The platform can enable you to keep records of the conditions of assets.
Before auditing assets, they first need to exist under the Tagged Assets section.
If necessary, you then need to customize the Asset Auditing Data Capture fields so that you can gather the details you need about the assets being audited.
Asset auditing from the web app
There are several ways to audit assets.
Option 1 – adding audit records one by one
Go to Manage Assets > Asset Auditing page. Click on the Add Manually button. On the new page, select the asset then fill out and submit the form.
Note – this option only processes one item at a time.
To edit the record, find it on the table, then go to Actions > Edit.
Option 2 – adding audit records in bulk
Go to Manage Assets > Asset Auditing page. Click on the Import From CSV button. On the new page, upload the CSV file, according to the guidelines shown there.
Asset auditing from the Smartphone App
On the iOS or Android app, go to Audit Assets, then fill out the form.
If you have barcodes or NFC tags, you can scan them using the app. Alternatively, you can search for the asset.
Asset auditing via automated workflows
Using Zapier, you can automate how asset audits are added to your account. For example, you could edit a Google Sheet row, and have the data on that row automatically used to create an asset audit record.
You first need to set up a Zap trigger.
After that, choose the app Ventipix Asset & Inventory Manager, and the action Create Asset Audit.
Click on Continue, then authenticate your account.
In the step that follows, map data from your Zap trigger on to the fields that you want to populate automatically.
Proceed to then test the integration, and turn the Zap on.
Using Microsoft Power Automate
Using Microsoft Power Automate, you can also automate how assets are added to your account from other platforms (flows). For example, you could set up a trigger or schedule whereby data from the source platform is automatically used to create an asset in your account.
In your Power Automate account, set up a new flow, for example, “Automated – from blank” or “Scheduled – from blank“.
After that, choose the connector with the data source, and its appropriate action. If using Excel, you would choose, “list rows present in a table“. For example:
If using Google Sheets, you would choose, “Get rows“. For example:
Once the connector has been set up with all its authentication requirements, and file location details, proceed to add a new step.
In this new step, search for “Ventipix Asset and Inventory” connector. Then, under its Action menu, select, “Create an asset or inventory record“.
In the new prompt, under the Services dropdown, select “Asset Auditing”.
In the input fields that will then be displayed, select the dynamic content that should go on to them.
On the “Apply to each” prompt, click on the “Create an asset or inventory record” title to expand it.
After that, continue to populate the necessary or required fields with more dynamic content. For example:
Once that’s done, save the entire flow set up, then let it run.
If needed, you can of course add further steps in the workflow.