Work Order Life Cycle Phase 3: Equipment, Inventory and Purchase Order Management
Take some time to visualize all of the equipment and inventory you and your team are responsible for. If you were asked to provide a list of the most frequently used inventory items and their associated costs, how long would it take you to produce an answer? During a busy, chaotic day, it can be difficult to remember all of the small details like how much of an item is being used, purchase history or even equipment model numbers.
Being able to keep up with that information can increase efficiency within your team while also cutting costs. Imagine if you could accurately know what you need (or don’t need) instantly once it’s time to make purchase orders. No more guesswork needed. This can quickly become a reality with FlowPath.
FlowPath provides its users the opportunity to accurately track their equipment and inventory in real time. Easily keep track of the type of inventory purchased, where it’s from, the cost per unit and the amount you have on hand. You can instantly see the monetary value of your inventory in order to see exactly where your money is being allocated.
Quality equipment is such a huge investment for any business. The FlowPath platform provides a convenient dashboard to store equipment data including name, location, model and serial numbers. Need this information while performing maintenance? QR codes can be added to equipment that can be scanned by vendors or anyone else that is servicing the item. They can instantly pull up necessary information while also providing updates on any work order progress.
FlowPath allows its users to keep track of their assets and improve their overall purchase order management. Read on to Phase 4 to learn more or reach out to email@example.com and set up a demo.
About FlowPath Facility Management Platform
The FlowPath platform allows small-team facility, operations and property managers the freedom to manage their workflows within a system designed specifically for them. FlowPath is the answer to complicated, enterprise-level CMMS and FMS technologies that simply do not scale down to the needs of a majority of the workforce that operates not behind a desk.