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GetCounted What is it?
GetCounted is an affordable stock management
system for Warehouses, Stockrooms, Depots and Enterprises that is enabled
through the use of Portable Data Terminals (PDT’s) and barcode scanning.
a different database GetCounted is implemented
as an Asset Tracking system as opposed to a Stock Management System.
Stock management features does GetCounted offer? Put Away Picking
Goods placed in the warehouse are scanned in using a PDT recording the
supplier, document reference, the items received and the location where
the items are placed in the warehouse.
Goods picked from the warehouse are scanned out recording the same details
as for put-away, except that the source, not the destination location in
the warehouse is recorded. Stock
Stock counts are very simple and easy to manage using GetCounted.
The areas to be counted are allocated to PDT’s using drag and Drop
on the GetCounted server. A PDT may be allocated
portions of the warehouse enabling large warehouses to be counted by multiple
PDT’s. Areas allocated may overlap to enable multiple PDT’s
to count the same area. Count results are displayed side-by-side with any
variances between theoretical stock and PDT counts being highlighted. Recount
of variances only by PDT is initiated at the click of a button.Spot Checks
A PDT may be used at any time to perform spot checks of stock against the
theoretical stock holding of any warehouse location.Stock Movement Audit
All stock movements are recorded for audit purposes, recording date and
time, person responsible, source and destination, item moved and quantities.Product Information
During stock movement and stock counts it is possible to track Date of Manufacture,
Product Status and Item Serial Number. Each of these information elements
may be optionally hidden or required by configuration settings on the server.
Assets received by the enterprise are scanned in using a PDT recording
the source, document reference, the asset serial number or quantity and
the location where the asset(s) are placed in the enterprise.
Assets removed from the enterprise are scanned recording destination of
the asset, the asset number or quantity and location from which the asset
is removed.Asset Count
Updating or confirming the company’s asset register is done in much
the same way as a stock count would be. Areas to be checked are allocated
to available PDT’s, and the users are directed to the area to be
checked for assets. Assets can be tracked using asset or serial numbers
or by quantity. For example waste paper baskets may not be given asset
numbers, but the company may still want to track how many baskets an office
has. The server highlights any variances for re-checking or investigation.Spot Checks
A PDT may be used at any time to perform spot checks of assets against
the assets that should in theory be at any location.Asset Movement Audit
All asset movements are recorded for audit purposes, recording date and
time, person responsible, source and destination, asset moved and serial
number or quantity.
GetInspected What Is It?
GetInspected is a very flexible, mobile,
equipment inspection system for use within a wide variety of applications.
could it typically be used for?
A manufacturing plant is likely to have many different items of equipment
that need regular inspection. These could vary from pressures and temperatures
in tanks to the level of vibration on a motor to the specific gravity
of a large battery cell.
these inspections are used to drive a preventative maintenance task, which
if not done could result in plant downtime and loss of revenue.
All vehicles need to have a safety check performed before they are allowed
to leave a plant or depot and enter the public road system. These checks
would include critical safety and operational items that could prevent
an accident. If proof can be provided that the mandatory inspection was
carried out fully prior to an accident this proof could go a long way
to avoiding costly claims against the company.
Some jobs are hazardous by nature of the environment in which they are
performed – for example mining.
inspections are thus absolutely critical as lives are involved, and these
inspections must be done without fail. In the unfortunate event that there
is an incident, having proof that safety inspections were completed according
to schedule will be invaluable.
does it work?
The server component of the system allows the user to create an inspection
form using easy drag and drop technology. The form consists of prompts
and responses using standard windows type controls. Each form ensures
that the user knows exactly what task or measurement needs to be done
and records the result of the inspection. These forms are then linked
to an inspection point, each inspection point describing the item or area
that is to be inspected.