Disaster Recovery Using RedBeam Asset Tracking

Disaster Recovery Using RedBeam Asset Tracking

Monday November 19, 2012

Disaster recovery using asset tracking

Hurricane Sandy affected 24 states, including the entire eastern seaboard from Florida to Maine and west across the Appalachian Mountains to Michigan and Wisconsin, with particularly severe damage in New Jersey and New York. As a result, many organizations in these areas are in the process of disaster recovery, the process of recovering resources and company equipment after an emergency.

Asset tracking, or the process of tracking physical assets, is a critical and especially helpful part of any disaster recovery plan. Using the physical asset tracking features in RedBeam Asset Tracking can help you to quickly gather information on all company equipment, eliminating the process of searching for important documentation needed to fulfill insurance claim requirements.

If you have been affected by Hurricane Sandy, RedBeam Asset Tracking can help your organization to eliminate the manual, labor-intensive processes traditionally used to track and manage company assets.

For more information call 877-373-0390.

 

Steve Bissonnette

Steve Bissonnette

President at RedBeam, Inc.
Steve Bissonnette has been in the automatic data collection industry for over a decade, and has executed a wide range of business development and sales management objectives since joining RedBeam in 2004. His current title is President. If you have a need for barcode or RFID-based tracking software, there's a good chance he can help.
Steve Bissonnette