Smarthub has a comprehensive, class leading set of features within the core enterprise platform.
Pricing for the core platform is base upon the number and type of assets or equipment you want to manage. The price does not change based upon users of the system or administrators.
There are a small number of key factors that we review with you on an initial discovery meeting in how you may want to implement and configure the system and once these are established we can give a very clear set of cost parameters.
Smarthub is designed to connect to as many external technologies as possible, working with a wide variety of your devices.
Scanners, label printers & tablets
You can create your own labels, badges, QR and bar codes within Smarthub and then print them locally with our connectivity to popular hardware. Scanners make asset management audits or stores more efficient.
PAT testing information can be imported and stored against the asset/equipment within smarthub. Giving you a full picture of each piece of equipment in one place. Smarthub can notify you when each asset needs retesting.
Templated reports and charts giving instant access to key information: Bookings, Cancellations, Assets
Allows views by anyone, anytime using based upon user levels
Drill up/down on date range to show years, months, semesters, days
Numerous filtering tools to show who has booked
Minimal training requirements
Integrates with Microsoft Teams
Smarthub saves us a lot of time. students can book equipment and rooms remotely. I think the app implementation will be a big, big thing for us going forward speed of customer service – issues and stuff that we have are addressed and fixed very, very quickly.
Currently we use Smarthub at the school of Arts and creative industries, But we’re just about to branch out to work with our engineering departments who be using Smart Hub for asset management.”
Senior technician, London Southbank University
Requiring a more efficient, less paper-based system to handle a high volume of requests.
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