Johnson County, TX Deploys Mobile Asset Tracking System

Johnson County, Texas selected Quatred to extend their fixed asset physical inventory process to mobile computers using a combination of barcoded fixed asset tags and RFID asset tags.  Quatred partnered with Harris Computer Systems to extend the Innoprise Suite fixed asset physical inventory solution.  It features online and/or disconnected asset physical inventory processing with the ability to see which assets are missing or located somewhere other than expected.  It is fully integrated with the Innoprise Suite Fixed Asset Physical Inventory process and offers the ability to track assets via RFID tags and/or barcoded asset labels.

  

 

About Johnson County, Texas

As of the 2010 census, its population was 150,934. Its county seat is Cleburne. Johnson County is named for Middleton Johnson, a Texas Ranger, soldier, and politician.

 

For more information about Johnson County, Texas please visit their website  http://www.johnsoncountytx.org/

About Harris Computer Systems

Choice among industry leading software solutions. They provide choice by building or acquiring solutions and then combining them with their software for life program.  Their goal is to provide their customers with a solid return on their investment and the ability to choose the best solution that meets their unique needs.

 

For more information about Harris Computer Systems, please visit their website  http://www1.harriscomputer.com/en/