An asset is a piece of equipment or a component which you can record a service history against, track the movement of, and upload documentation on, such as warranty information or user manuals. Using AroFlo's asset register, you can keep tabs on internal assets provided to staff, as well as manage client-owned assets that require routine maintenance.
Search for assets
To avoid duplicates of the same asset, we recommend that you perform a search before creating a new asset.
Go to your company or client assets list.
Tap Search (top of screen).
Enter part of the Asset Name, Customer ID or Serial Number, or scan the item's barcode.
See Barcode Scanning for a full explanation of setting up and using barcode scanning in AroFlo Field.
Tap the asset name to view details and options.
Alternatively, if you know the category and/or sub-category the asset is stored in, you can use the category search to search assets.
When using the above options, the list will be filtered by business unit if searching for company assets, or client if searching client assets. Use Filter By if you want to switch between views, e.g. view all assets, regardless of who they belong to.
BU: (Business Unit Name)
Lists the assets for this business unit, i.e. company-owned assets
Lists assets for all clients, and assets owned by the business.
Primary identifier for the asset. Edit this if necessary.
The date the asset was commissioned or entered into production/usage.
Used for linking asset types to this asset. Asset types let you specify which custom fields should appear on the asset. Tap to add an asset type to this asset, or tap x if you need to remove an asset type from this asset.
Allow Sub Assets
Allows you to add sub-assets that are part of the primary asset. An option to View/Add Sub Assets will appear here if this is ticked.
The address at which the asset is located. See Locations.
Record the quantity of assets if part of a collection of assets to help identify the grouping.
Record the details of a barcode associated with the asset. See Barcode Scanning.
The current odometer reading of the asset. This figure is updated by assigning the asset to a task and registering the ODO reading at a particular time.
The unit of measure for the odometer reading. The options are Kilometres or Hours.
An internal reference number that the client has for this asset.
Which supplier the asset was purchased from.
The company who manufactured the asset.
Used for referencing an order code for purchasing.
Specific model number details for this asset.
Record the serial number of the asset.
If the asset card in AroFlo Office contains custom fields, these will display as part of the Asset Details.