Asset Management Services

Assetlinx Capital will leverage the Assetlinx asset management tools. This is a web-based system allowing anywhere anytime access to resellers and end user clients. This information could include, among others, invoice data, asset data, lease data, and associated contractual data.

The repository is web based allowing for all authorized users to have anytime, anywhere access. Powerful search tools are included allowing you to easily key in on pertinent information and create meaningful reports. By working in a web browser, you can view reports with live data, create new report formats and publish web reports that colleagues can view.

Assetlinx Capital also includes export capabilities to MS Excel or MS Access, depending on your reporting and analysis needs. You can build a comprehensive enterprise management repository by easily linking information from multiple sources. In addition you have the ability to exchange data with third party applications, internal databases and spreadsheets.

The asset repository is based on standard Microsoft components such as SQL Server, Internet Information Services (IIS) and Active Server Pages (ASP) resulting in a scalable and cost effective asset repository.


Asset Recovery (Reverse Logistics)

In time, all assets will come to the end of their useful life.  This could be due to a variety of reasons including technical obsolescence, increased support costs, lack of functionality, corporate restructuring and new requirements or standards. This will occur regardless of the acquisition method, purchased, financed or leased. In conjunction with Rider Computer Services, Assetlinx Capital can provide a comprehensive set of nationwide services.

The removal of unwanted or redundant assets can be a costly and time-consuming task. Typically this has not been managed well at most organizations. Clients now realize that in addition to the logistics of removing these assets, there are also substantial risks if the process is mismanaged. Reducing the risk, complexity and frustration of refreshing IT assets is of growing importance. Managing the removal of end of life assets will improve the ability and efficiency of introducing new equipment, and also has the potential to provide a financial subsidy for the Refresh program itself.