Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Organizing Business Meetings and Assets

As your organization grows, keeping track of people, places and things (assets) can become a real challenge. I recall (when I had two disparate locations and 15 employees) missing meetings, losing people and in a number of cases, losing certain business assets that were costly to replace.

While business assets can be handed off from employee to employee, it helps to know who has what, for what purpose and when it last made an appearance. Cell phones and laptops are high on the scale of most-desired business items, and when they disappear, it can wreak havoc on your business.

NetSimplicity has created the Visual Asset Manager - designed to help alleviate the problem. With their software, you can manage assets and easily inventory, map and track assets from a web browser or handheld scanner. Now you can stop worrying about what you own, where it’s deployed and what it’s worth.

NetSimplicity creates software that simplifies office administration. Their Scheduling Software is a meeting room manager. With it, you can schedule rooms and resources, automate service requests like catering, A/V equipment and technical support personnel and know who's supposed to be where, and when.

Both of their software offerings are available for a no-obligation 30-day free trial. Visit their web site for more information.

NetSimplicity will be at LegalTech in New York on Jan. 29–31. If you're at the show, stop by booth 3205 for a chance to win a digital camera.

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