Asset tracking is the methodology used to track and document all physical assets of a company. Typically, this is a real-time central system that provides details such as owner, location, contract, and maintenance history.
Audit Management is the process of putting in place relevant controls and its documentation to maintain the integrity and operating effectiveness of an organizations information systems, operations and practices.
Change Management software is a system that enables companies to plan, orchestrate, and optimize the transformation process of managing changes.
Compliance tracking is the process of organizing and monitoring of compliance related information and activities to ensure potential risks associated with business dealings, regulatory, legal and other external environmental threats are minimized.
Configuration management is the system engineering process that ensures the establishment and maintenance of a product's attributes throughout its life.
Contract or License Management is the process of managing software licenses used by an organization to control and document how its software are operated and utilized.
Cost Tracking is an essential part of expense control critical to any business or project.
Depreciation management is an accounting process where an organization allocates a cost of an asset over its useful life.
Design management is the culmination of business processes, decisions and strategies that facilitates innovation and the creation of products, services, brands and environments that adds to organizational value.
Equipment and tools are a series of objects that modifies and enhances the performance of a task, activity or features of a surrounding environment.
Fixed asset management is the tracking, monitoring, and maintenance process of an organization’s furniture, fixtures, and equipment.
Floor plans & maps provide locality and position to business assets and resources. Advanced features includes ability to plot assets and other data on the floor plan.
IT Asset Management (ITAM) is the process of tracking and managing the financial, physical and contractual attributes of IT assets throughout their lifecycle.
Move Management is a platform that helps plan, organize, and track workplace and workforce moves.
Maintenance Management is the process that ensures all fixed and movable assets and resources of a company are well maintained and working at peak operational efficiencies.
Occupancy management is putting in place a set of controls to enforce capacity thresholds with regard to people or spaces.
Planogram is a visual merchandising tool that is used by retailers to represent the layout of their product placements in order to maximize sales.
Procurement management is function that oversees the entire process involved in acquiring qualitative goods and services from vendors within a stipulated budget and deadline.
Requisition Management is the process of creating, processing, authorizing and tracking purchase requests within an organization.
Seating Charts help visualize and manage seating occupancy and utilization based on real-time floor-plan views of an organization.
Shelf Planning is aimed at maximizing profits by assigning products to shelves to adjust visibility and desirability while taking into account limitations around shelf space and allocation.
Space Reservation is a resource management solution that shows the availability of the types of spaces, and view room status in relation to a date or time duration for reservation.
Supplier Management is a set of activities used by a company to identify, qualify, onboard, monitor and manage its third-party vendors.
Usage Tracking/Analytics allows users to monitor data related to utilization or consumption, its frequency and other metrics like occupancy ratios, space efficiency, vacancy, density etc, that is useful to make informed decisions.
Visitor Logging or Visitor Management is a system that allows companies to track and record visitors entering their premises. It is designed to give a planned structure to visitor-employee interaction and safeguard the workplace against potential security threats by requiring digital registration.
Way Finding is a mechanism that helps people navigate through complicated architectural environments with the use of visual cues such as symbols, signboards, maps and directions.