Asset & Inventory Assurance

A device strategy for a sustainable revenue model
Overview
Subex Asset & Inventory Assurance helps telcos to identify loopholes at each stage of their supply chain process and take pre-emptive measures to address them on time. The solution helps telcos reduce revenue leakages, improve customer relations, and expand business opportunities. By gaining total control of the processes in the entire Asset & Inventory value chain, telcos can build a successful business model on existing and future device types with Asset & Inventory Assurance.
See how our Asset & Inventory Assurance solution can help your organization
Brand and Customer Satisfaction
Managing the supply chain and addressing the customer concerns will safeguard your brand image and customer experience
Stop theft and misuse
Monitor internal theft, false device return, subscription misuse, lost devices, etc across the entire supply chain
Expand Business Opportunities
Secured Asset & Inventory supply chain will enable telcos to diversify and explore new business opportunities
See how our Asset & Inventory Assurance solution can help your organization
Brand and Customer Satisfaction
Managing the supply chain and addressing the customer concerns will safeguard your brand image and customer experience
Stop theft and misuse
Monitor internal theft, false device return, subscription misuse, lost devices, etc across the entire supply chain
Expand Business Opportunities
Secured Asset & Inventory supply chain will enable telcos to diversify and explore new business opportunities

Check out Asset & Inventory Assurance solution features

Near real-time Monitoring
Over 40 KPIs to monitor logistics vulnerabilities with predictive analytics in real-time
Reporting & Visualization
To provide a unified view of the supply chain at granular level
Pre-defined Process Controls
Library of pre-defined Asset & Inventory Assurance controls based on client-informed use cases.
Flexible Design
Baseline deployment configuration can be modifiable based on operator-specific scope
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Frequently Asked Questions

Asset inventory management is one of the ways the organization monitors the assets it owns to track and analyze issues such as location, maintenance feature, depreciation, efficiency or performance, and the elected disposal of asset.

A data asset inventory is a described record of the assets in the form of data maintained. The inventory is the record of information about an asset including its name, contents, use license, owner/maintainer, privacy content, source of data, update time stamps and other relevant details.

Inventory and assets are 2 different things. Inventory is something what is sold to make a profit while Assets are what help the company obtain, maintain and sell off their inventory.

The major difference is that inventory is the materials, finished products a company wants to sell to earn revenue. It is the company’s product, used to create the company’s product. Fixed assets, on the other hand, may be used in production of the company’s products, such as equipment or machinery, plant but they are not part of the company’s product line. They are sold under a year’s time, if the company is upgrading equipment or closing due to the worst case scenario.

The process to manage the assets inventory is:

Firstly, estimate the size of your inventory. If you only have a few assets to track, you still need to take some time and team to manage them. Secondly it is track who should be the InCharge or InCharge for the inventory management. Third step is to define the basics of tracking the assets. Fourth step is to use a good asset management software. There is some housekeeping required a eh end.

Asset management is the process to manage investments on behalf of others. The process essentially has a double mandate that includes appreciation of a client's assets over time and depreciation while mitigation of risk.

Revenue Assurance can provide a financial view of IT assets, which adds a new and effective dimension to that craft. So, too, Asset Assurance adds the tools to the network capex side of the business to actively manage it.

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