Inventory tracking: The most important feature of asset tracking software is the ability to track the location of items in real-time.
Geofencing: Besides just tracking location within your hotel building, some asset tracking systems allow you to configure a geofence that will trigger an alert when an item leaves the premises.
Inventory management: A key time-saving feature of asset tracking software is inventory management, which enables you to get real-time insights into your inventory.
Storage management: Know where items are stored when they’re not being used, down to the specific shelf or closet.
Alert handling: If an item leaves the hotel grounds or isn’t returned on time, an asset tracking system issues an alert. Alert handling settings give you control over who receives that alert.
Activity logging: Keep track of usage statistics, alert history, loss trends, and more to proactively order replacements, implement anti-theft measures, and trim spending on items used infrequently.
Multiple users: At your hotel, more than one person will likely use the asset tracking system, so it’s critical that the system can support multiple user accounts.
Mobile-friendliness: Many hotel employees will use the asset tracking software in guestrooms, hallways, or public spaces, so it’s beneficial to choose a system that works great on both desktop computers and smartphones.