Know the condition and location of your assets, on-demand.
Find by date, by the foreman, and/or by a project.
Keep track of the location, condition, & history of your small tools to heavy equipment using any iOS or Android smartphone or tablet!
The idea was conceived by Runjob’s founder based upon his asset losses from theft combined with not knowing where assets were from day to day. The need was to track assets with certainty and in a cost-effective manner. Many companies offer a means of GPS-tracking, but far fewer utilize a system of on-demand tracking. Simply attach a label and utilize powerful technology to maintain control of company assets.
Runasset is a simple, affordable, and powerful means of knowing the condition, location, and current user of assets in your company!
Order a starter kit today.
Tools and Equipment Management
- Problem: Small tools from jackhammers, pipe lasers, total stations, concrete/soil testing equipment, and laptops to large equipment such as automobiles or dozers get lost or stolen.
- Solution: Adhere a QR or NFC label to the asset and track them on-demand using our mobile app and web application.
• Assets can be assigned to an employee and/or a project.
• The condition, via photo and/or notes, can be uploaded from the field.
• Availability of tools or equipment can be logged.
Parts Delivery Management
- Problem: Parts regularly arrive in your warehouse or at the front desk, but communicating this to your field personnel for project incorporation can be sloppy.
- Solution: Once parts land at your facility for field distribution, immediately log them by attaching a QR label, scanning the item, and logging them into your portal at Runasset.com.
• Send text/email to foremen by project or according to job position title.
• Log in the part number & description to maintain the quantity in inventory.
- Problem: Employers do not have controls in place to track regulatory-driven or company-driven compliance milestones for safety equipment. Equipment for use in fall protection, rigging, or gas monitors are not kept calibrated in accordance with these schedules.
- Solution: Adhere a QR label to each piece of safety equipment and set alerts as to when the next calibration or inspection is required
• Inspection of equipment regularly, or before a discrete task, helps prevent accidents from causal factors such as equipment malfunction.
• A documented list of when and where equipment was last inspected corroborates the existence of a vibrant safety culture.