Guest Contributor: Amanda Watkins, Certified Personal Property Specialist In just a matter of days I will start the program to obtain a Master of Science degree in Emergency Management. At E-ISG Asset Intelligence, I have been working with clients in Emergency Management and clients who use our tools to assist disaster recovery. Getting more in depth training in this area has always been on my mind.
Seeing as how The Discovery Channel's Shark Week - a week-long series of feature television programs dedicated to its namesake creature - has just ended it’s appropriate to compare organizational ecosystems to the ecosystem of our planet’s oceans.
Posted by: Jackie Luo, CEO, E-ISG Asset Intelligence Optimizing asset utilization directly contributes to the bottom line: reduce costs, increase return on equity. The key is to use the right data to improve decisions. Organizations have all kinds of data, but what are the criteria for the “right data” when it comes to optimizing the use of equipment and other physical and IT assets?
Guest contributor: Amanda Watkins What do back-to-school season and equipment inventory audits have to do with each other? Well besides occurring around the same time, they actually can leave similar feelings of dread. If you’re facing the task of auditing your assets and haven’t even started to inventory that equipment, it can feel like showing up to a Beverly Hills high-school, wearing last year’s trends. It’s an overwhelming and scary feeling; like even though you haven’t started, you’re already wrong.