet Manager Role
Fleet Managers have a job where safety is paramount, and they can’t take a day off from the requirements of the job. Not only is the job a true separate activity from those of the Asset Manager, it is one that needs special tools all its own to accomplish the mission, whether they be in concert with your asset management system or not.
Perishable Goods | Do You Know Your Expiration Dates?
Municipal budgets can no longer afford to operate inefficiently, and neither can you. To accomplish today’s mission, efficiency in all aspects of your internal operation are required. This means venturing into new ways of thinking that have not been considered in public safety previously. And that means using software that puts your agency far ahead of the game, in both dollars, and sense.
Asset Management Software | Ease of Use
Your asset management software should be handling the heavy work of cataloging, reviewing, reporting, alerting, and achieving maximum efficiency for your asset manager, so they can focus on the broader aspects of their job, like making administration look sterling.
Asset Management Software Reports
When it comes to agency procurement, reports are inevitable. They are needed for many purposes, mainly meetings between administration, with council, even in public hearings. And from that standpoint, if you can keep accurate reports on the stuff your agency buys, it leads to the suggestion that you must not keep accurate reports on anything outside your department.
Quartermaster Work | Tracking Agency Money
Having asset management software that tracks the details about your purchases, the funding sources, and shows clear paths of how money is spent helps your agency administration with their roles as executives, and helps your asset manager fulfill the ever-important cost accounting role your agency needs.
Asset Trends | Making the Patrol Vehicle an Assigned Kit
Quartermasters’ and Fleet Managers have a symbiotic relationship. The Fleet Manager is in charge of vehicles, their maintenance, support, and of course, ensuring that inspections occur. Quartermaster’s are in charge of equipment, and for all the same tasks as they relate to equipment.
Asset Management | Linking Purchase Orders to Equipment
Asset managers are usually not the people involved in a purchase. And that means that lots of questions they get asked are for information they can’t answer, like if a particular purchase order number has been fulfilled, or what date a purchase order arrived, or what a purchase order contained.
Audit Preparation | How Software Should Make It Stress-Free
Between rules, reports, and inventory, these things should be brought together in your asset management software system, so that as items are entered, assigned, transferred, brought in for repair, or whatever else comes up, each system transaction follows the rules your agency wants, and the results of which are collected into your agency-structured reports, and all data can be summarized into audit forms.