When you have nearly one million pounds worth of IT and electrical equipment spread out over five unique locations across the South East of England, supporting a vibrant community of 6,500 students, how do you control your assets? The University College of Creative Arts (UCCA) has found the answer – iAM – intelligent Asset Management provided by GOSS.
Without an efficient asset and resource management system to manage physical assets such as those at UCCA, it would be a logistical and administrative nightmare trying to keep track of which student has loaned which piece of equipment, and which equipment has been lost, stolen, or is need of repair. This process becomes even more complicated to manage and track when students take equipment out of the country when carrying out overseas projects.
Integration and Data Headaches
The University College has recently been...