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For smart city companies, Timly enables improved inventory management
In Use at Westenergie: Locations and Maintenance
As a major energy service provider, Westenergie is certainly a household name for many private individuals and entrepreneurs. However, what many people certainly don’t know is that the company is also working significantly on the smart equipment of municipalities and cities.
With its Smart Pole Factory, the innovator has launched a project that brings numerous advantages to the residents of cities. The smart street lamps are designed to digitise public space through the use of state-of-the-art technology. Thus, secure WLAN networks, smart parking and air measurements are integrated a little closer into your everyday life.
In spreading smart poles, there are factors that go beyond the functionality of a normal inventory manager. The most impressive feature of Timly at Westenergie is the accurate mapping of all pole locations with the help of a GPS map connection. This shows the company exactly which poles are at which location (also dynamically).
Furthermore, each Smart Pole can be called up through the digital asset manager, which provides insights into the associated contracts, documents and properties. This way, Westenergie’s service technicians always know which smart pole needs to be serviced when and which contracts are linked to it.
How Could Timly Solve Westenergie’s Smart Pole Factory Problem?
The combined benefits of Timly leave existing inventory software in the shade: In this use case, the modern inventory manager manages to make the everyday life of numerous employees more productive and reliable.
In addition, the company always emphasised how essential the core idea of cloud-based IT inventory is. For this reason, the following aspects speak for the increase in efficiency for Timly:
Overview of the different locations
Document call for maintenance and contract data
Savings through efficient reporting
Integration into the general project strategy
The Digital Asset Manager Timly
This use case shows how even complicated and individual requirements can be realised with our inventory manager. Classical inventory digitisation is the least of Timly’s challenges. In order to show you the full added value of the Timly digital asset manager within our use case examples, we would like to explain the general functionality in a few sentences.
This is important in order to properly understand the benefits for companies and customers behind the use of the software. You will certainly recognise some features and processes from your company, which our software can carry out in an innovative way.
By managing your assets digitally, individual items can be provided with all master information. The product characteristics, the item stock and the last recorded location are the essential factors here.
All information is managed by the digital asset manager in a GDPR-proof manner in the cloud to provide your employees with location-independent access. With connections to your accounting department, export data for the inventory and other interim reports can be created.
Using Timly’s digital asset manager allows each user to act on the system based on their assigned rights. Documents, contracts and receipts are attached to an item or product with just a few clicks.
Over 400 Companies, Schools and Cities Rely on Timly
Intuitive Management of Your Inventory
With Timly you get access to efficient inventory software. A wide range of sophisticated functions makes it easy to digitalise your inventory.
Manage All Assets
Mobile Available Everywhere
Localise your assets with the integrated barcode scanner for smartphones & tablets.
Easily assign assets to people, projects, rooms, locations or external service providers.
Digital File Management
Save the exact GPS location of your assets with one scan. All GPS data historically verifiable.
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